Tag Archives: Faith

As I Thought to Myself

https://youtu.be/IpS3nP_XfZs By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Jerry Wierwille"] Faith is trust. It is having confidence in something and viewing it as reliable and certain. Therefore, how we think about things and our perspective toward them significantly affects our trust in them. We will see from the Scriptures that the way we think in our minds directly influences our trust.…
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Honesty

2 Peter 1:2. Grace and peace be multiplied to you in the knowledge of God and of Jesus our Lord. “Grace” and “peace” are part of the greetings in every church Epistle. Grace is God’s divine favor, His kindness, His blessings as a free gift; and peace is tranquility, freedom from disturbance. These blessings can…
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James Two

https://youtu.be/C85r296tpMk By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="John Cortright"] James chapter two continues with the context in chapter one.  The last topic covered was to be a doer of the word and not only a hearer (James 1:23-27).  Chapter two really expounds on this idea of what is a doer of the word. Chapter two emphasizes two major points:…
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New Beginnings: Strong in Faith

https://youtu.be/EPdMomlHtAI By [wbt_preacher_link preacher="Vince Finnegan"] John 1:35-42 Faith begins when we “come and see.” Luke 5:1-10 Faith grows as we do what our Lord tells us to do. Faith grows with practice. Mark 1:29-34 Peter brought Jesus to his home. Faith grows as we incorporate it into our home life, school, job, and social life.…
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Salvation Cannot Be Lost

https://youtu.be/35whnushw1E by Vince Finnegan For more information visit lhim.org The myth we bust this morning is eternal security--the doctrine that people who believe in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior cannot lose their salvation. This is also known as "once saved, always saved.” This belief has many supporters in Christianity, and the biblical evidence for…
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Perfect High Priest (Part 5 – The Conclusion)

Upon concluding this study of Jesus’ role as the High Priest as outlined in the book of Hebrews, it is evident that Jesus’ past accomplishments and present exaltation point toward future fulfillment. Though there is a present, complete perfection wrought in his redemptive victory, and even though real authority over all things has been given…
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