It is finished. Christ is seated at the right hand of God.
This is the kind of preaching you will not hear from pastors today!
Prosperity is not God’s stamp of approval on our lives, but neither is poverty. A person can be rich and wicked. Likewise, a person can be poor and wicked. God uses both suffering and blessing to sanctify his people.
Apart from God’s “saving grace” (found only in Christ), all people have embraced their own rebellion by casting off the righteous rule of God and his Law. Therefore, on one level, Romans 1:24-32 applies to each and every individual who has been born. However, on another level, Romans 1:24-32 also applies to collective societies and cultures down through human history. …
The most beautiful psalms and hymns were produced in the soil of suffering. *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.
Perhaps you’ve been wrestling with condemnation for years, even decades. If so, you need to listen to this!