Does the Book of Revelation Have Divine Authority?

Does the Book of Revelation Have Divine Authority?

The first few words of verse 1 are crucial as well as not just a bit controversial. The crucial part is that the words of Revelation are characterized as more than divinely inspired; they are divinely given. Let me explain what I mean. Since Christians tend to be primarily focused on the New Testament, then

God’s Sovereignty & Man’s Free-Will

God’s Sovereignty & Man’s Free-Will

tonight our study is going to be on the topic of God’s sovereignty and man’s free will not or but and man’s free will and this is one of those topics yet again that we continue to hear debated more than discussed and it has and continues to divide the church and divide many Christians

Male and Female, God’s Design

Male and Female, God’s Design

tonight please join me in a word of Prayer loving Heavenly Father thank You and I pray Lord that You would just go before us now in the strength of Your might and bless this teaching this word that You have provided for Your people and do so in a way that moves all of

Why Can Christians Eat Pork?

Why Can Christians Eat Pork?

It is a well-known fact that Jews have a lot dietary laws, and are not allowed to eat the following: Among other things – we will look at these in another video- Christians on the other hand seem to be able to eat near enough anything despite the fact the roots of Christianity come directly

Was Christianity Just the “Winner” Among Many Competing Religious Claims?

Was Christianity Just the “Winner” Among Many Competing Religious Claims?

These are quotes of professors that are teaching right now, popular professors, okay. People might not know their names, but you can see them when you have Easter and Christmas and you have these specials these are the people that they’re going to have and they’re going to interview, okay. Here’s a fellow by the

Were the Disciples Called Christians? (PART 2 of 2)

Were the Disciples Called Christians? (PART 2 of 2)

Let me begin by explaining that as more and more people are beginning to understand, our Messiah was not called Jesus at the time of His birth because Jesus is an English word, and English wasn’t even invented until centuries and centuries later. Because He was Hebrew, he naturally was given a Hebrew name at

Keeping the Divine Timetable (John 7:1-13)

Keeping the Divine Timetable (John 7:1-13)

Well, we finished the sixth chapter of John. Hate to see it go. It passes on now into history, and I hope we’ll find a permanent place in your memory, and the Lord will use it to serve you well in the future. But we now arrive at chapter 7 of the Gospel of John,

Jesus for the non religious - Retired bishop John Spong on religion.

Jesus for the non religious – Retired bishop John Spong on religion.

he's never shied away from controversy former anglican bishop john spawn the american theologians books have sold more than a million copies to some he's a visionary who wants to reform christianity but to others he's a heretic how to destroy the church his latest book is called Jesus for the non-religious I want to

Act on a Moment of Faith

Act on a Moment of Faith

hallelujah this blessed day let us praise the Lord with the Thanksgiving today's sermon is acting on a moment of faith but first we offer to praise songs to God of creation page 89 my delight father you are my portion in this life and you are my hope and my love and I love

St Peter and St Paul: Moving the Needle in Having Faith

St Peter and St Paul: Moving the Needle in Having Faith

but without faith it is impossible to please God in the name of the Father the Son of the Holy Ghost amen and this great feast of Saint Peter and Paul were reminded about the virtue of faith and don't forget if you have a rosary blessed by the Roman pontiff if you pray on