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No instructed Christian can help acknowledging the power of the Lord to heal the body as well as to save the soul. He who credits the miracles of the New Testament, as every sincere Christian must, necessarily recognizes the healing power of God. It is not, therefore, my desire to discuss the possibility of physical healing in answer to prayer nor the reality of many apparent miracles of healing in our own day in connection with the ministry of certain preachers, both male and female, who give a large place to this particular phase of things in their public work … Read More >
A faith that can’t be tested is a faith that can’t really be trusted.
Whether shattered or fulfilled, whether small or large, whether past or present, dreams invite you to live life to its fullest. But what is God’s perspective?No story can … See More >
Joseph was a man of faith. Though sold into slavery and imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, Joseph always trusted God and held to the promises He had … See More >
Faith does not judge God by circumstances.
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 …
If the trials and prisons of life take us into the darkest times of our lives, God is with us. He will never abandon us.
The role of the pastor is often complicated by problematic issues that must be handled gracefully, effectively, and sometimes publicly. Well-known pastor and conference speaker Erwin Lutzer offers practical advice … See More >
Throughout history, human nature has always tended to seek God during difficult times and forsake him in times of blessing. In this series of messages, Dr. Erwin Lutzer looks at … 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 …