In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler shares more about the marvelous gift God has given to humanity by sending His only begotten Son. Rick reminds us that living our life for God is not always an easy task. But with God all things are possible!
All have sinned and fall short of the Glory of God. (Romans 3:23) Sometimes we may dwell on the past and this can bring us down in many ways. Is it really possible to forget the sinful things we may have done in the past? In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin shows how we can stop dwelling on past sins and move forward in Jesus!
Sometimes in life we may put things off, so-to-speak because we believe we will have time to do them in the future. The truth is, we don’t know how much time we have left in this life because, “time and chance happen to them all” (Ecclesiastes 9:11 NKJV). In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler helps us to see why now is the time to choose eternal life in Jesus Christ our Lord!
Thousands of years ago God miraculously delivered His people out of the land of Egypt. God has also made a way to miraculously deliver humanity from sin! In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler shows us from the Bible some of the parallels between the deliverance of Israel in the Old Testament and the deliverance of God’s people from sin and death today!
Honesty and truth are two things which seem nearly impossible to find among people today. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler shares a number of Bible accounts which show why it is so important to do all things in honesty and truth.
Sometimes difficult Scriptural passages can be easily explained by simply allowing the Bible to change our perspective. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler examines several texts which to some, may seem contradicting.
This world does not make it easy to live a Godly life. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin shares a number of Bible texts to encourage people to endure in their walk with Jesus despite the trials which may come upon us.
Two words or terms in the Bible which are often misunderstood is the word, “sign” and the word “seal” or “sealed”. What does it mean to be sealed? Is there a sign to know that we have been sealed? How is one related to the other, and are one or both necessary for salvation? In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler will answer these and other questions using the Bible.
In the Book of Acts we see tremendous transformations happening among people who want to follow Jesus. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin reviews Acts chapter 18 and part of chapter 19 to show how knowing Jesus can change us and protects us from the adversary.