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Pastor Gary Wilkerson talks about his father, the meaning and impact of the Protestant Reformation, and the key role that sound doctrine and the Holy Spirit should play in the church.
Pastor Gary Wilkerson talks about what all evangelical Christians can learn from the Protestant Reformation and underlines the need for more churches with both a sound doctrine and obedience to the Holy Spirit.
A defence of the Spirit's personhood from the Old Testament.
Most of the time most of us remain blissfully unaware of riches with which we have not yet engaged.
The importance of keeping up-to-date with God.
How the French Reformer defended the clarity of Scripture.
How the German Reformer defended the clarity of Scripture.
About 600 participants worshipped God together and reflected on the mission in Europe. Working groups were started in several areas.
Italian pastor Giovanni Traettino believes “the Word of God is moving and acting in the Catholic Church.” The Pentecostal leader encourages other churches to have an “open” approach to the Vatican. “Pope Francis is my brother in Christ”, he says in an interview with Evangelical Focus.
Was Samson as really as well-built as we have been led to believe?
During a walk near the ‘three crosses’ on a hill close to Nolay in Burgundy (France), he took me by the hand and wanted me to climb up towards the middle cross just as the storm was arriving and it was beginning to rain…
I was able to understand the list in Galatians for the first time, when I started looking at it, not as an obligation, but as an offer.
While I am speaking, I sense very strongly that this woman facing me, a well-known medium, is being visited by a Spirit much greater than those she has welcomed up to this day.
The ‘prophet’ managed to get up to the church’s platform and accused MacArthur saying: “You have grieved the Holy Spirit of God. Your doctrine of cessationism is an error.”
There’s something powerful about music. It goes beyond words and concepts to touch the very depths of us. In spite of its impersonal nature, music has a unique ability to make us feel happy or sad, upbeat or depressed.
To blaspheme the Holy Spirit creates fear in many sincere believers. For some ministers and leaders of movements, it is used as ammunition to warn (threaten?) those who question their doctrine and practices.
If God wants someone to be overwhelmed with the sense of His presence, then He can lay the man (woman) on the ground; not the preacher! Let God be God! Let the Spirit do the work! Anything else is a deceitful work of man that brings the integrity of the Gospel into question.