When viewed from the perspective of history Jesus Christ is surely the most influential person who has ever lived …
We cannot understand the mercy of God except against the dark background of the wrath of God.
Those who compromise the Gospel are devoting themselves to destruction. They will be judged in the afterlife.
The Apostle Paul had the greatest mind of any who ever lived. His intellectual powers surpassed Plato.
Time is short. You do not know what tomorrow brings. If you reject God’s mercy through Jesus Christ you will die in your sins. Do not delay in being wise …
The so-called paradise promoted by the Jehovah’s Witnesses is a hell on earth …
Suppose that when the Philippian jailer asked Paul what he must do to be saved, Paul had said, “Be diligent in your present religion, whatever it is.”
Ministers of the Gospel are to proclaim to sinners the terms of mercy God has established through Jesus Christ, and show them the way to reconciliation with Him ….
HISTORICALLY, CALVINISTS HAVE BEEN THE HARDEST-WORKING AND MOST EFFECTIVE EVANGELISTS IN ALL CHRISTENDOM
A man in Texas accused and convicted of murder, said to the judge, “I was predestined from all eternity to do it.” To whom the judge replied, “So be it, then I was predestined from all eternity to order you to be hanged by the neck, which I now do.”
Reformed theologians have generally agreed that the Holy Spirit applies the blessings and benefits of Christ in this order: effectual calling and regeneration, faith and repentance, justification, adoption, sanctification, and glorification.
LAW & GRACE – PART 3: LESS THAN 1% OF PROFESSING CHRISTIANS CAN QUOTE THE TEN COMMANDMENTS FROM MEMORY
The Ten Commandments is a “schoolmaster” that shows us our need for Jesus Christ, the Savior who can deliver us from the Law’s curse…
LAW & GRACE – PART 2: MAN HAS CURE FOR CANCEROUS DISEASE; HOWEVER, THOSE INFECTED ARE UNCONVINCED THEY HAVE THE ILLNESS
Before the Gospel can be understood by men as “good news,” they must hear the bad news
82% of Americans believe themselves to be Christian, yet have less influence on culture than any other time in history.
Jesus Christ came to seek and save sinners like you and me …
Hear D. James Kennedy present the Gospel message in 90 seconds