• Paul’s Sermon at Antioch by

    In this world, there is plenty to keep us occupied and entertained. There are places to go, people to see, and things to do. King David also had plenty of opportunities to indulge himself with the things of the world …

  • Paul Tried Before Festus (Paul Appeals to Caesar) by

    Some people have a five year plan for their lives. But who of us actually thinks about our lives over one hundred years from now? Where will you be in eternity? The Apostle Paul knew where he would be and …

  • Peace With God by

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    Before Jesus ascended into heaven, He told the Apostles to go to Jerusalem and wait. On the day of Pentecost, their wait was over. A mighty rushing wind, tongues of fire, and power from on high came upon them. But …

  • Peter in Prison by

    In the book of Acts, we read of Peter’s imprisonment and the subsequent release after the prayers of believers ascended into heaven. God answered their prayers. But there are other times, such as in the case of James, when …

  • Peter’s Second Speech by

    When Peter and John told the crippled beggar to get up and walk, people marveled at the miraculous sight. Peter used that occasion to tell them the real reason they should be marveling. Continuing through the book of Acts, Dr …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 1) by

    We know of the high priestly prayer Jesus offered for future believers in John’s gospel, but what about Moses’ prayer for those same believers? It was a long time coming, but Moses’ prayer was finally answered at Pentecost and …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 2) by

    Judas Iscariot, the Sanhedrin, Pontius Pilate, and the mob in Jerusalem all contributed to the events at Golgotha. But there was yet another, without whom the crucifixion would have never taken place. By whose hand was Jesus sent to the …

  • Peter’s Sermon (Part 3) by

    Today we hear Jesus called many things with the common exception of one defining title: Lord. On the day of Pentecost, Peter preached the name above all names and how we ought to approach Him. In this message, R.C …

  • Peter’s Vision by

    Usually in a good mystery novel, the mystery is revealed at the end of the story. But the book of Acts doesn’t take that approach. In fact, the mystery revealed in the tenth chapter marks the beginning of a …

  • Prison Epistles by

    The apostle Paul, suffered extraordinary levels of peril, was arrested many times and had a prison record that was certainly unenviable. At some point during these imprisonments, he wrote four very significant letters that are called the “Prison Epistles of …

  • Prison Epistles by

    The apostle Paul, suffered extraordinary levels of peril, was arrested many times and had a prison record that was certainly unenviable. At some point during these imprisonments, he wrote four very significant letters that are called the “Prison Epistles of …

  • Proverbs by

    Are the critics right? Does the Bible really have contradictions? If not, then what do we do with difficult Bible passages that seem to contradict one another? Certainly embracing contradictions would not be wise. Continuing this series on Wisdom, Dr …