What does it look like for Christians to be involved in government despite increasing corruption? In this episode, Pastor Lutzer draws from the book of Acts to consider the point at which we lay aside our expectation of deliverance from corrupt leaders and choose rather to pray for boldness "to preach the word of God without fear."
Does God involve Himself in the political affairs of humankind? Today, in part 3 of "God and the Nations" we seek an answer to this question from scripture and what we find there is at once a profound mystery and an enduring comfort.
Around the world today, nations are populated by the descendants of the scattered people of Babel. In this episode, Pastor Lutzer walks us through the origin of the nations, the reason God scattered the people, and finally, we get a hint of God’s purpose for it all—the end to which all of history is marching, when every nation shall be gathered in His name.
In this new series, titled, "God and the Nations" we apply Jeremiah 29 to our current times and discuss what it would look like to seek the welfare of the United States and pray to the Lord on it's behalf. In this episode, we use the prayer from Daniel 9 as a guide to approach God's throne with both desperation and humility in the midst of uncertain times.
God wants our whole heart, as Abraham learned in Genesis 22. Here we see the foretelling of Calvary with one major difference. There was a rescue for Isaac, but not one for Jesus. Jesus went the whole way, laying down His life for sinners like you and me. Let's consider this profound truth together in the last episode in our series on the life of Abraham.
Looking again at the pivotal moment of Abraham's great testing, we examine the depth of Abraham's trust and the symbolic significance of his unknowingly prophetic words, that God himself would provide the lamb for sacrifice. Where have you placed your trust today?
Today we examine the great testing of Abraham's faith in Genesis 22. This seemingly unthinkable story from the life of Abraham reveals the merciful heart of God and offers a veiled glimpse of the promised future salvation—a redeeming sacrifice.
In today's episode of "5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer" we look again at Abraham's nephew, Lot. We glean from the Apostle Peter's commentary on Lot's experience and we learn that when we turn our hearts from God, "we do not stop loving, we merely go on to love other things."
Today we take a hard look at the downward spiral of repercussions Lot had to face for his selfish choices. We must heed the warning and ask ourselves, "Am I making choices that will compromise my witness down the road?" Sin always brings greater loss than we bargain for.
How do we continue to trust God when His will is in opposition to our dearly held desires and expectations? Abraham was faced with exactly this question when he pleaded with God on behalf of the city of Sodom.
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