Episode 212: All good things must come to an end. This is true to the introduction to the greatest sermon ever preached by the greatest Preacher who ever lived. Tune in as I wrap-up and review the beatitudes and their significance for us and how we view Jesus.
Question of the Day: Does one need to be baptized to go to heaven?
Episode 211: It’s happening Syria. It’s happening in China. It’s happening in North Korea. Christians living under a totalitarian regime suffering for their faith. What does it really mean to suffer persecution for the sake of Christ? Tune in as I discuss what Jesus means when He says, Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness’ sake.
Episode 210: Peace is something people desire. We hate tension and hostility and try to avoid at all costs. So when Jesus says Blessed are the peacemakers, what exactly is He calling to? Tune in as I breakdown this powerful beatitude.
Question of the Day: Do you think our country is doomed because of the way things are going in our government?
Episode 208: “No-man can exhaust this verse.” So said D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones about Matthew 5.8 – Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. Tune in as I do my best to explain the meaning and significance of this short verse for Christians.
Episode 207: Who is it that cries out for mercy? The guilty! And each one of us is guilty so everyone needs mercy. Jesus explains how we can receive the mercy of God in today’s beatitude – Blessed are the merciful…Tune in as we explore this convicting statement.
Episode 204: Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied. But are we really starving for God? Are we longing for Him as though we are dying of thirst? Tune in we examine this rich text.
Episode 203: Many people have a wrong idea about what meekness is – a meek man is either a limp-wristed namby-pamby or an over-the-top oober-goober syrupy gladhander. Meekness is none of this. Tune to get a better understanding what Jesus means when He says, Blessed are the meek…
Question of the Day: Does my baby need to be baptized?