As Christians, we rely on the Bible to give us truth about God, instructions for life and guidance for the future. But we won’t reap these benefits unless we understand how to properly apply Scripture to life choices. Today on Pathway to Victory,Dr. Robert Jeffress urges us to give God’s Word the time and attention it deserves.
Pathway to Victory is a daily, half-hour radio ministry featuring the Bible teaching of Dr. Robert Jeffress, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Dallas. Dr. Jeffress’ bold, biblical and practical approach to ministry has made him one of the country’s most respected evangelical leaders. Pathway to Victory’s mission is to provide practical application of God’s Word to everyday life through clear, Biblical teaching. Their goal is to lead people to become obedient and reproducing disciples of Jesus Christ as He commanded in Matthew 28: 18-20.
Many Christians are woefully ignorant about the end times. Some fear the Book of Revelation is too complicated to understand. Others don’t realize how important prophecy is to their daily lives. Dr. Robert Jeffress shares why future events are both comprehensible and extremely relevant!
The earth is scattered with fascinating relics from ancient civilizations, like Stonehenge, the pyramids, and the Colosseum. But one day, these monuments will turn to rubble—along with everything else mankind has built. Dr. Robert Jeffress explains why the end of the world should fill Christians with hope, not fear.
Jesus Christ lived a perfect and sinless life. He turned the other cheek when people wronged Him and humbled Himself to serve others. How could anyone else ever be like Him? Dr. Robert Jeffress argues that becoming like Christ is a worthwhile and attainable goal!
Every Sunday, millions of Christians around the world gather in groups of all sizes. And Dr. Robert Jeffress explains that while churches look a little different from congregation to congregation, they’re all united by a singular, God-given mission: to go into the world and make disciples.
There was a time in American history when you could find a busy church on every street corner. But today, more and more churches are shutting their doors for good. So, what’s changed? Dr. Robert Jeffress explains that church attendance is no less important today than it was 2,000 years ago.