Generation Of The Cross
Generation Of The Cross - July 9th, 2022
When God calls someone, there must be a response. Today on The Generation of The Cross, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart is joined by JSBC Professor Dr. David Watts, and Power House Pastor Jonathan Steele. Reading Ephesians chapter 4:11-16, the panel discusses the call of God on a believer’s life whether it be an apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor, or teacher. These roles are for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ. While the Apostle Paul here sets the foundation of the church with these five fold callings, Brother Gabriel says these are not the only callings of God on the lives of believers. In the role of the Apostle, the Holy Spirit will guide the church through doctrine and direction and the general thrust of the moving and operation of the Holy Spirit. Man cannot establish the office they operate in, but they can recognize it. Brother Gabe says if God hasn’t called you and equipped you, it is a useless title given only by self or man.
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Generation Of The Cross - July 2nd, 2022
To everyone is given a measure of grace, but this grace can be frustrated. Today on The Generation of The Cross, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart is joined by JSBC Professor Dr. David Watts. They discuss Paul’s writings from prison, reading Ephesians 4:10, discussing how Jesus is our deliverer. Looking...
Generation Of The Cross - June 25th, ...
Today on The Generation of The Cross, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart is joined by JSBC Professor David Watts discussing the importance of raising up Pentecostal scholars. Ask the average person to name a Pentecostal scholar, they’re going to say Stanley Horton, Gordon Fee, and Craig Keener; but there ar...
Generation Of The Cross - May 28th, 2022
Today on The Generation of The Cross, Pastor Gabriel Swaggart is joined by JSBC Professor Dr. David Watts continuing their study of Ephesians chapter three discussing the word endeavoring. It means you’ve got to make a concerted effort. We are not commanded to create unity, it has already been ...