What did the cross actually achieve – in most of Christianity, not that much it seems! Same Old Testament confessions, same OT commandments and a Jesus, who by his best actions, cannot undo what Adam by his best actions achieved. This is part of a new series on pre-cross versus post cross. Contributors include Bernie Rouse, David Freeman, Amazon Smile, Adrianne, Norm Thiessen, Marcellus Cennedaigh
If you do not know WHY you believe that Jesus rose again, then what’s the point of believing it? In fact, what’s the point in believing ANYTHING AT ALL???
Many folks come out of religion and just keep going, mostly glad to be out of all the manipulation and control. That’s generally because they never believed much at all in the first place. But just once, settle the irrefutable
As Mike Williams says in this episode of the Gospel Revolution Powercast, “Just when you think it couldn’t get any better, it gets even better!” Continuing in the “A Lot’s Changed!” series, Mike and Beres continue with the fifth and final point of what changed at the cross. We got to hear back from our friend Danny Rogers and also heard from Bob Hines, author
This week, we have one of the most powerful Powercasts to date! Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett start off the show by commenting on an email sent to us by Danny Rogers regarding God and us being one. This quickly leads into a full-fledged Bible study in the change “from glory to glory” and is virtually action-packed (if a Bible study can be such a thing) with the demonstration of
This week, Mike Williams are back loud and clear with more about what changed at the dividing line of the cross of Jesus Christ. Here we pick up from where we left off last week and come to the ultimate revelation, which is God’s understanding and opinion about us.
This week, Mike Williams and Beres Bartlett are back! Thank you for your patience while we worked through our technical difficulties. In this Powercast, Mike and Beres discuss three of five changes spoken of exclusively by the Apostle Paul that happened at the cross.