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On the night of Jesus’ betrayal, Peter boasted too much, prayed too little, acted too soon, followed too far, and thought too late.
Grace is unaffected by the degree of our sin.
The book of Galatians is about the freedom believers have in Christ. Pastor Wiersbe reminds us that we are saved by grace alone. The Christian life must be lived the same way it started—by grace. Lay hold of the freedom Christ has given us!
Who was Jesus? In this brief series of messages Pastor Lutzer helps us understand incidents in the life of Jesus that are either overlooked or misunderstood. The cleansing of the … See More >
These messages from Romans 8 probe the depths of Paul’s theology, with the intention of helping us grasp the blessings God has for those who believe on Christ. In … See More >
God is the God of all grace.
The Law reveals the holiness of God and our need for His grace.
The Book of Ephesians is full of truths about salvation, grace, and the Christian life. Believers have been given many blessings, and in Him we have all that we need. After describing our blessings in Christ, Pastor Wiersbe explains what these truths mean for our life.
“Someone has said that when you have nothing left but God, you realize that God is enough. God had stood beside me when no one else wanted me. He was … See More >
Jesus was not a feminist in the contemporary sense of the word, but He was ahead of His time in elevating and encouraging women. Rumors that He was married to … See More >