Resources About Easter
Political correctness is destroying both Europe and America! In 2000, my wife Rebecca and I had the privilege of enjoying the Passion Play in Germany. Recently we returned for this summer’s repeat performance. The Passion Play has been performed in Oberammergau since 1633, when the residents promised to put on a play about Jesus every 10 years if God would rid them of the plague. The plague ended, and their promise has been kept. Today the famous play attracts visitors from all over the world. But there is a problem. The directors of the play have bowed to political correctness … Read More >
“Were you there when they crucified my Lord?” The obvious answer to this question is no, since the crucifixion took place centuries ago. However, Pastor Lutzer argues that we indeed … See More >
In this series of messages, Pastor Lutzer shows us what Jesus endured for us. From His betrayal by Judas to the injustice of His trial, from the agony of His … See More >
We should celebrate Christianity all of the time: when times are good, bad, and even when evil comes our way.
Many have tried, but you cannot keep God in the tomb.
Great truths that are stumbling-blocks to the natural man are nevertheless the very foundations upon which the confidence of the spiritual man is built, for “faith gives the assurance of that for which we hope, and convinces us of the reality of the unseen.” Of course, this is only true when our hopes are based upon the testimony of the Word of God. That Word is forever settled in heaven, and, like God who gave it, the Word is unshakable. Men may cavil or quibble regarding its teachings, but “what if some did not believe? Shall their unbelief make … Read More >
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Why does the Bible refer to Jesus as the Son of Man?
Good question on your part there, Kyle. Jesus liked to refer to Himself as the Son of Man.
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The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, a historical fact verified by a wealth of evidence, lies at the very core of what we believe. These messages, preached by Pastor Lutzer over … See More >
We should all question, “Is it I, Lord?” Do we really belong to Jesus?
An Address on Psalm 18 This is another of the Psalms of David which undoubtedly sets before us in a very wonderful way some personal experiences which he passed through during those dark and difficult years when he was hunted by King Saul like a partridge on the mountains, when at times he despaired of his own life, and became so discouraged that he felt there was no help for him; but eventually in his greatest distress he looked up and realized that God was for him. But while this Psalm, like so many others, sets forth experiences that David … Read More >