“This king, King Jesus, is not who the world expects Him to be.” – Parker Moore
Preaching from John 11:45-57, D.R. identifies four critical takeaways: 1) The work of Jesus demands a response, 2) The romantic notions of sin and disbelief are delusional, 3) God’s sovereignty prevails over Man’s sin, and 4) God’s timing is always perfect.
In this 3rd in a series of messages on the resurrection of Lazarus, D.R. points the Christian to Mary’s reaction to the death of Lazarus, Jesus’ emotion (which may surprise you), and Lazarus’ actual resurrection.
In this familiar passage dealing with the death and resurrection of Lazarus, D.R. explains how Jesus denounced superstition, risked death, challenged perceptions and presuppositions, declared truth, and called for a response.
Franklin Scott, Senior Campus Minister for the Baptist Collegiate Ministry at UGA, reads from the Book of Joshua
In this familiar allegory, Bobby challenges the Christian to see the deeper meaning and theology contained within, the reason why the Pharisees did not understand, and how Jesus transitioned from a picture of a door to a sheep fold to the reality that He is the door to everlasting life in heaven.
“This passage calls us to act; it calls us to act in the lives of others to help present Christ to them, through whatever means possible.” – D.R. Randle
When Jesus gave sight to a man who was born blind several interesting responses followed. Listen in as D.R. shows how John 9:8-34 reveals a curious case of a transformed life, the divisive power of Jesus Christ, the impotence of evidence to an unregenerate heart, and the anger of the blind against the light.
An exposition on the relationship between sin and suffering, the glory of God, spiritual blindness, and the sign of the Messiah
Skeptics often argue that Jesus never claimed to be God. Is that true? Listen in as D.R. explains the importance of believing Jesus’ testimony that He is both eternal and God.