Have you noticed how people encourage “speaking your truth” and following your desires, wherever they lead? But this way of living has dire consequences. On this episode of The Verdict, Pastor John Munro returns to the teaching of Jesus on sexual purity and telling the truth.
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.
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.
When it comes to worship, you might think about the styles and songs you prefer. But what pleases God? On this episode The Verdict Pastor John Munro begins a lesson on the Second Commandment and explains that not only are we meant to worship the one true God, but we must Worship God’s Way.
God describes Himself as a “jealous God” meaning that our Creator desires an exclusive relationship of love and trust with His people. But sadly, we often choose other priorities. On this episode of The Verdict Pastor John Munro reminds us of who God is, and why He should be the center of our lives.
Pastor John Munro continues his latest study on the Ten Commandments by looking closer at God’s First Commandment: You shall have no other gods. Most people say they believe in God. But do they actually believe in the one trueGod, or are they worshipping a god of their own creation? Find out more on this episode of The Verdict
Some people define freedom as doing whatever they want, whenever they want. But is that true freedom? Would you want to live in a society without any rules? In this episode of The Verdict, Pastor John Munro is discussing the Ten Commandments, why God gave them, and what role they play in our lives, today.