Paul was so upset that he didn't bother to begin his letter to the Galatians with the usual salutation. Instead he jumped right into the fray with all four feet! What could have upset him so greatly? Simply this---people were leading the Galatian church(s) astray about the Gospel itself! Now … [Read more...] about An Upset Apostle!
Even before he was converted on the Damascus Rd. the apostle Paul was used to evangelize the lost. ”What?” you say; “how could that be? I thought only Christians could do so.” Well, it’s true; in the providence of God the unexpected often takes place. We must not limit God. Listen to what Luke … [Read more...] about Everyone Evangelizing Everywhere
Say what you please, it all boils down to one thing. "What's that?" The fact that some of us are tired of hearing weak, feeble presentations of the gospel that sometimes come even from those we respect in other ways. "Such as?" Such as 'Take Jesus into your heart.' Show me anything comparable to … [Read more...] about The Gospel
The Book of Acts ends with Paul awaiting trial, yet preaching the Word as he could from some rented quarter: He preached God’s kingdom and taught about the Lord Jesus Christ with great boldness (parresia) . . . Acts 28: 31. There is one word that runs through the entire book of Acts. It is that … [Read more...] about PARRESIA–The Church’s Need Today!
That’s what you hear people say. But times have changed; now all people want to talk about is politics. It isn’t as popular, however, to talk about religion today—unless derogatorily. Frankly, I hope the era of excessive talk about politics will soon recede and men and women will once again talk … [Read more...] about "I Never Talk About Religion or Politics"