Tag: Sanctification

Does open-air preaching push people further away from God?

I say amen, but may I add this. That word “dead” in trespasses’ (in Eph 2:4-5) comes from the Greek work ‘nekrós’ (νεκρός), it is an adjective. By short definition this ‘nekrós’ means that before a person was saved (born-again), they were ‘metaphorically and spiritually’ DEAD, dead as a corpse in a graveyard. They are

The Thin Blue Line vs the Thin Theological Line

The Thin Blue Line vs the Thin Theological Line Whenever a ‘professing’ Christian frequently and consistently talks more about his sin(s), that he was allegedly “set free” from, that is always a red flag to me. When they constantly say “I used to do this,” or “I used to do that;” there’s a good chance they

Video teaching on the Epistle of Jude vs 17-23, by Bill Rhetts (a parallel of law enforcements ‘escalation of force’ to verses 22-23, and Gods hatred for…)

In this study through Jude, this teaching includes the following (including but not limited to) ~ The predictions of the Apostles The Jude-2 Peter ‘parallel passages’ Comparing law enforcements ‘escalation of force’ to verses 22-23 More on scoffers & mockers The High school student that once mocked me A command to be holy, to be

A 90-second video on ‘Christians Swearing?’ by WWUTT

When a professed Christian uses profanity, it is an affront to a Holy God, as well as a terrible witness. If you profess to be a Christian, but practice profanity, then I encourage you to “Test yourselves to see if you are in the faith; examine yourselves! Or do you not recognize this about yourselves,