God sends an angel, known as a scribe, to Egypt to document the exodus of the Jews after Pharaoh is forced to release them from their servitude. The scribe acts as the eyewitness to the events leading up to the Jews entering the Promised Land and the forty years of travel and heartache they endured along the way. From slavery, the Hebrew nation went through forty years in the wilderness and onward to The promised Land.More info →
Adversity, Christology, Fasting, The Miracles of Jesus Christ, Soul-Winning.
Adversity, better known as why bad things happen to good people is, is used by God to draw us into a closer relationship with Him.
Christology, a brief but interesting look at the life of Jesus. Many professing Christians discount the Old Testament because they feel Jesus isn’t mentioned there. This text alone disproves that theory.
Fasting, more than a way to lose weight although Doctor Pritchard does go into detail about his own mastery of obesity using biblical fasting.
The miracles of Jesus have been covered by a good many pastors, authors and so forth. This sermon brings some interesting insights into the issue.
Soul-winning, a popular name for evangelism. As Doctor Pritchard has taught over the years: you can get someone saved until you get them lost.
Today’s preacher seems to preach on subjects that put butts in seats and give their congregations warm fuzzy feelings. Meanwhile, they neglect their flock by avoiding some of the subject people need to grow closer to the Lord. People need to hear about these difficult subjects, especially when it’s a part of their daily lives. Many of these controversial subjects are stumbling points for people in a congregation, and it’s a pastor’s responsibility to teach them about them.
Preachers who avoid subjects their flock may have problems with doing them great harm, spiritually speaking. These controversial, yet important, topics were included in the Bible for a reason, and a preacher risks become nothing more than a hireling by avoiding them in their weekly sermons.More info →