Dr. Kirkpatrick focuses on the history of several Kings of Israel and Judah and clealry shows that only those that trusted in God's promises and not their own strength were the ones who best succeeded especailly when all against them liiked very bleak.
How can you tell who is right? Is it a matter of opinion? Or is there a standard?
Second of two sermons about judging. God requires us to "judge righteous judgment." We must judge, or we don't grow.
What is the heart of a servant? How did Jesus Christ model this for us?
What does the Bible really say about judging? Is "non-judgmentalism" the ultimate virtue? Or should we in fact make judgments, with a right understanding of the Word of God. Part one of a two-part series.
The parable of the prodigal son has many facets, and historical research helps bring it to life. Part 2 is about the merciful father.
What is Christian fellowship? How can we enhance it?
The essential lessons learned in kindergarten also apply to entry into the Kingdom of God.
What a strange world converted Christians live in! They acknowledge God, as He leads them through the most severe of trials, knowing that the refining process is essential for what God is producing in them.