A Study In The Word
A Study In The Word - Nov. 29th, 2022
In faith, willpower will come into play; that being, if we will place our faith in Christ crucified. Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss choices, and how the early converts were transfering their faith back to law. Pastor Paris Ragan explains the war inside of fallen man, because the sin nature never leaves the believer. He reads Romans 7:23; there is another law inside of us fighting against our desire to live for the Lord. We want to please God, but we must understand this war inside and find victory over it with faith in the finished work of Christ. When the believer tries to overcome sin by an action or religious work, it keeps us weak, in brokenness and defeat. It will bleed over into every area of our life. When sin takes authority over one’s heart it only leads to death and destruction. We cannot do for ourselves what only the Holy Spirit can do. The church must open the flood gates so the Holy Spirit can do what God intends Him to do in the life of the believer.
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A Study In The Word - Nov. 28th, 2022
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss how the power of the sin nature is broken when we are united with Christ. At salvation, we are baptized into Christ; this is when the sin nature is rendered idle, inoperative, and useless. But at the same point in time, w...
A Study In The Word - Nov. 25th, 2022
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss what it means to abide in Christ. Brother Gray describes it as living in the shadow of the Cross every day of our life. We live with the reality of the Cross in our lives, which in effect, releases us from the past bondag...
A Study In The Word - Nov. 24th, 2022
Today on A Study In The Word, Evangelist Jimmy Swaggart and panel discuss the meaning of transgression, reading Romans 4:15. Transgression literally means, overstepping a line, or overstepping a boundary; doing something you are not suppose to do. Under the law, it was clearly defined that this...