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We serve a God who understands our suffering.
Our salvation starts with the Trinity. The Father chose us. The Son redeemed us. The Spirit sealed us.
In the Upper Room on the last night before facing the cross, Jesus poured out His heart to His disciples, teaching them (and us) how to live in the love of God. Why? Because living in the love of God is what we were made for—it’s everything.
Jesus’ words in the last half of John 14, are some of the most tender words in all the Scriptures, but are notoriously difficult to outline. Pastor Miller steers us through these passages from three angles: our love of God, God’s love of us, and the life of love. Then he reminds us that the Spirit enables through us what the Son commands of us so that the Father delights in us.
Many of us know the pain of abandonment and rejection. Yet Jesus Himself faced the silence of God in a way we cannot fully understand. Pastor Lutzer contemplates the amazing love of God at the most excruciating moment in all of time. How could Jesus’ death in our place accomplish God’s plan of reconciliation? Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Podcasts On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” Thank you again for joining … Read More >
Now I am going to ask your attention to that tremendous theme, the Holy Trinity, and I am going to read, not exactly as a text but as a starting point, the most frequently quoted text in the Bible. I do not think there can be any question as to what that text is. In tens of thousands of churches in this and other lands all over the world, two or three or more times every Lord’s Day and uncounted thousands of times at week night services, this text is quoted. It is the last verse of the 13th chapter … Read More >
Those who believe in the Son are invited to participate in the relationship of the Trinity.
Before time began, God knew you, loved you, and chose you. He set His affections upon you, and purposed that you would be his child, that you would be with Him, holy and blameless.
It’s always a bad idea to rebel against God, because at the end of the day, God will always win.
If a follower of Christ backslides, does that mean they no longer belong to God? Like rebellious sheep, we can wander away from the fold. Pastor Lutzer provides three compelling reasons why we can make it home to the Good Shepherd. Belonging to the Lord is the greatest privilege imaginable so let’s listen for His voice. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Podcasts On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” Thanks for joining … Read More >
All the members of the Trinity were involved in the death of Christ on the cross. When Jesus cried out, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?,” it revealed a dramatic mystery. Pastor Lutzer reflects on the wonder of the darkness and the question itself. What happened when the Father turned His back on the Son? Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On our Podcast via iTunes and Google Podcasts On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to “5 Minutes with Pastor Lutzer.” If … Read More >