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When Paul saw the glorified Christ, he asked, “Who art thou, Lord?” The question implies much ignorance. Paul does not fully know the glorious being who stands before him, but he is certain of one thing, that He is his Master, as the word “Lord” implies. There was such a kingly majesty in the face and form of Christ that there was no mistaking His lordship. The mighty Saul of Tarsus saw at a glance that he had met the one to whom he could give his allegiance as King to rule his life. And yet Paul in after … Read More >
Christ, compared to other gods, is profoundly different—not just one of the options for worship, but the only credible choice. This powerful and insightful series affirms the uniqueness of Jesus … See More >
The cross is a great divide. Some understand the cross and find salvation, but others despise its message and suffer for their unbelief.
Today, we continue our study of “Pandemics, Plagues, and Natural Disasters: what is God saying to us?” Pastor leads us to consider the catastrophic Lisbon Earthquake of 1755 and its devastating toll, still felt in Europe to this day. We learn that we cannot always force a “silver lining” when disaster strikes, but we can relinquish control and put our trust in the unseen hand of God. 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 … Read More >
When we run from God, He disciplines us.
Is it possible to know in this life where you will spend eternity? Many who expect to enter heaven will be disappointed, discovering too late that they were mistaken. In … See More >
Long ago, being a king meant you had total authority over your people. Kings held the power of life and death, and they controlled their nation’s army. When Israel was under Roman domination, they longed for a king to free them from tyranny, a king with the power to make …
Long ago, being a king meant you had total authority over your people. Kings held the power of life and death, and they controlled their nation’s army. When Israel was … See More >