salvation

Responses to Questions: Part 18

Responses to Questions: Part 18
  1. If a man was saved but then commits suicide, is he still saved?

  2. Can you pray and intercede on behalf of someone who has passed?

  3. Please help me understand 1 John 3:9. I sin every day.

Passing Through the Waters (1 Peter 3:18-22)

Passing Through the Waters (1 Peter 3:18-22)

The Bible is saturated with water. We scene skip through 5 moments when water plays a huge role in what God is doing…..and then ask what all this has to do with Jesus and with our baptism, in the moment and in the after-effects.

Responses to Questions: Part 6

Responses to Questions: Part 6

We tackle the following questions:

  1. If it were not for your faith in the Bible, then what other convincing reasons do you have for why it is unwise or wrong to live together with a partner without being married first?

  2. What is grace?

  3. What is faith?

  4. What does Paul mean when, in Romans, he speaks of “saving faith”?

Four Pictures of Redeeming Grace (Psalm 107:1-9)

Four Pictures of Redeeming Grace (Psalm 107:1-9)

Psalm 107 gives us four pictures that capture our experience of lostness and brokenness until God intervened: Desert Wanderers, Guilt-Bound Prisoners, ......

Law or No Law? (John 14:21-23)

Law or No Law? (John 14:21-23)

The dangers of both legalism (salvation by law) and antinomianism (throwing law out completely)

Deliberate Sin (Hebrews 10:26-35)

Deliberate Sin (Hebrews 10:26-35)

We know that we can never reach a point where we say we have no sin. Such a claim would be self-deceiving. However, the Bible establishes another category for "deliberate sin" in the life of a follower of Christ. Hebrews 10 uses some convicting language as a wake-up call to what we are in reality doing when we deliberately choose sin. 

Redemption Songs (Revelation 15:1-4)

Redemption Songs (Revelation 15:1-4)

A tour through some salvation stories in the Scriptures that show us why singing praises is a celebration of what God has done

An Appeal Through Resurrection (1 Peter 3:21)

An Appeal Through Resurrection (1 Peter 3:21)

We explore the Bible's presentation of baptism as a confession, a statement of repentance, a prayer to God for a clean conscience, and as a participation in the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus.

Body Language 1 (Psalm 110:1-7)

Body Language 1 (Psalm 110:1-7)

What do a violent account from Samson's life, Psalm 110, and the vision of the church in Ephesians all have in common?