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John 14:6

THIS IS WHY I DO WHAT I DO. Many of you know that I do the work of an evangelist. I am actually super excited because I just received 2 boxes of 10,000 tracts that my church designed and ordered from www.customtractsource.com and on the same day, we launched our new improved website, www.bereanbaptistchurch.com and I got to be a part of both those things. Each of these activities is designed with one ultimate goal: to glorify God by pointing to Christ and His finished work on the cross. Our chief aim is to edify believers and herald the gospel to the lost.

Psalm 19:1

The heavens declare the glory of God. The firmament sheweth His handiwork.

Like so much of scripture, what a simple, yet profound thought! Whereas we humans, myself included, find brevity so elusive, God can proclaim His glory in two short sentences and refute millions of people’s false beliefs in 12 simple English words.

The Grace of God – Part 1

This is the first part of the teaching on God’s grace. Here we learn what grace really means and what our response that that grace should be.

Are Christians lucky?

So does God determine luck? In a sense, from a human perspective this would be our conclusion. God does determine or allow all events, and so from a human idea, he is the ultimate force that actually does determine good fortune. He IS what we consider luck. But the problem is that luck is not real. God is real.

The Love of God

You can listen to my teaching, “The Love of God” in the player below. This was presented at Berean Baptist Church, Sunday April 4, 2010. If the player is not working or you would like to download the teaching, use the link below. The Love of God

The Patience of God

You can listen to my teaching, “The Patience of God” in the player below. This was presented at Berean Baptist Church, Sunday March 28, 2010. If the player is not working or you would like to download the teaching, use the link below. The Patience of God

Presuppose no apology for presuppositional apologetics.

As the title depicts, I do not intend to tell you I’m sorry for practicing what is commonly called presuppositional apologetics. I am going to instead try to provide a working definition of this term, an explanation of its use and prove as well that all men actually employ a form of it. This has been done by several others better than I, but in my effort to write prolifically, I’ve found that most topics have already been written about! Thus, I’m destined to repeat subject matter.