February 4th, 2019 | 57 mins 50 secs
bible interpretations, bible studies, christians, couples, grace, men, millennials, seekers, seminary, theology, women, worship
Did all sacrifices cease after Jesus offered up his own life as a one time atonement for our sins, or are there any sacrifices still relevant today in the Christian faith? Based on Hebrews 13:15-16 not only are they relevant, but they have been prescribed for us to continue to offer up, and according to verse 16, "God is well pleased by them."
October 26th, 2018 | 1 hr 12 mins
christ's bride, christian leaders, christians, church, citizens of heaven, compassion, culpability, division, fear, forgiveness, love, peace, pentecost, politics, saviour, tower of babel
Episode 14: "The Tower of Babel, Pentecost & Forgiveness"
As many of you already know that in the last four days (beginning on Tuesday, October 23rd, of this week) 14 pipe bombs delivered to 11 political targets were discovered. This Episode intentionally comes on the heels of the assassination attempts of high ranking political figures, both past and present, including two former Presidents of the United States. Even though the guilty person(s) who committed these detestable acts will have no one else to blame but themselves, does that excuse all others who have contributed to creating a climate of hatred and division in this country from culpability. Especially those who claim Jesus as saviour?
October 8th, 2018 | 1 hr 27 mins
christians, church leaders, churches, deception, evangelicals, faith, grace, home church, pastors, the law, tithing
Under a Covenant of Grace are we still bound by a 10% tithe or did that become obsolete with the fading away of the first Covenant under the Law? And what about church buildings? Are they really to be considered as being the same for us under a Covenant of Grace as the "store house" in Malachi 10 that the tithes, under the first Covenant, were to be brought into?