I know it sounds odd to say that I enjoy funerals more than weddings, but I do, because people are dialed in.
Christ’s treading over death turned the once feared enemy into an object of jeering. As Christ rose from the dead, so every dying believer, in their resurrection, proclaims his overwhelming victory.
In this episode, Hershael York talks about how to incorporate a gospel invitation into each sermon without manipulating a congregation.
Of all the people who have lived and ever will live, Jesus alone qualifies, in His person and work, as the only one capable of accomplishing atonement for the sin of the world.
There is no greater news than this: Christ Jesus, as God the Son incarnate, perfectly meets our need before God by his obedient life and substitutionary death.
To say God’s mercy ultimately originates as a response to foreseen faith or mercy is to affirm election does depend on human will and exertion, rather than on God (contrary to v. 16).
On this special LIVE episode of Pastor Well, Dr. York sits down with Heath Lambert (author, pastor of First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, FL) to discuss his testimony and the power of grace.
Dr. York sits down with Don Whitney (author, Personal Spiritual Disciplines; associate dean and professor of biblical spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) to discuss the unforgivable sin and encouraging doubting believers
In the season 3 premiere of Pastor Well, Dr. York sits down with Robby Gallaty (senior pastor, Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, TN) to discuss his radical salvation and ministry of discipleship.
Denying the perseverance of the saints has absolutely devastating consequences.
Without Easter Sunday, Good Friday is just another Friday. It is Jesus’s resurrection that secured our resurrection (Col 2:12).
There is only one God, and that means there is only one plan of salvation.
Church discipline can be the mechanism for inspecting the genuineness of conversion.
Donald S. Whitney discusses his book “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?” and the satisfying certainty of eternal life