At the time of Jesus’ birth, the nation of Israel was asking God for salvation. For them, salvation meant liberation from the rule of the Romans. In order to receive this salvation they needed a savior. The savior they asked for was a warrior dressed for battle, but the savior they received was a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes. They …
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At the time of Jesus’ birth, the nation of Israel was asking God for salvation. For them, salvation meant liberation from the rule of the Romans. In order to receive this salvation they needed a savior. The savior they asked for was a warrior dressed for battle, but the savior they received was a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes. They wanted the fierce lion, but what they needed was the sacrificial lamb.
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How should we preach and encourage people who are facing significant challenges, such as unemployment, health issues, and other financial problems? How can we provide biblical instruction for this life, not just hope for the next life, without preaching the Prosperity Gospel?
At the level of the heart, the people of Noah’s day were no more wicked than the people of our day. But in terms of their outward deeds and behaviors, they were far worse. This is because the Law of God was not functioning properly in its 2nd Use… and because of the Nephilim.
All sin is equal, right? WRONG!
In this episode of Theology Applied, Samuel Sey (SlowToWrite) joins Pastor Joel to discuss our nation’s idolatrous worship of women.
America can either defend babies or worship women. It cannot do both. Every mother has God’s Law written on her heart. She is not ignorant, and she is not innocent.
Evangelicalism officially embraced antinomianism a long time ago. And by despising God’s Law, Evangelicalism has done something truly horrific to the Gospel
In John 11, we see that Jesus was “deeply moved in his spirit and greatly troubled.” Some have interpreted this phrase to mean that Jesus was overcome by GRIEF. This is partially true, but we must also understand this phrase to mean that Jesus was filled with ANGER. So what/who was the object of Jesus’ anger? There are actually two …
The final stage in the progression of sin is a society’s collective approval of the sinner and his perversion. However, do not be naive. Neutrality is a myth. If a society chooses to approve of sin, in order to be consistent, this society will eventually choose to condemn righteousness and all those who stand for righteousness. (Romans 1:32).
Unbelievers do not rebel against God because they are ignorant. The Bible clearly teaches that unbelievers are ignorant because of their rebellion.