Can you see who Jesus is?
The world sees Jesus as prophet, a teacher, but ultimately they see Him as a failure because He was hung on a cross to die the death of a criminal. But the world does not see the purpose of Jesus’ death, or the fact of His bodily resurrection.
The disciples saw Jesus as the Promised King of a Promised Kingdom.
Bartimaeus was blind, but he saw Jesus as the hope of a lifetime. Once he could see he saw Jesus as his Lord and Master.
The Jews of the city of Jerusalem saw Jesus as the prophet of Nazareth of Galillee.
The Bible tells us that Jesus came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many
Listen to this podcast to learn how Jesus came to this earth to be a minister to others and to give His life as a ransom for many.
Who do you see Jesus as? I hope you see Him as the one and only path to eternal life. Jesus wants you to see Him as your Savior and Master.
What must I do to have eternal life?
Eternal life is an issue that each of us must decide how real it is, and if it is real, what we must do to have eternal life.
There are multiple religions, philosophies, and teachings, on what eternity looks like, and what a person must do to enter into it.
Must you earn it? Must you be a member of a certain religion? Is there any sin that will be unforgivable, or unpardonable, that would definitely keep you out of heaven?
Now, make no mistake about it, I firmly believe that the only true answer to this question is found in Jesus Christ. It is found in Jesus Christ and Jesus alone. There is no other way to eternal life in heaven, but through Jesus Christ.
Listen to this podcast to learn what Jesus has done, is doing, and will do, to provide you with eternal life. The answers you seek are in the Bible. The Bible is the true, the inerrant, and the Holy Spirit inspired Word of God where Jesus tells us what we must do to find eternal life in heaven.
Who is Jesus to you?
This is a question that each of us must answer, even if choosing not to answer the question is your response.
From an academic perspective, the world has debated who Jesus is for two thousand years. Is He an important religious figure? Is He a prophet, or a teacher?
But the question of Who is Jesus to you is about your personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Listen to this podcast to learn how your decision to accept or reject a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God, is the single most important question you will answer in your life. It is more important than choosing a spouse, to have kids or to not have them, or even the career choice that you make.
This single decision will determine how you will live beyond the grave. It will determine how you will spend eternity.
We live in a society that promotes acting now before it is too late. Items that we want go on sale so we rush down to the store to beat the crowd. Ads proclaim buy now while supplies last.
There is so much noise, so many offers, that we become desensitized to the messages. When companies call us on the phone we screen our calls using caller ID. We don't answer the phone hoping that they will stop calling.
God is knocking on the heart of the unbeliever. God wants everyone to be saved. Not just some elect group of people, but all people. God loves you and He wants you to have eternal life. So God knocks, and God waits. He never barges down your door. He never forces His will upon you. He just knocks and He waits.
The question is how long will God wait? Can you wait too long before God stops knocking and walks away?
Listen to this podcast to find out if a person can pass that invisible line of God's mercy to God's wrath. Can it ever be too late to accept Jesus as your Savior?
The single most important decision you will ever make in your life will be to accept or reject Jesus Christ.
The single most important prayer you will ever pray will be to ask Jesus to be your Lord and Master.
It is not the sin in your life that will determine what happens to you after you die. It is has nothing to do with the scales of good and bad that you have done.
To have eternal life requires that you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Master. To reject Jesus will condemn you to eternal separation from God and torment in Hell. Nothing else matters. Nothing, and no one, else has the power to save you, but Jesus Christ.
Listen to this podcast to learn why people want to reject Christ and what the consequence of that rejection is.
When we need something done that we cannot do for ourselves, then we begin to search for someone with the power to meet that need.
When my car needs repaired, when something in my home needs repaired, I begin a search for someone with the power to meet that need.
When my need becomes a desperate need, I look for someone with the power to save me.
Listen to this podcast to find the One with the power to meet the most desperate need in each of our lives. Listen and discover that Jesus Christ is the only One with the power to save you.
If you are lost in a dark world, then Jesus Christ is the answer to that need. Jesus Christ has the power to save you.
What do you place your faith in to get you through the trials of life? Your friends, your family, or your own abilities?
What do you place your faith in to deal with the inevitability of death and what happens after death?
Is it science, medicine, or religion?
Science can tell you why you are going to die, but death will still ultimately come.
Medicine can make you feel better before you die, it can even extend your life, but death will still ultimately come.
Religion, with its works, and its rules, can make you feel like you are doing something about death and what comes after, but death will still ultimately come.
Listen to this podcast to hear what the Word God says that we are to place our faith in. Rejoice as the Bible tells us the something and the Someone that has the power to control death and what comes after.
Is your salvation real?
Our churches are full of people who have made a profession of faith but do not possess Christ in their hearts. Their faith is an intellectual acceptance of Christ, but they have not been reborn.
Others have attended crusades, or evangelistic meetings, and had an emotional experience, only to find that being a Christian means facing persecution.
Listen to this podcast to learn how the Bible tells us we can be sure of our salvation. How we can be sure that Christ lives in our hearts.