“Know therefore that the Lord your God, He is God, the faithful God, who keeps His covenant and His lovingkindness to a thousandth generation with those who love Him and keep His commandments” (Deuteronomy 7:9).
At its core, every element of our faith — salvation, eternal life, etc. — is based on God keeping promises He has made to us.
For example, God promised that He would send His own Son to make atonement for our sin … and He did. God promises forgiveness, reconciliation, and eternal life in heaven to those who would repent and believe in Christ’s work on the cross … and He has followed through on that.
From the beginning of time, God has made a handful of promises or covenants with man. In his new book, The Promises of God, Bible teacher Dr. RC Sproul shows how God’s covenants are important for us to understand so that our faith can rest in God’s perfect, promise-keeping character and nature.
Whether you lean Covenant or Dispensational in your theology, you will profit much from hearing Dr. Sproul talk about God’s unfailing promises.
Guest: Matthew Fletcher, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Weymouth, MA
It’s not an overstatement to say that one’s understanding of the attributes of God (His nature and character) determines everything … from the way we approach Him, to our view of the world around us, to how we live our lives.
Just this week, USA Today ran a story about a survey performed by two sociologists from Baylor University regarding Americans’ view of God. The results show that people see God one of four ways: authoritative, benevolent, critical, or distant.
Are any of these four views biblically correct? And what about the love of God — does His love trump all His other attributes like His wrath or justice?
Matthew Fletcher, senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Weymouth, Massachusetts, attended the conference and will join us this weekend on The Christian Worldview to explain why a biblical view of God’s attributes is so important and how we can develop a better understanding of the King of the Universe.
Congratulations to the following five winners who will each receive free registration ($100+ value) to the Expositors’ Conference:
Joshua Morgan, Louisville, KY
Jeff Keeney, Chesapeake, VA
Kirby Myers, Indianapolis, IN
John Anderson, Klamath Falls, OR
Scott Poling, Oswego, IL
The Christian Worldview is giving away five FREE registration tickets to the Expositors’ Conference featuring Dr. R.C. Sproul and Dr. Steven Lawson September 27-28, 2010 in Mobile, AL.
Theme: The highest aim in expository preaching is soli deo gloria—the glory of God alone. No pulpit can rise higher than its lofty view of God. As the proclamation of God goes, so goes the pulpit—and as the pulpit goes, so goes the church. Everything in ministry hinges on a towering view of God.
We will announce the five winners on Saturday, August 21st on the radio program and this website. We will also email the winners directly. Each winner will receive FREE registration for themselves and their spouse to the conference ($150 value).
To submit your name for the raffle:
Email your first and last name, mailing address, and phone number to feedback@TheChristianWorldview.com
Please make sure that you fulfill the following two parameters before submitting your name:
1. You have a strong desire to attend the Expositor’s Conference at Christ Fellowship Baptist Church on Sept. 27-28 in Mobile, Alabama. Registration tickets can NOT be re-sold or exchanged for another year.
2. That you are willing and able to pay for all other expenses to attend the conference like airfare, lodging, ground transportation, etc. (I.e. This raffle is to win free registration tickets, not free airfare and other expenses.)
If you’re not one of the winners, I would still highly encourage you to attend this excellent conference. You can find out more about the conference at ExpositorsConference.org. If you do decide to register, call 251-461-2242 and ask for “The Christian Worldview discount” which will give you between $15 – $25 off your registration fee.
Guest: Dr. R.C. Sproul, founder and theologian, Ligonier Ministries
“Holy, holy, holy.” It’s the only description of God that is repeated three times for emphasis. Above all, God is holy, perfectly holy. Yet the holiness of God – and the believer’s responsibility to be holy – is a neglected topic in the church today when it is actually the launching point for understanding God and man’s need for salvation and sanctification.
The holiness of God is the theme of this year’s Ligonier National Conference in Orlando, March 19-21. Dr. R.C. Sproul, founder and theologian of Ligonier Ministries, will join me this Saturday to discuss this topic and his upcoming book, The Prayer of the Lord.