What keeps us saved? Is it what we do or don’t do? Is it our religion? Is how good we are? Is it our faith? In the message that Christ gives to the church in Philadelphia, He gives us the answer to the question, “What keeps us saved?”
In the world today, believers are bombarded from every angle by some new doctrine or theology. There are lots of voices out there trying to get believers to believe their Gospel and follow their image of Christ. In Revelation 2:18-29 Jesus warns believers not to tolerate false teachers, and explains that knowing how to follow Him is easy.
Christ said, “If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer.” Did He really mean “whatever” we ask for in prayer, believing, we would receive it? Yes, He did actually mean just that. Find out how this is possible in this podcast episode.
In this episode I interview two women, Maryam & Marziyeh, who were arrested, imprisoned, and constantly threatened with death if they didn’t deny their faith in Christ.
We’ve all heard the saying, “The proof is in the pudding.” But did you know the actual saying is, “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.”? In this episode we discussion why things in our world never seem to change no matter how many times things are changed. Is the proof of what works and doesn’t work in the pudding or in the eating?
What if there was no Bible? What if we didn’t have the Old Testament, or the New Testament? How would we be able to know about God? Would it be possible for us to ever know Him?