Before Jesus could be crucified, He had to be condemned by the Roman governor, Pontius Pilate. But on this episode of The Verdict, Pastor John Munro helps us see that it wasn’t so much Jesus on trial as it was Pilate--who was torn between his own questions and the demands of the mob. What does he do? And how do we respond today?
In each program, listeners are challenged to turn to the Bible and render a “verdict” as they consider their personal response to the truth of God’s Word. Pastor John Munro presents a clear, no-nonsense examination of Scripture, offering insight and application for all backgrounds, from those unfamiliar with the Gospel to mature believers following Christ.
In the Fourth Commandment, God tells us to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. Did you know that this is the only commandment not specifically repeated in the New Testament? Does this mean we can ignore it? On this episode of The Verdict, Pastor John Munro helps us to better understand the blessing of the Sabbath.
What does it mean to take the Lord’s name in vain? Is the Third Commandment just warning us to watch our language, or is there something more to learn? On this episode of The Verdict Pastor John Munro unpacks all the different ways we profane the Lord’s name, and how we can choose to honor Him instead.
Names are important, wouldn’t you agree? And doesn’t it make sense that the name of the Lord is particularly important? On this episode of The Verdict, Pastor John Munro clarifies why God’s name is so precious, and why we’re commanded not to take the Lord’s name in vain.
For followers of Christ, worshipping God is to be our highest priority. But too often we have a casual view of worship, thinking we can approach God any way we like. On this episode of The Verdict Pastor John Munro continues a study of the Ten Commandments as we learn how to worship God’s way.
Isn't it true that meaningful spiritual songs can stick with us? The Holy Spirit often uses these words and melodies to reinforce in our hearts powerful spiritual truths. Join John as he reflects on some of his favorite hymns and songs, and consider how the Lord has used music in your life and worship.