If you have love for Christ, you will love the sheep and hate the wolves. This is especially true for the men called to be shepherds of God’s people. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan preach on this intense passage of Scripture.
Are you often too troubled to pray? Or do you sometime second-guess yourself and wonder if God hears your prayers? Receive solid answers from the Word as Jon Swerens delivers this sermon which was first preached by Charles H. Spurgeon in 1888.
Like the Apostle Paul confronting the false gods in Athens, the church ought to cause trouble for idolatry in the United States. Pastor Nate Harlan preaches on how God’s grace and greatness gives us the courage we need for the task.
How does the Apostle Paul connect the story of Sarah and Hagar to the idea that we cannot be justified by works of the law but must be justified by faith? Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on Galatians.
Good pastors, like the Apostle Paul, deliver sharp rebukes when necessary — especially when abandoning the gospel is what’s at stake. Listen to Pastor Nate Harlan deliver this message, part of his series on Galatians.
In this sermon, Pastor Nate Harlan continues his series on Galatians by exploring the contrast between God’s covenant with Abraham and His covenant with Moses — and how they both compare to the New Covenant that God established with His church.