The Great Tribulation is filled with dramatic events … from God’s judgments, to Satan’s demonic attacks, to the rise of the antichrist. But all of these events are simply a prelude to something greater. Dr. Robert Jeffress teaches on the most important event in human history.
Lessons from Psalms 82—84 include: Any time you pass judgment on a person you stand in the position of God. The only way this world is going to know that God is God is for Him to move in judgment. Not one sparrow falls to the ground without the Father seeing it.
In Luke 11, Jesus’ disciples came to Him and asked Him how to pray. Jesus, being the great Teacher, recognized that their request was an important one. He immediately gave them a model prayer to follow.
Slavery is one of the most horrible human tragedies imaginable. Yet many who think they are free are unknowingly bound by the shackles of sin.
The apostle Paul wrote to believers who continued to live as slaves, and in Romans 6:1–5, he demonstrated that believers in Jesus Christ not only are . . .
Reading about the world’s atrocities may tempt you to wonder where God is and why He doesn’t seem to care. Listen to Truth For Life as Alistair Begg teaches you what to do when God’s timing and tolerance for wickedness don’t appear to match your own.
Even if you’re a Christian, you’re not immune from fear and anxiety. And if there’s one area that could tempt you to worry, it’s this: your salvation. Are you truly saved from your sins? How can you know for sure?
If you’ve ever celebrated someone’s misfortune, whether it’s a celebrity’s fall from stardom or a coworker’s failure to advance, you’ve missed the mark on showing love. Dr. David Jeremiah returns to 1 Corinthians 13 to explain what it means that “love does not rejoice in unrighteousness.”
Hunger for justice is a godly quality. But so is mercy. In this message, Dr. Tony Evans will explain how Jesus struck a healthy balance between the two without looking for loopholes or caving in to compromise.