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Please watch: "Is Jesus God?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDtcAvEMpOI --~-- Can I sin as much as I want to and still be a Christian because I'm saved by grace? Does once saved always saved give me the freedom to sin and take advantage of God's grace? Does eternal security give us a license to sin? These and other questions we will answer in this video. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LEARN TO STUDY THE BIBLE: https://biblestudymadeez.com The BEAT helps people grow spiritually by providing truth, training and teaching from the word of God. SUBSCRIBE TO THE BEAT: https://www.youtube.com/thebeatagp DOWNLOAD MY NEW eBOOK entitled, "Five Keys to Unlocking Your Purpose" ~ https://www.allenparr.com/five-keys-ebook/ __ Visit my website: www.allenparr.com for more helpful resources. __ BOOK ME TO SPEAK If you want me to come and speak in your area fill out this form below. http://www.allenparr.com/speaking/ __ LET'S CONNECT: FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/allengparr TWITTER: www.twitter.com/allengparr WEBSITE: www.allenparr.com YOUTUBE: www.youtube.com/thebeatagp
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Please watch: "Is Jesus God?" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NDtcAvEMpOI --~-- What Does it Mean to Step Out On Faith? HOOK: What does it mean to step out on faith? INTRODUCTION: Hey everyone my name is Allen Parr thank you so much for visiting my channel here on the BEAT we release a brand new video every single Tuesday and today we want to answer the question, “What exactly does it mean for someone to step out on faith?” And for this we turn our attention to the greatest chapter on faith Hebrews 11 and I want to zoom in on one man named Abraham and we pick up his story in verse 8. 1. Faith obeys the WORD FROM GOD – “By faith Abraham, WHEN CALLED.” a. I want you to notice something here that many people miss. b. Noah – The Bible says Noah “was warned” about the flood, so as a result by faith he went and built an ark. c. Abraham – It says Abraham “was called” so as a result he left everything… d. These men didn’t just come up with an idea, make a major life decision and say, “GOD I’M STEPPING OUT ON FAITH NOW BLESS IT!” Their decision was preceded by a word from God. e. So if you don’t sense a strong leading by God Himself then stepping out on faith is not for you. 2. Faith is willing to DELAY GRATIFICATION – vs. 8 – “He would later receive…” a. When you step out on faith you must be willing to accept the fact that what you want to receive from God may or may not happen for some time. b. Abraham – 25 years c. Joseph – 13 years d. So if you’re someone who is looking for an immediate blessing then stepping out on faith is not for you. 3. Faith moves FORWARD without all of the FACTS – “even though he did not know where he was going.” a. Stepping out on faith means you understand that God only gives you enough information to see right in front of you and He often times conceals the details about the journey along the way. b. So if you’re someone who needs the facts before moving forward stepping out on faith is not for you. 4. Faith is willing to leave that which is COMFORTABLE – “like a stranger in a foreign country” a. This one is so difficult for many of us. We value comfort, predictability and certainty. b. The problem with that is if we value it too much we will never see God’s power. c. When God calls you to an act of faith you must be willing to leave your family, a romantic relationship, a job, a church, etc. and this is why you must be sure that God is leading you because these are major decisions with major implications that could alter your entire life. d. Don’t make them without prayer and seeking wise counsel. e. So if you’re someone who values COMFORT then stepping out on faith is not for you. 5. Faith believes in the Supernatural power of God – vs. 11 a. “Faith COMMANDS you to do something you’ve CONVINCED yourself can never be done.” b. If you can do what you believe God is calling you to do without God then it’s not faith. c. So if you’re someone who only believes in the NATURAL then stepping out on faith is not for you. I don’t know what decisions you may have coming up but I want to encourage you to pray, seek wise counsel and if you believe that God Himself is leading you then step out on faith and trust that God will lead you every step of the way.
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Have you ever wondered why there were 4 gospels written instead of just one? Stick around and find out why.
Hey everyone, welcome back my name is Allen Parr and today we are answering the question, “Why do we have 4 gospels instead of just one?”
The first thing we have to realize is that each gospel was written by a different person for a difference purpose to a specific group of people.
During the time when these Gospels were written there was all sorts of information circulating around written about Jesus. There were healings, miracles, sermons, teachings, parables. Stories about His life, etc.
Each gospel writer carefully selected from this group to convince their particular audience that Jesus was indeed God.
So let's look at Matthew
PURPOSE: To convince the Jewish people that Jesus was the promised Messiah whom THEY had just crucified.
How does he do it? Knowing that the Jews believed in the authority of the OT, Matthew used more OT Scriptures than the other writers to show how Jesus was the fulfillment of over 330 prophecies written about Him in the OT.
ii. Focuses more on how Jesus was the fulfillment of over 330 prophecies written about Him in the OT.
a. PURPOSE: To convince the Romans that Jesus was the promised Messiah. So Mark had to get into the mind of a Roman and ask, “What is it that would convince me to believe that Jesus is indeed God?”
b. How does he do it?
i. His gospel is the shortest because he omitted things about Jesus’ life that would probably not convince a Roman to believe in Jesus.
ii. If you’re a Roman you don’t care where Jesus was born and who His great, great granddaddy is? Just tell me what He can do for ME!
1. Genealogy & Nativity
2. Jesus’ long teachings
3. Omits most OT references
iii. Mark knew that a Roman would be impressed with a God who performed miracles, healings and raised people from the dead. So Mark focused moreso on what Jesus did rather than what Jesus said.
6. Luke – Luke was a Gentile (non-Jew) who was writing primarily to a Gentile audience. When Jesus was alive there were all these groups that the Jews considered to be rejects (lepers, prostitutes, Samaritans, Gentiles, Tax Collectors, sinners, etc.) So, Luke says, you know what, “I’m going to write a gospel that will show people that Jesus didn’t just come for the good people, the religious people, the highly aristocratic Jew.” No, Jesus came for people like you and I who messed up our lives, made poor decisions, etc. And so Luke wrote to convince these people that Jesus came for them.
a. Luke includes stories in his gospel that are not found in any of the other 3 gospels to prove that Jesus came not just for the religious Jewish people but for people who messed up their life. (Prodigal Son, Thief on the cross, prostitute, ten lepers, etc.)
b. So next time you read Luke I want you to notice how Luke wrote to convince people that if you’ve messed up your life, if you need grace or you feel like you’ve made too many mistakes, Luke writes a gospel focused on grace!
7. John – John’s gospel is unique in that 93% of its content is not found in the other three gospels. John was writing to a general audience and his purpose was to prove that Jesus was God. He did this by focusing on 7 statements that Jesus made about Himself and 8 miracles that Jesus performed during His earthly ministry in hopes of convincing his audience that Jesus is indeed God.