Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at Your Identity in Christ P39 (06-08-22)
We Have Been Reconciled to God – Reconciliation Happened One Time, At The Cross
The problem with today is that people do not understand the New Covenant. It is seldom taught. People don’t even understand what the term reconciled to God means. We are not saved by the death of Jesus on the cross, we are saved by the Life of Jesus coming to live in you and me, the Holy Spirit comes to live in us when we place faith in Jesus. It is so vitally important that we understand this. Listen in as Bob explains in detail the heart of the gospel.
Just as a person’s physical growth is based on proper diet and exercise, so is the Christians’s spiritual growth dependent on regular feeding upon the word of God and application of its principles. With more false teaching, shifting opinions and general confusion in the world than ever before, Christians need a solid foundation upon which … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at Your Identity in Christ P05 (03-22-22)
God was Reconciling the World to Himself in Christ Not Counting Your Sins Against You!
Christian’s need a solid foundation upon which to base their beliefs, and build their lives. The word of God declares that Jesus Christ is that foundation of Truth with that in mind, let’s now take a Closer Look at Your Identity in Christ.
Bob: I believe that a part, of course, from understanding the deity of Christ and the finality of the Cross and the reality of the resurrected life, living in us, which is all a part of your identity, all of that ties into it, but there’s going to have to come a therefore, sooner or later. And that therefore, is I am a child of God. Or aren’t I? And if I am a child of God, what does that mean? And how do I perceive myself as a new creation? Because it certainly doesn’t do me any good to perceive myself as an old creation because that’s not who I am anymore. I’m a new creation and old things have passed away, snd behold, all things have become … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P699 (01-13-22)
The Saving Life of Jesus Christ – Salvation for Sinners!
Clarence called from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He called about salvation. He said he had lived a hard life, and a life of sin. He wanted know if he could be healed. He wanted to know if he could be saved. He wanted to know if there was any hope for him. He asked the bottom-line question, “Am I earmarked for damnation now? Or is there anyway at this point that I can be saved?”
Bob George Shares the Gospel.
Yes, Clarence you can be saved.
Bob says to the salvation question, “Yes absolutely, God didn’t come to save good people, there aren’t any good people. He only came to save sinners. And in that, we are all well qualified.“
What we need to realize that when Jesus went to a cross 2000 years ago, there, He, Jesus, who knew no sin, literally took upon himself and became sin for the sins of the whole world; back to Adam and forward to eternity, and there He who knew no sin became sin for us so that in His resurrection we could become … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at The Reality of The Resurrection P9 (12-06-21)
Understanding the Fullness of the Gospel
When learning about new things, we tend to learn it better and retain what we have learned when we hear something and see something. Also, when we say it out loud or teach others what we have learned, it reinforces it in our own mind of the truths being taught to us. Jesus even makes mention of this learning experience in the word of God.
For us today, learning the fullness of the Gospel message can be helped along by both hearing the word of God and seeing the word of God and saying the word of God out loud for ourselves too. This is where the Closer Look Bible Studies are so beneficial in teaching us the fullness of the gospel message. We hear it, we read it, we say it, and then we write it down too. We encourage you to pick up your copy of the Bible study booklets as we go through these studies together. As we have mentioned many times, these bible studies are excellent for private home studies, small group studies and even larger … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at The Reality of The Resurrection P7 (11-30-21)
What is the Meaning of the Resurrection?
Many times a person will tell you that the meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross was for forgiveness, but when you ask a person the meaning of the resurrection of Jesus, they are likely to give you a blank look on their face. They may say that was what verified that He died on the cross for our sins, yet they don’t have a clue what His resurrection life is all about.
Salvation is life. And, if indeed Christ is not raised from the dead, then our faith is worthless. The resurrection is key for LIFE. The death of Jesus did not provide life. Jesus death provided forgiveness but the resurrected life brings life to you and me through faith in Him.
1 Corinthians 15:17 17 and if Christ has not been raised, your faith is worthless; you are still in your sins.
Hebrews 10:17 17 Then he adds: “Their sins and lawless acts I will remember no more.”
Romans 5:10 10 For if, while we were God’s enemies, we were reconciled to him through the death of