Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Sola Fide, Solus Christus and Soli Deo Gloria are the 5 solas. The sixteenth century proved to be a pivotal time in history as Martin Luther, among other godly men, sought to reclaim scriptural authority in the church and for God’s people. Join us as we discuss the distinctions that separate a proper biblical understanding of justification from the unbiblical standard set by the Roman Catholic that led to the Reformation.
Join Tyler and Laramie as they take a break from the heavier discussions to read and meditate on a particular passage of Scripture. Our prayer is that you will cherish God’s word, and let it feed your soul. This is a simple episode, but we hope it blesses you.
So many things can be said about “once saved always saved” or “losing your salvation” but the most important thing ever said on this topic is found in scripture. Join Tyler and Laramie as they discuss the foundational biblical truths concerning today’s topic of the security of salvation.
Tyler Perry and Laramie Gildon have been talking about finding God’s will in a few common areas of life. Church attendance/membership is another issues where it doesn’t seem like people agree that God has a specific will. Yet, in this episode the guys will look at some scriptures that would suggest a solid commitment to a local congregation, which is something that would resemble Membership. Please think heavily about your involvement in your congregation, and consider weather or not God may have desire more from you in relation to the body.
1 John 1:9 tells us that “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.” This is a verse that I quote often from the pulpit and when discussing repentance with others. It is also a verse that I tend to not take the heart, or fully trust in. What do I mean by that? Continue reading If we confess our sins…