Welcome to the start of what promises to be a compelling — if not eye-opening — couple of weeks on as John kicks off a study that has implications for you, whatever your marital status. From 1 Corinthians, the title of his study . . . Guidelines for Singleness and Marriage.
In a culture that’s hostile to biblical truth, it’s tempting to hide your faith or put on camouflage to avoid confrontation with the world. Dr. Erwin Lutzer encourages you to stand for your Christian faith with confidence and compassion in a culture that desperately needs God.
Most people wouldn’t consider themselves extraordinary. But God has been in the business of using ordinary people to do extraordinary things for thousands of years. Dr. Robert Jeffress teaches that God wants to do the same with you. It starts with discovering your unique purpose.
The disciples’ expectations often blinded them from the truth of Jesus’ teaching. They latched on to their visions of glory and triumph rather than the cross’s unthinkable message. Is that also true of you? Hear more on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg.
Described in the Bible as a wind, a dove, and a flame, the Holy Spirit is a gentle but powerful force.
Pastor Chuck Swindoll clarifies the role of the Spirit from John 16:6–14. This aspect of the triune God is there to help, comfort, restrain, bring truth, advocate, and more.
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Dr. Stanley lists out the biblical characteristics of a genuine encounter with God. The Lord wants those spiritual highs to be more than just momentary feelings for us. He desires to use such experiences in many ways to prepare us for a future that only He can see.
The Bible gives us a three-part formula describing exactly what God expects from his people. In this lesson, Dr. Tony Evans will explore that “divine imperative” and reveal what God can accomplish through us when we carry it out.