At key moments in time, men arise who are destined to change the tides of history. In the sixteenth century, the traditions of the church had become corrupted. In this message, Pastor Lutzer introduces us to Martin Luther, who gave himself without reservation to all the rigorous practices of monastic life. Would he find relief from his guilt and despair?
The corruption of the Roman Catholic Church was spreading. The efforts of John Wycliff, Jan Hus, Erasmus, and Savonarola laid crucial groundwork for a major breakaway yet to come. In this message, Pastor Lutzer draws two lessons from the early Reformers. These men prepared the way for the Gospel to be unearthed from Medieval traditions.
The Roman Catholic Church of the Middle Ages had veered way off course into corruption and doctrinal error. Before Luther, God was already raising up men to speak the truth. In this message, Pastor Lutzer introduces us to John Wycliffe. By making the Bible available to the common man, a much wider and more drastic reform would soon take place.
Our world is suffering, and much of it can be traced to an absence of integrity. We need to instill in ourselves and our children the importance of a sound character—of integrity. In this message, we mark five characteristics of a person of integrity. What does it take to honor our friendships and speak the truth even when it hurts us?
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