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Jesus told a parable about a wealthy man who decided to fire a manager. But before he left, the manager cut some deals with his master’s debtors—deals meant to curry favor. This gave the manager options once his job ended. In this message, we discover why Christ commended a man who acted improperly. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)…
 
It’s amazing how fast people forget. Right after Israel felt Sinai quake and saw Moses ascend the mountain, they turned to idolatry. We might be tempted to shake our heads in disbelief at their wandering hearts. But sadly, we also turn back to our idols after spiritual mountain-top experiences. In this message we learn what happened after Sinai, an…
 
When God appeared in thunder at Mount Sinai to deliver the Ten Commandments, He left no doubt that He was absolutely holy. In our age of leniency toward sin, let’s not forget that God has not changed—not one iota. His character is the same yesterday, today, and forever. In this message we learn more of the story of a close encounter at Sinai. Click…
 
The mountain called Sinai is forever linked with the great visitation of God to mankind, as the people of Israel were represented by Moses. On this mountain, the basic roadmap for living was given in the form of the Ten Commandments. In this message we recount the story of what happens “When God Comes.” Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
From the beginning, the inclination of sinful humanity has been to hide from God. When Adam and Eve realized their sin, the last thing they wanted was to be in God's righteous presence. But He was the only one who could address their shame and provide an ultimate solution, a promised descendant who would crush the enemy of their souls forever. Do y…
 
Douglas MacArthur once said, “There is no substitute for victory.” Moses knew that truth, as Israel faced its Amalekite enemies. And from that conflict of old come principles to assure victory in the battles of our everyday lives. In this message we find more lessons from the life of Moses on “Fighting to Win.” Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
Disappointment: it hits everyone whenever our circumstances don’t match our expectations. But disappointment can turn to bitterness, and we need God’s grace to respond well to the disappointments of life. The children of Israel found bitter waters at Marah. Only a miracle from God made them sweet. And only God can make our bitterness sweet. Click h…
 
You’re either in the kingdom of light or the kingdom of darkness. Jesus said, “Whoever does not gather with Me scatters.” In this message we look at parables that help us fight the good fight during a season when Satan can still cause a lot of trouble. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
 
The grass is not always greener on the other side of the mountain—or the other side of the Red Sea. Once Israel left Egypt, the real troubles began. The long trek started, and the desert sand took its toll. Inevitably, life has its disappointments. In this message we discover strategies to triumph over them. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
The sea in front of you. 600 Egyptian chariots behind you. That's what's called being in a tight place—a place where only God can get you out. In this message, we remember the parting of the Red Sea as Moses and Israel watch God destroy the army of Egypt before their very eyes. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
Jesus cast out a demon, and His critics argued about how He cast it out. Talk about missing the point! They completely ignored that a man was freed from demonic oppression! Then Jesus spoke the parable about a strong man to explain how to fight battles in the realm of the spirit. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)…
 
They call it a "can't win" scenario. Pharaoh finally let Israel leave Egypt, but then pursued them in order to kill them. The people said, "we should never have left...bondage is better than death." In this message, we learn that the power of God is on display when we, like Moses, find ourselves in tight places. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02…
 
Today in our series, Pastor Lutzer examines what he calls "the anatomy of a bad decision" from the story of the fall in Genesis 3. From Adam and Eve's terrible choice to rebel against God, we learn much about our own hearts, and we learn how to apply this insight to escape destructive cycles of our own making.…
 
It was more than high drama. The Passover taught both Egypt and Israel that God means what He says. Salvation does not come without the shedding of blood. As we journey life’s road, let us never forget the high price paid for our salvation, a price depicted in the terror-filled night in Egypt as Moses and the people saw the angel of death pass over…
 
Jesus drove demons out of many people, freeing them from self-destruction. There is a realm of the spirit—a realm of conflict between the powers of darkness and the powers of light. In this message we learn from Jesus how we can fight this spiritual battle. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
 
It was a night of terror. The angel of death swept throughout Egypt, killing the firstborn of every family whose doorpost had no blood. The Passover was the last plague to make Pharaoh let the Israelites go. But it was more than that. It foreshadowed a future sacrificial Lamb, whose blood would save people eternally. Click here to listen (Duration …
 
In Moses’ day, idols were carved from stone or made of metal. But today’s idols are more subtle, and they often go undetected. Even good things like work, family, or patriotism can take God’s place in our hearts. In God’s view, every idol must go. There’s no room for anything that takes the rightful place of God, not even the flag of our country. I…
 
Some people think God can be manipulated. Others think He’s too busy to care about what happens down here on Earth. But Moses learned the truth. In Exodus 4 and 5, Moses learned that God is absolutely sovereign and absolutely holy. And in this message, we’ll watch as Moses finds God to be absolutely faithful. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
These days we often talk about "pivoting" when the unexpected occurs. But is God subject to such a necessity? When He found Adam and Eve in the garden after their sin, did He have to pivot and rearrange His plans to account for it? In today's episode, Pastor Lutzer discusses the implications of our limited control over circumstances in light of God…
 
The family is under attack by the devil and our sinful culture, all determined to destroy marriage, your kids, and the moral values taught in the Scriptures. The foundation of any society is the family, because families produce the next generation. So what should believers do when culture conspires against our families? Click here to listen (Durati…
 
On the surface it sounds preposterous. If someone says, “I know God,” many people would simply laugh. It’s hard enough to meet an important official like the President, so how could we think we know God? But the truth about God is amazing! While we may never shake the President’s hand, we can know God and know Him intimately. That’s what Moses foun…
 
Most of us know Moses for parting the Red Sea, and for telling Egypt’s Pharaoh to “let my people go.” Lesser known is how Moses got there. The race of life for Moses led him through valleys as well as mountains. In this message we begin a series that explains how, over many years, Moses got closer to God. Click here to listen (Duration 25:02)…
 
Do you struggle to accept God's help when you feel that your problems are your own fault? Today, Pastor Lutzer starts a new series, entitled, "Making the Best of a Bad Decision." In it we learn that a bad decision, by God's grace, doesn't have to be the end of the story and no matter how many wrong paths you have taken, there is still a right one j…
 
All of us desire to be great. Some of us even desire to do great things for God, but is unholy ambition lurking beneath the surface? Are our motives pure? Jesus had some penetrating words for a mother who wanted her sons to sit beside him in the coming kingdom. In this message, we learn the difference between selfishness and greatness. Click here t…
 
Good fathers respond generously to the requests of their kids. In a parable, Jesus says it’s the same with God the Father. “Ask and it will be given to you. Seek and you will find.” In this message we find more inspiring lessons on the mystery of prayer. Click here to listen (Duration 14:35)By Dr. Erwin W. Lutzer
 
When times are good, it’s easy to rely on ourselves. But when calamity strikes, you need a support system around you. The prophet Jeremiah compares this to being like a tree next to a stream, drawing nourishment so it can survive the drought. Believers facing a tough future need each other more than ever. This means connecting with fellow believers…
 
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