Teachings on “Faith”

Luther’s Personal Reformation

Martin Luther must have been born again by the Spirit and gifted Gospel-informed faith after the Ninety-five Theses and before the Heidelberg Disputation. His testimony of his breakthrough while beating on Romans 1:17 is fascinating. And the true Gospel is gloriously good news.

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The Real Reformation Day – 500 Years Ago, Today

On October 31, 2017, the Protestant world celebrated the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, commemorating the day Martin Luther’s Ninety-five Theses were posted on the church door in Wittenberg, Germany. The irony is that Martin Luther himself was not reformed at that point. A better anniversary would be today, five hundred years after the Heidelberg Disputation of April 26, 1518.

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The Fear of Yahweh

We are always in danger of becoming too casual with God. The "fear of the LORD" isn't just an OT theme; it pervades the NT, as well. It's not just for unbelievers; the gift of the New Covenant is that God puts it in the heart of believers. So, what is it?

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Contending for the Truth of the Gospel

In this age, disciples need clarity, compassion, and courage because the enemy tries to distort the Gospel – and the glory of Jesus and the salvation of His people are at stake. An expository sermon of Galatians 2, guest preaching at Antioch Community Church in Lawrence, KS.

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Why Trust the Bible?
Revised and Condensed

Faith in Jesus Christ hinges upon reliable accounts of historical events (1 Cor. 15:14-20). This booklet's facts support what our hearts believe: Jesus is a Man who really lived, who really claimed to be the Son of God, and who really died and rose back to life to prove it is true.

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