Summary: Pastor and bestselling author Andrew Farley's weekly messages and radio shows.
What is the meaning of the Matthew 18 parable concerning the ruler who handed over a servant to torturers? If I feel bad about doing something, does that make it a sin? Can a believer insult the "Spirit of grace"?
My daughter was murdered by her boyfriend. Why did this happen? How do God’s choosing of Paul as an apostle and Judas' betrayal fit into the concept of predestination? Are we forgiven only if we forgive others first, as Matthew 6 describes?
I could have been a better mother, and I failed to be at my father's bedside upon his death. How can I work through the guilt I feel? If Jesus "came for the house of Israel", then how are we saved? Is ten percent the starting point for Christian giving? Give some examples of common distractions that get Christians off base. If God initiated with His grace, then what is our part in responding? Why do so many pastors and worship leaders pray for God's presence (to "fall fresh", to "rain down", etc.) to be manifest if He is already with us and in us?
ReThink: Is the whole world forgiven? Who are the “elect”? Is the Law written on the believer’s heart? Are health and wealth a promise to us in the finished work of Christ? (33 min)
Does "dead to sin" mean that believers no longer commit sins? What are your thoughts on "cheap grace"? What is the simple and true meaning of predestination? How much faith does it take to be saved? What if I experience doubt? Why is there no mention of casting out demons from believers in the New Testament epistles?
Does God punish certain sins more than others? Is remarriage considered adultery? Did Adam and Eve lose their salvation?
Do New Testament believers need to tithe? Why do things seem so violent in the Old Testament? Who does the world belong to- God or Satan?
What are your thoughts on God's warning to the seven churches in Revelation? I have a gambling addiction - how can I break free? Is the scary passage in Hebrews 6 addressing believers? Jesus has "overcome the world", but what does this mean for me personally?
In this fast-paced, popcorn-style message, I address some common misconceptions about God's grace and our new identity in Christ. Enjoy!
A younger woman proposed to me - what should I do? What does it mean to be "holy"? I was forced into marriage. My husband has cheated on me repeatedly. And he no longer supports me financially in any way. What are my options? Who is "judged according to their deeds"? What is the answer to my pornography addiction? Cheap grace. Greasy grace. Hyper grace. How is what you teach different from these? Is it okay to live together before marriage? How do we as believers define "sin" without the Law?
I heard a bizarre teaching about Adam and Eve - what do you think? What's an adulterer? Why was polygamy allowed in the Old Testament? Why does Peter write that "it is with difficulty that the righteous are saved"? Is "praying in the Spirit" the same as tongues? What does it mean that the Holy Spirit prays for us? If the Father needs to draw people for them to be saved, whom does He draw?
Does God punish believers? If believers are righteous, then what did Paul mean when he said no one is righteous? What does it mean to be free from the Law?
What does it mean to be under the law of Christ? Is our forgiveness from God conditioned upon our forgiveness of others? Is not having hate for one another a requirement to get into heaven?
My son struggles with homosexuality. What is some helpful advice? Is the spiritual heart our physical heart? Does God the Father live in us? What constitutes a false gospel?
Why did Paul have Timothy circumcised? Is it possible for a believer to lose their salvation? Does the Law or the Holy Spirit reveal sin to the unbeliever?