As you look at the world around you, do you feel tossed here and there by waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine?
Today is Foundations of Freedom Thursday, so lets get to some of your questions- What is the Biblical perspective on rights? Where in the constitution does it say spending bills originate in the house? Is it true that a bill is being introduced to limit the amount of security a church can have? Could you imagine a world where faith and culture merge seamlessly, influencing the very fabric of our constitutional rights? That's exactly the journey we embark upon. Together, we navigate the intricate relationship between biblical values and pressing societal issues, dissecting Thomas Jefferson's insights on the power of the people and their inherent liberties. Through a vibrant exchange, we dissect the Founding Fathers' interpretation of 'rights, ' unraveling the historical foundation of privacy and the significance of the free exercise of religion, property ownership, and freedom of the press. Embrace the call to action as we underscore the sacred duty of voting; not as a mere preference but as an essential civic and moral responsibility. In response to a curious listener, we delve into the constitutional roots of revenue-raising bills, sparking an illuminating conversation on the interplay between taxation and spending. The American Constitution has spurred unparalleled progress. As we dissect the Origination Clause's impact on the power of the purse and examine a contentious bill that could hinder the church's ability to defend itself, we emphasize the necessity of electing leaders with a robust understanding of these constitutional precepts. It is our duty to protect our families and our community. Join us for an episode that not only enlightens but ignites a fervent appreciation for the liberties we hold sacred. Support the show
Jesus may have left the earth after His resurrection, but He will return to deal with Satan, sin, and death for good and to establish His eternal kingdom. This raises one essential question: When He comes, will you be ready? Prepare for Jesus’ return with Pastor Chuck Swindoll as he examines key New Testament passages on Jesus’ return. A look at the destiny of those who follow Jesus offers hope as we look ahead to the time when He will set everything right and take us home!
It’s time to break our addiction to easy. In this sermon, Pastor Allen Jackson encourages us to lead with our faith by choosing to do something difficult every day. We tend to embrace what’s easy or comes with the least resistance, but God calls us to choose a different path—a path that requires our diligence, trust, and obedience, no matter what. Following God in new ways often seems difficult and counter-intuitive at first, but as we obey God and take the next step forward, He meets us with His strength. Doing difficult things opens the pathway to knowing God more fully, growing our trust and faith in Him.
On the next Leading The Way, Dr. Michael Youssef encourages obedience to God’s will ... which leads to a life of peace! Join him for practical words!