Are you ready for real and powerful, honest and hopeful teaching about challegne, loss, and trouble - from a Christian perspective? Here are real answers, for real people, with real struggles. When life's difficulties invade your world, learn how to face suffering face-to-face with God.
If you are a person who does not believe something that you've been taught, just because someone said it is the cas then this message is for you. If you love to dig into the Bible to do research and to find original meanings of Greek and Hebrew words, and if you like to know history both to understand the Biblical culture and the Christian culture of today, then you will enjoy what you find here.
You are invited to be spiritual archeologists to carefully uncover what is missing in our understanding of Jesus/Yeshua and His Name that have gotten lost in translation, in transliteration, and in tradition. What you discover will ignite a fire in your spirit to continue digging to really know Yeshua from the House of David, the Savior of His people, to know the depth of the meaning of His real Name and to know the richness of the Hebrew culture He designed.
What if you woke up one day knowing that it was your last day on earth? That's what happened to the thief on the cross, who died next to Jesus. Herein Pastor Robinson discusses the truth and apologetics application of the Grace the thief who died next to Christ recieved without baptism or good works.
Jesus was unlawfully arrested and His tials were equally illegal. Learn the reasons He was arrested and executed in this fresh message.
•The Historical Evidence for the Arrest and Trial of Jesus
•How to Disprove the Errors of the Trendy Critics
•The Historicity of Christ and the New Testament
Jesus Christ's influence on our world is commanding, unavoidable, constructive, and often reviled. It is commanding because He is the Lord who fulfils His word; it is unavoidable for the reason that He is God and His name is known in every nation; it is constructive in light of the wisdom, love, education, and salvation it has produced; it is reviled because He makes moral demands upon humanity.
Not only is there compelling evidence that Jesus was something loftier than a mere man—that He was and is, in fact, God. By wrestling with the biblical view of Christ and the accounts of His birth, ministry, death, and resurrection, Robinson clarifies the scriptural depiction of Jesus of Nazareth: God the Son—he undercuts the critics at their foundation.