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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 …
In the February issue of Moody Monthly there appeared an article entitled “The State of the Church,” written by A.W. Tozer, Billy Graham, J.O. Percy, David Otis Fuller and one or two others. The comments of these men in regard to this subject were very significant, especially Dr. Graham’s, where he asks, “Can the church recapture the faith, courage, enthusiasm, joy, love, unity, discipline, and cross-bearing that so characterized the early followers of Christ? Many doubt it—many think we have gone too far and that our minds are becoming darkened, our conscience hardened and our will paralyzed.” In Mark 9:14-29 … Read More >
During times of crisis, many may turn to atheism and renounce any underlying meaning to personal and communal suffering. What do you say in response? How do you reassure your own heart when doubts arise? In Pastor Lutzer’s experience this is more often a matter of the heart than the head. Join us today as we take an honest look at these difficult truths together. 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 … Read 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 … See 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 >
When we run from God, He disciplines us.
The cross is a great divide. Some understand the cross and find salvation, but others despise its message and suffer for their unbelief.
The people of ancient Israel were first-hand witnesses of their own divine rescue every step of the way. Regardless, when they arrived at the promised land, they responded with unbelief. God’s discipline meant that entire generation would live out the rest of their lives in the wilderness. Was God finished with them? Would he forsake His wayward people and “start fresh” with the new generation? The answer we find in today’s episode should leave us astounded with the grace of God. Join us. Here are all of the ways that you can follow along with 5 Minutes With Pastor Lutzer: On … Read More >
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 Podcasts On our Facebook page On our YouTube channel Transcript: Welcome to … Read More >
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 >