Acts 20:24. Why is the gospel “good news”? Is it true that someone can be saved in a moment of faith, without works? What does a person really have to do to be saved? Isn’t “just believing” too easy? As we consider the astounding, pure gospel of grace afresh it deeply encourages us in our […]
Acts 2:1-4. The focus of Pentecost (Acts 2) was a spiritual baptism into the body of Christ and the birth of the church. However, with so much varying teaching today on the Holy Spirit, the gift, the second Baptism and speaking in tongues, we need to clear on what these terms really mean. This sermon […]
Acts 20:24, 1 Cor 2:12, Eph 2:8. The good news regarding Christ and salvation is called the gospel (good news) of grace. It is grace that determines and defines the gospel. Without grace there is no gospel, there is no good news and there is no salvation. So what is grace? How can a person […]
Acts 2:1-10. Lev 23:15-20. It’s remarkable to consider that the Jewish Feasts provide a prophetic key or timeline to The Works of Christ. The Spring Feasts foreshadowed His 1st Coming and The Autumn feasts His 2nd. In this study, we explore the fulfillment of The Feast of Pentecost with the coming of The Holy Spirit […]
Acts 28:1-31. After being shipwrecked and wintering on the island of Malta, Paul and the crew finally make it to Rome, where Paul is seen ministering and teaching at the close of the book. How inspiring this is for us all to consider the plan of God and the opportunities afforded us.