When one invests in the material things of this world, there is nothing that will give an instantaneous or an absolute guaranteed return on your investment. When we follow Jesus there is a cost involved but what is the return on our investment? In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Mark shares what the Bible has to say about the return on our investment in Christ Jesus.
It seems that when most people including pastors, ministers and even whole church denominations present the Bible, many times they do so out of the context of what was actually written. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin shares just a few places where context is often left out and major misunderstandings have resulted leading people to false doctrines.
For nearly 2000 years Christians have been expecting and preparing for the day of the Lord. In this Sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin examines 2 passages of Scripture which can help us to be ready for this highly anticipated day with confidence!
In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker/evangelist Mark Martin examines the Bible account of Ezekiel chapters 33 & 34 showing how this same message applies to the Christian body of believers today and is even more urgent now!
In this sermon Mark Martin shares how the Gospel is being preached in many places by small independent ministries and fellow believers.
In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler asks and answers a series of vital questions which every Christian, regardless of denomination or doctrinal beliefs, should ask.
This is the final in a series of sermons given by Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin on Psalm 119.
Is it really possible for someone to be a slave of appetite? What does this mean? Does being a slave of appetite include only what we eat or can it include other things as well? How do these things affect your physical and mental health today? In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Ed Short answers these questions from the Bible and shows what we can do to benefit from this information now.
Many people believe that in the Old Testament God was an angry, vengeful God. Is this true? Is God just looking for ways to find things wrong and punish people? In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin answers these questions and more while continuing a series in Psalm 119.