Preaching from John 13:21-30 D.R. presents three truths: 1) God is comprehensively sovereign, 2) The disciples are completely oblivious, and 3) We should daily consider the blessing of salvation.
What is the connection between the Passover lamb in Exodus 12 and Jesus Christ? Listen in as Ryan Millar explains this important theological point from John 13.
D.R. presents 7 truths demonstrating that Jesus and the Father are One.
“Without the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit we are all lost…and if He left us to our own devices there would not be one person who would dwell with Him in eternal life – not one.” – D.R. Randle
Preaching from John 12:27-36 D.R. explains the main purpose for Jesus’ first coming was to glorify God the Father. Flowing from that several secondary purposes are also identified.
What did Jesus mean when He said, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.”? Listen in as Bobby McCreery preaches from John 12:20-26.
Humility is not a character trait that is typically encouraged by the world, however, it should exemplify the Christian life. Kevin Morse, former associate pastor of Cleveland Road Baptist Church and current pastor of Theta Baptist Church, explains from 1 Peter 5.5-7 how the humility of Jesus Christ serves as the model for the Christian.
Drawing from Romans 1:8-17, Ryan explains the heart of the Gospel, how the righteousness of Jesus Christ is imputed to the believer, and why that should motivate the Christian to share the Word of God with the world.
“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.