Resources About Repentance
Idolatry is willful self-deception.
My subject this morning is “Losing,” and my text is a part of the third verse of the second chapter of the second letter to the Thessalonians: “For that day shall not come except there come a falling away first.” There are also four or five verses in the eighth chapter of Jeremiah that I want to use as a backbone of the things I wish to say to you. I want to show how we “lose out”; how we “fall away.” I want to talk very tenderly—as tenderly as I know how, by the power of … Read More >
Ask Pastor Lutzer
I have listened to your Running to Win broadcasts for several years and recently heard your series that dealt with …
Well my friend, what a lifestyle you have lived and what a predicament you are in.
One thing you need …
We keep remembering the sins that God has chosen to forget.
Many Christians become so discouraged because of their sins and failures that they give up on ever having fellowship with God again. They also fear that their broken relationships will … See More >
All of us have made decisions we’ve regretted. Some of our bad choices had few negative consequences; others have determined the direction of our lives. These messages give hope and help to those who believe they are trapped by a bad decision with ongoing consequences. Through example and Scripture …
We will always be covetous as long as we possess.
Judas gave us a glimpse of human nature without restraints, without the intervention of God’s grace, and without repentance.
God can forgive us, even if no one else does.
Everyone is familiar with the cycle: We decide to break a bad habit once and for all. We may even experience some short-term success. Yet almost inevitably, we fall back … See More >