What if your times of trial, persecution, or discipline put you in a position to point others to God’s will and purpose for their lives? We are encouraged to continue speaking God’s truth, even in the most troublesome times, as Bro. Jeff shares accounts of many of Bible’s greatest prophets.
What does it means to be a soldier for Jesus? To be sold out for the gospel of Christ? To be surrendered to the point that we would choose stoning over physical well-being? We are encouraged to evaluate our own commitment in this challenging message as Bro. Jeff looks at Paul’s example.
In previous messages in this series, Bro. Jeff has been studying victors in faith. Here he focuses on victims, those who suffered greatly because they were living by faith. We are reminded of some of the horrors they suffered at the hands of worldly people who hate people of faith. Though they were persecuted by the world, they were praised in the Word for their worth.
The first step in a walk of faith is to listen to what God says, Bro. Jeff advises. Elijah was a listener, and as a result, was a great man of faith. His faith not only exposed the uselessness of a false god, but brought a widow’s dead son back to life.