Gary Wilkerson and Joshua West explore the end times, Israel, and how believers should approach apocalyptic portions of scripture.
Many of us struggle with problems that have such a grip on us that we feel like we’ll never shake them off, so how do we find freedom?
Bill Wilson was a polite young man on the verge of getting shipped off to France for World War I. He was invited to a party before being deployed where someone handed him his first cocktail. He took one sip, and the rest was history.
Once a woman named Celeste Horvath was New York’s most notorious madam, running a prostitution ring that catered to some of the nation’s most famous men. Celeste had grown up in a Pentecostal home, and her praying grandmother had prophesied over her, “You’re going to be an evangelist.”
Putting on our new self is really important for Christians. It will affect the way we live our lives. It will affect the way that we receive the redemptive power of Jesus Christ. It has an impact on every aspect of our lives. Putting on the new self is the way to live out that new life that God gives us.
This is critical because it shows that a real meeting with God has taken place and the transformation of our hearts has begun.
For nothing will be impossible with God.
In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace which He made to abound toward us in all wisdom and prudence.
Chris Palmer joins Gary Wilkerson to discuss the importance of not playing favorites with the persons of the Trinity.
I have blotted out your transgressions like a cloud and your sins like mist; return to me, for I have redeemed you.