A Study In The Word
A Study In The Word - Feb. 7th, 2023
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel welcome Pastor Mike Mounce from At The Cross Family Worship Center Church in Cuba Missouri. The panel reads Romans 5:12, looking at spiritual and physical death. Because of Adam’s sin in the garden, all of mankind is born in sin; therefore we are born with the human nature and the sin nature. If we come to Christ, then we also have a divine nature. Brother Swaggart reminds us that this is the cause of all war in the world, man’s inhumanity to man that engulfs the human race, and the only cure for it is the Lord Jesus Christ and what He did at Calvary’s Cross. There is no other cure. When the trump of God sounds, corruptible puts on incorruptible; this will be the end of the sin nature for believers. There will be many people who are not saved in the kingdom age, they will not have given their hearts to Christ; many will, but many won’t. Satan then will gather these up, they will have forfeited an eternity spent with Christ in heaven, and hell will be their eternal home.
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A Study In The Word - Feb. 6th, 2023
Living at the foot of the Cross is one of the most humbling experiences there is. Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss pride and the spirit of division. The Apostle Paul addressed this greatly in the early church. What Jesus did at the Cross was the most hu...
A Study In The Word - Feb. 3rd, 20223
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel read Romans 5:10. For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, being reconciled we shall be saved by His life. This is the only way we can be reconciled. This does not speak o...
A Study In The Word - Feb. 1st, 2023
The believer is sanctified and justified the moment they give their heart to Christ. Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss being born again; when Christ comes into our lives, He rids us of sin. This doesn’t mean we will never sin again, but it does mean that ...