No Christian can withstand the assaults of the enemy if he or she refuses to labor in grasping sound doctrine. In this message from I Corinthians 15:20-35, Pastor Ritch shares the hope and reality of our future resurrection, and the urgency of the Apostle Paul’s charge to the church in Corinth to pursue a life of holiness.
In part one last week, Pastor Ritch taught about the assurances that the Holy Spirit gives to believers regarding their standing with God. In this concluding message from Romans 8:13-17, he teaches about the actions of the Holy Spirit in giving us assurance of adoption.
Many people expect their salvation to signal an end to temptation to sin. In this message from Romans 7:14-25, Pastor Ritch teaches that we must continually prepare for this struggle to remain throughout our earthly life, but shares the Apostle Paul’s encouragement to trust in the hope of the Gospel for deliverance.
In this message from Romans 6:5-14, Pastor Ritch explains that we must stop trying to think positively to gain victory over sin, and instead begin to think doctrinally in order to develop a clearer understanding of the finished work of the Gospel.
The Gospel brings God’s forgiveness to all believers, but it continues far beyond the moment of justification. The Gospel ushers in the power of God to bring about radical life transformation through sanctification. In this message from Romans 6:1-5, Pastor Ritch teaches how the Gospel is active in the life of every believer as they grow in faithfulness to Christ.
People will follow the voice they listen to; whoever has your ear has your heart. Temptation’s voice speaks to everyone in every walk of life, but few know the path to avoid its pitfalls. In this message from Proverbs 7, Pastor Josh Beakley teaches us to listen for the voice of Christ, and about the futility of working harder to overcome temptation.