- Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
- The Legacy Of A Converted Man
- Witnessing For Christ
- 10:00 a.m.
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Paul learned that his conversion entailed suffering. Indeed, suffering was the mark of his genuine apostleship. Let us learn from his experience of suffering which came to him from many different sources.
Next to Christ Himself, Saul, later named Paul, has had the greatest impact on the doctrines of Christianity. Today we begin a short series of messages on his life and legacy. Please note the three phases of his conversion experience (this outline is adapted from a book written by Dr. Sweeting).
In this message I give a biblical perspective on the divisive issue of racism which surfaced when riots erupted in various cities. After delineating the challenge before us, we must turn to the Scriptures and see that the church is God’s reconciling agency. If we foster racism we are not living the Gospel.
More Christians have been martyred for their faith in Christ during the past few years than the total throughout the centuries. The experience of the first Christian martyr helps us to understand what awaits believers on the other side of death.