From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible makes clear what each person instinctively knows in his spirit: Judgment is coming.
But the very God who will be our Judge is also our Savior. Jesus died to provide mercy—a way of escape. To receive this gift, God requires of us belief.
In this sixth message from the series “The Lighthouse: Warnings from Second Peter to an Endangered Church,” Dr. David Rhoades explains why the judgment of false teachers stands as an example to those who refuse to believe in Christ.
“If believers can’t lose their salvation, why does the Bible warn them against apostasy?”
Understanding salvation can be a challenge. Some people think they are saved, but in reality are not. Others who are saved have doubts about their salvation.
In this third message from the series “The Lighthouse: Warnings from Second Peter to an Endangered Church,” Dr. David Rhoades explains what belief in Jesus means and how to have assurance of your salvation.
Grace. It’s more than a prayer at the dinner table. And it’s certainly more than the period of time before fees accrue on your credit card.
Grace is a gift from God. It’s a gift He wants you to experience.
In this final message from the series “Hope for Exiles: The Teachings of First Peter,” Dr. David Rhoades explains how you can receive the free gift of grace from God.
Jesus spoke these famous words to a religious ruler: “You must be born again.”
But what does it mean to be born again? Why does God require it of us? And how do we become born again?
In this second message from the series “Hope for Exiles: The Teachings of First Peter,” Dr. David Rhoades leads a study of this important topic.