Profound truth. Simply stated. The official podcast from Love Worth Finding Ministries.
Adrian Rogers has introduced people all over the world to the love of Jesus Christ and has impacted untold numbers of lives by presenting profound biblical truth with such simplicity that a 5-year-old can understand it, and yet, it still speaks to the heart of the 50-year-old. His unique ability to apply biblical truth to everyday life is yet unparalleled by other modern teachers. Visit https://www.lwf.org/ to learn more.
We are fast approaching a loveless world; in our mechanical society, it is clearer than ever that real love is what we lack. In this message, Adrian Rogers shares three observations about real love, and why it is exceedingly valuable in our lawless age.
Zeal: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Every Christian needs a burning, blazing, passionate love for the Lord Jesus Christ. However, we must be careful with our zeal, so that it doesn't become misguided. In this message, Adrian Rogers shares the good, the bad, and the ugly parts of zeal, so it does not lead to extremism and fanaticism.
When Prayer Seems Unanswered
There is no substitute for prayer; it is to our spiritual life what breath is to our bodies. But sometimes, we find ourselves perplexed, because it feels our prayers are unanswered. In this message, Adrian Rogers explains the four ways God answers our prayers.
A Conquering Church
God made man and woman to have dominion, victory and mastery; it is the very reason we were created. In this message, Adrian Rogers shares how Christ has given us kingdom authority on Earth, so we may come together as a conquering church.
A Worshipping Church
We were created to worship God; it is the act of worship, and coming together as a worshiping church that transforms our lives from monotonous to momentous. In this message, Adrian Rogers shares the meaning, motive and method of true worship.
A Praying Church
There is no substitute for prayer, and a church is only as useful as her prayer life. In this message, Adrian Rogers shares three factors to consider as a praying church.