What should you do if your pastor starts introducing doctrinal error, begins embracing dangerous, damning theology? How tolerant should you be? What can you learn from how Jesus approached false teaching and false teachers?
Pastor Greg Laurie says the measure of a person’s character is what he does when no one’s looking. And Friday on A NEW BEGINNING, he brings us a study of character in action as we look at the lives of four courageous Hebrew men in the Old Testament. Tune in for good encouragement!
1) Could you explain why you left the Presbyterian church?
2) What is the difference between the Temple and the Synagogue?
3) Why did the Israelites cry out for meat to eat when they had all their sheep and cattle?
4) What Old Testament scriptures were fulfilled through Jesus’ resurrection?
5) Was . . .
They were with Jesus before His birth and will remain with Him for eternity in heaven. God uniquely blessed angels among all created beings! Dr. David Jeremiah reflects on the profound relationship that has always existed between the heavenly host and the Son of God.
Immediately after one of Peter’s highpoints while following Jesus, Peter immediately sunk into one of his low points. He accepted Jesus’ identity but refused to accept Jesus’ plan.
Jesus met this refusal with a swift rebuke—so strong that He called Peter Satan. Wow!
Listen in to Pastor Chuck . . .