Today's Broadcast//October 15
Our words are incredibly powerful and can do a lot of damage. Pastor J.D. reminds us that the words we choose can either wound, or they can heal.
Jesus made it clear that it’s possible to call yourself a Christian and believe all the right things, but not truly be saved. So what’s the difference between knowing about Jesus and knowing him?
Even in Christian circles, the subject of sin tends to get glossed over. But Pastor J.D. explains that the way we think about our sin is a crucial sign of where we stand with God.
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Sin is usually an uncomfortable subject. But the way you think about your own sinfulness can actually give you assurance of your salvation!
Usually, our deepest beliefs are based on the things we’ve experienced, not on philosophic reasoning. But is it possible to really experience God if you can’t see him?
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The first disciples believed in Jesus because of the miracles they witnessed. But how can we in the 21st century have that same experience and the same level of assurance?
Everyone’s conversion story is different. Some people grew up in church and have always believed. Others had a dramatic conversion later in life. Are both those experiences valid? Or is there a specific formula you need to follow?
Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to lose your salvation? Or why some people who seem to be saved later walk away from God?
Do you know any “zombie Christians,” who look and act like they’re saved but are only going through the motions? Pastor J.D. explains the vital signs that reveal whether or not you’ve been born again.
Christians might be “in the world” and not “of it,” but we’re still impacted by our consumerist culture! But what works in the marketplace doesn’t work in the church.
What does the Bible mean when it says believers are dead to sin? Does it mean that Christians never mess up?