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The book of Acts shows us the light of the Gospel confronting the pagan culture of the day. This is especially clear in the courage and relentless passion of Paul and his companions as they established churches and witnessed wherever they went. In this series of messages, Pastor Lutzer helps …
What Jesus loves, the world hates; what Jesus hates, the world loves.
The book of Acts shows us the light of the gospel confronting the pagan culture of the day. This is especially clear in the courage and relentless passion of Paul … See More >
Faith does not judge God by circumstances.
The church of Jesus Christ is always tempted to compromise with the surrounding culture.
The Apostle Paul was crafted for God’s purposes. He was God’s agent who would spread the Gospel to the nations of the Earth. Yet this was not a position of grandeur and glamor. As Paul testified before all who would hear him, he was assaulted with regularity, suffering for the …
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.” Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Play On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” I’m so glad … Read More >
What if God takes us down roads we have never traveled before? What if as the result of our personal and national mismanagement of resources we were to experience a … See More >
Is our faith willing to take risks? Will our faith endure even when our daily circumstances do not improve? Encountering persecution for the sake of Christ can drive us away from prayer to the passing pleasures of sin. These two sermons challenge our short-sighted desires and encourage us to …
Christians should not judge God based on their immediate circumstances.