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Teaching and Messages

  • Greg Laurie
    The Bible says we will be held accountable for everything we say. Jesus said, “And I tell you this, you must give an account on judgment day for every idle word you speak” (Matthew 12:36). Our words determine where our hearts are.
  • Charles Stanley
    In Matthew 12, Jesus talked about the unpardonable sin. Christians sometimes misconstrue His comments and end up fearful that they could commit an unforgivable offense.
  • J.C. Ryle
    Our Lord does not mean that it is wrong, under any circumstances, to pass an unfavorable judgment on the conduct and opinions of others.
  • John Piper
    Jesus references the "bad eye" twice in Matthew's gospel. So what exactly does He mean?
  • Jack Graham
    This doesn't mean that God's going to give you anything you believe. You can't just believe that God's going to give you a brand new Rolls Royce. That's not what he's saying.
  • Greg Laurie
    Of all the Beatitudes given in Matthew 5, there is one most likely to meet with the approval of almost everyone: "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God."
  • Charles Stanley
    Three of the four gospels contain an account of the young man who asked Jesus a very important question: "What shall I do to inherit eternal life?"
  • Greg Laurie
    What do you worry about the most? What causes you the greatest stress? In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus tells us why we should not worry, and what we should do instead.
  • Greg Laurie
    When you are living for Jesus Christ, your very presence will sometimes bother others. And the more godly a person is, the more obviously this will take place. Few things are more difficult to put up with than a good example. And when you live this way, it really gets the attention of people.
  • Greg Laurie
    When we as believers see ourselves as we really are, when we have mourned over our condition, when we have walked in meekness before God and have hungered and thirsted for righteousness, then it will produce mercy in us.