There are at least three benefits possessed by Christians today that Old Testament saints did not have.
The 1st Century Church was not the spiritual heyday of Christianity. We have not been on a steady decline for the past 2,000 years. *The title of this clip comes from my friend Brian Sauve.
Was the Early Church being tyrannical towards its members when it “met daily” (Acts 2:46)? Should churches still do this today? Or was this simply a temporary aspect of the inauguration of the Kingdom?
In this short video, Pastor Joel Webbon explains the meaning of King Nebuchadnezzar’s dream in Daniel 2, particularly the 4th Kingdom made of iron/clay and the 5th kingdom of the stone that grows into a mountain.
Postmil is not about improvement in one nation over the past 50 years, it’s about overall improvement in the world as a whole over the past 2,000 years. America is in apostasy. It will either repent or be destroyed. In either case, Postmil is just fine. We must pray for America’s repentance, but it is imperative that American Christians understand …
All throughout Scripture, men and women are commended for their faith. Some experienced victory, others experienced crushing defeat. God sovereignly determined the temporal results of their faith, but everyone who had faith was commended regardless of the outcome.
The greatest hindrance to Christians overcoming evil in this world is our own unconfessed sin.
Christ’s kingdom is not isolated to some ethereal plane in the seventeenth dimension. Christ is King of earthly kings and Lord of earthly lords. His kingdom is here.
Neutrality is a myth. If a government is not Christian, it is wicked.
So why was the Jews’ desire for salvation so far off from God’s plan? Because they did not recognize their truest need. We all want salvation from something, but is that something the same thing that Jesus came to save us from? It is true that Jesus is the King of Righteousness, and therefore, he came to save us from …