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Christ Did NOT Die For Victims

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 1:15
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Justification, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Christ didn’t die for victims. Christ didn’t die for pretty good people. Christ didn’t die for well meaning people who merely lost their way due to bad circumstances. On the contrary, Christ died for sinners, of which I am the foremost.

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What’s The Most Common Example Of Spiritual Abuse Committed By Pastors?

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Scripture: Luke 19:1-10Matthew 3:7-10
Topics: Church Discipline, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When an elder, deacon, or member of a church is caught in sin, there is one incredibly common method of dealing with that sin that Scripture clearly condemns as spiritual abuse. Sadly, although this abusive method is condemned, pastors still do it all the time.

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Does Jesus’ Parable About Wheat & Tares Contradict Excommunication?

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Scripture: Matthew 13Matthew 18
Topics: Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, False Doctrine, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Do we cast out false teachers or do we listen to Jesus when he says not to worry about separating the wheat and tares, that his angel will do it when the harvest comes?

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The Weekly Essentials | 04-08-2022

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Scripture: Genesis 1:1-31
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Contributor: Right Response Staff

Right Response Ministries has produced hundreds of high-quality videos/podcasts. So for your convenience, every Friday we provide a list of our top five videos for the week. Each of these videos are personally selected by Pastor Joel Webbon. He has insisted that we not merely highlight our most popular content, but the content that he believes is most vital for …

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We Sin Because We’re Sinners

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Scripture: Psalm 51
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Sin, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

We are not sinners because we sin, rather, we sin because we are sinners.

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Confessing Our Sin | Not “INFORMING” God, But “AGREEING” With God

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Scripture: Psalm 51
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Justification, Church Discipline, Church Discipline, Gospel, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When Christians confess their sin, they are not “informing” God of their sin, but “agreeing” with God regarding what he says about the severity of their sin.

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The Truth About “Big Eva” Is Being Revealed

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Scripture: Psalm 63
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confrontation, Wisdom & Discernment, Contributor: Joel Webbon

The past couple years have been used in God’s providence to reveal the true character of many of our evangelical leaders. As it turns out, godly men are in short supply.

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America’s Fate: The Rise & Fall of Empires

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Scripture: Psalm 86
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confrontation, Wisdom & Discernment, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Justification, False Doctrine, False Doctrine, Doctrine of Sin, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Eschatology, Contributor: Joel Webbon

God sovereignly determines the boundaries of nations, as well as their lifespan. Throughout history, the average lifespan of national empires has been approximately 250 years. From the Assyrian Empire to the Ottoman Empire, each appears to follow the same trend: 1) The Age of Pioneers, 2) The Age of Conquests, 3) The Age of Commerce, 4) The Age of Affluence, …

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Should Christians Return To Their Old Church Now That They’re Gathering?

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Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 2:4Deuteronomy 8:2
Topics: Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Guilt & Shame, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Faith & Hope, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confession & Repentance, Confrontation, Wisdom & Discernment, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Confession & Repentance, Culture & Politics, Humility, Wisdom & Discernment, Contributor: Right Response Staff

Many Christians were forcibly displaced due to their pastor’s decision to close their church doors in compliance with the government lockdowns. However, now that most of the country has gotten the vaccine, the vast majority of churches have opened back up. Are Christians obligated to return to their old churches? Is it wrong if a Christian determines that their pastor’s …