The spiritual battle of this generation may be won or lost. But even if we are to lose, we can spend our lives in such a way that we position future generations for victory.
No matter how noble and sanctified an individual Christian may be, it remains true that nothing is more effective in causing their heart to long for the life to come such as suffering and sin.
Watch this sermon clip by Pastor Joel as he shares that it is only when we come to love God, by His grace, that we begin to plead not only for pardon and forgiveness, but for total transformation.
Under the New Covenant, the will of God is written not just on tablets of stone, but on the minds and hearts of all God’s people. God not only replaces shadows with substance, but he also takes that substance and places it within his people; God writes it on our hearts. In other words, God does not merely lay his …
Christ does not promise comfort and ease in this life. He does not promise us marriage, children, or health. What Christ does promise is forgiveness of sins, freedom from God’s wrath, adoption as His children, and eternal life. Is this not enough hope for you?
In this video, Pastor Joel gives clear battle plans to his congregation in Georgetown, Texas, right after the fall of Roe.