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Satan wants this generation to believe that it’s possible to die without faith in Jesus and still have a happy experience after death.
The name of Jesus is not a good luck charm.
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In 1 Samuel 31:12 I read… ”and they took their bodies (that’s King Saul and his sons) from the …
Well Helen, thank you so much for your question, and I know cremation stirs a lot of controversy. And you’re …
In the 28th Psalm we have God’s remnant people celebrating known deliverance. They had been in difficulty, in trial, and God had intervened and now they are praising Him for it and crying to Him that nothing might arise to hide His face, to make them insensible to His voice, that sin might not come in to mar their fellowship and communion with Him. Notice the opening verse, “Unto thee will I cry, O Lord my rock: be not silent to me: lest, if thou be silent to me, I become like them that go down into the pit.” … Read More >
Since God is in control, we don’t have to be controlling.
We need to let God break us.
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My staff and I have a question we’ve been debating over, and we hope you can clarify. When Saul asked …
You know Tami, I’ve often pondered this question myself. And to be honest, I haven’t taken the time to check …
Saul thought the kingdom was his, but David knew it was God’s.
Where we go when we are in trouble tells us a lot about who we are. When Saul was in trouble, he went to a witch. Others might turn to alcoholism, consumerism, or workaholism. When you are in a tight place, where and to whom do you turn? 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 Five Minutes With Pastor Lutzer. I’m so glad that you joined us as we are studying the invisible … Read More >