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Information on developing a discerning eye in our own lives—choosing what is good and honorable and pleasing to the Lord.

Sermon Series

Who Are You To Judge?

Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness—the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must make careful judgments regarding prophets, doctrines, values, and lifestyles.

Sermon

A Discerning Heart

Judas gave us a glimpse of human nature without restraints, without the intervention of God’s grace, and without repentance.

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Book

Who Are You To Judge?

This volume reminds readers that truth is important and that real truth is not merely a matter of individual opinion. Lutzer explains that it is the responsibility of church members … See More >

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CD Series

Hitler's Cross

The revealing story of how Hitler gained control of the church in Germany, as seen through the lens of Scripture. Applications are made to our present spiritual crisis. See More >

Sermon

Just Let God Lead

God’s will for our lives is usually quite clear through His Word. 

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Book

Seven Convincing Miracles

Exploring the seven miracles recorded in the book of John, pastor and author Erwin Lutzer describes the wonders that characterized Jesus’ life on earth. Each chapter offers special teaching on … See More >

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Book

Oprah, Miracles, And The New Earth

When the world’s most powerful celebrity (according to Forbes magazine) personally teaches a course on miracles, millions will join her class including many believers. What will happen when the … See More >

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CD Series

Who Are You To Judge?

Our present culture believes in the icon of permissiveness, the deeply held conviction that tolerance is the same as love. However, the Bible teaches that we must discriminate; we must … See More >

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