Some of God's servants have to go through the school of hard knocks before they learn to obey God from the heart. Jonah finally went to Nineveh, but still with a hard heart. He had no real concern for the people of a great pagan city.
Running the race of life is hard. Yet with the Bible front and center and a heart to encourage, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Pastor Emeritus of the historic Moody Church in Chicago, takes listeners on a journey into the Word to help them make it across the finish line. Dr. Lutzer shares the good news of the gospel each day on Running to Win.
Our sins have separated us—all of us—from God. But our Lord put in motion a plan to redeem all who believe in Jesus’ sacrificial death and resurrection. In this message, Pastor Lutzer leads us on a whirlwind tour from Genesis to the book of Daniel. We’ll not only see the seriousness of sin but also the redemptive power of God’s grace.
Imagine enjoying perfect health, holy unity, and unhindered worship, serving God together into “the ages of the ages. ” Everything will be good, perfect, and beautiful. In this message, Pastor Lutzer discusses the features and the privileges of the holy city. Who will dwell in the holy city—the New Jerusalem?
We all long for home. When the New Jerusalem descends from heaven, it will be the forever home of the redeemed from all the ages. In this message, Pastor Lutzer distinguishes what will not be in heaven and who will be welcomed. Imagine God dwelling with us throughout all eternity.
The Bible teaches that there is an ultimate lake of fire where unbelievers will go. But why will unbelievers be judged this way? In this message from Revelation 20, Pastor Lutzer offers clear teaching on the basis for eternal judgment away from God’s presence and glory. Let’s learn about God’s perfect judgment, and His perfect grace.
The idea of final judgment offends many people. They can’t conceive that God would send anyone to an everlasting hell. In this message, Pastor Lutzer takes a sobering look at what the Bible teaches about the final destiny of all who never believed in Jesus for salvation. We don’t rule the world—God does.