We are living in harsh, fierce, and savage times. The Lord says it would be like this in the last days before His coming. Are you able to properly understand the times, and what you need to do in these difficult days? In this sobering message, Pastor Jeff Schreve shares four critical discoveries concerning the times in which we live.
Do you know how to discern good from evil? Are your senses trained to discern the difference? Spiritual discernment is the ability and the skill to understand and apply God’s Word for the purpose of separating right from wrong, good from bad, truth from error. In this important message, discover how you can train your senses in this day of deception.
There is a lot of misunderstanding and confusion concerning the important verse, “Judge not, lest you be judged.” Based on this verse, is it always wrong to judge? Of course not. Judgment is critical to a successful Christian life. Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he shares when its right to judge and when it’s wrong to judge.
Are your circumstances difficult right now? Do you find yourself blaming others for your lot in life rather than taking personal responsibility for your actions? That is exactly what God’s people were doing in the book of Ezekiel … and God wasn’t having it! In this message, Pastor Jeff Schreve shares sober truth from the Word of God from this classic and important passage of Scripture.
The devil desires nothing more than to deceive us at every turn with lies and false teachings. False prophets are among us, and they are not always easy to detect. Join Pastor Jeff Schreve as he shares important questions that we need to ask in order to identity the wolves in sheep’s clothing.
Are you a discerning Christian? Are you able to biblically and accurately discern between good and evil, right and wrong, truth and error? Sadly, many Christians are not. As a result, they fall prey to the deceptions of the enemy. In this eye-opening series, Pastor Jeff Schreve addresses the critical need for believers to do what Jesus commanded and "judge with righteous judgment."