Most people self-grade their Christian walk, but the real truth lies in our real life results. Here in this lecture, Pete Orta is forcing the audience to not evaluate what they know about the Bible, but how effective their knowledge is in the heat of battle. Enjoy!
While expressing his concerns for those he loved, Paul, forces us to examine our Christian walk with two questions. One of the questions is, where is our own “deep sorrow” that we see Paul carry? And the following question that should come to mind is, why doesn’t our concern for those who are lost around…
How effective is your version of Christianity? You might not want to answer this question until you’ve heard these thoughts from 2 Peter 1:3-15.
In Romans 8:31-35, Paul enforces the faith in our salvation by calling us Super Conquerors. The understanding of this title takes our Christianity to an entirely new level—a level that we need to live the life of a spiritual champion. But why are so many believers struggling to end the day in victory? Well, listen…
In Romans 8:31-35, Paul fires seven questions at the church of Rome in order to shut down any doubt that the Holy Spirit has secured their salvation.
Romans 8:26-30 gives us some insight on how the Holy Spirit operates in our daily lives. And no matter what circumstance may arise, that our Advocate ensures that everything that happens works together for good, for those who are called according to His purpose.
Well, I’ve learned a few things while continuing to push through this life. One of them being to never bask in your own success for very long. It’s unhealthy. You end up declining as a person by ignoring your weaknesses. Don’t get me wrong, it’s very tempting to continue living in the House that Praise…
Romans 8:18-25 gives us another perspective on suffering through the lens of creation.
By the Spirit of adoption we are granted the opportunity to call God, “Abba! Father!”—provided we suffer with Christ in order that we may also be glorified with Him. Enjoy a beautiful commentary on Romans 8:12-17
By the Spirit of God we are given the power to put to death our body of sin—and because of this we are forever in His debt. Enjoy a beautiful commentary on Romans 8:12-17