Die to self? Or count yourself alive?

Why did Jesus sometimes ask people to keep His miracles a secret? Do we need to take up our cross every day? Die daily? If not, does this mean there’s no struggle? Is this just semantics? How is this an important and powerful truth in the moment of temptation?

Do you have a “dirty worm” view of yourself?

Are we simultaneously saints and sinners? Can you talk about the “dirty worm theology” so many have today? What does your tag line “Jesus plus nothing“ mean? What is our authority as believers to do miracles or heal people? Why is Jesus talking about nakedness and clothing in Revelation 16?

06.21.2023 – The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley

Why does 2 Timothy 2 say God will deny us if we deny Him? If we don’t think a certain miracle is authentic, does that mean we’re blaspheming the Holy Spirit and could lose salvation? Why does Paul seem to be seeking resurrection from the dead in Philippians 3? Why does 1 Corinthians 15 mention […]

09.01.2022 – The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley

Does God need to “break” us in order to use us? How do we help those who are grieving? Do believers need to tithe 10%? How did those described in Matthew 7 do miracles if they weren’t true believers? How can we be held accountable for not believing if only some people are chosen anyway?

07.12.2022 – The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley

I was taught my son would be healed because of my faith, and then he died. Can you speak to this sort of teaching? How do we have “the mind of Christ” yet our minds are being “renewed”? How should we interpret the meaning of “lawlessness” in 1 John 3:4? What are your thoughts on […]

05.30.2022 – The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley

Is Romans 7 the “normal” Christian life? Are we doomed to nothing but struggle? Is there a difference between regret and guilt? Why does Galatians 5:23 say, “against such things there is no law”? A pastor tried to raise someone from the dead at a funeral, but then decided the dead person wanted to stay […]

Jesus’ Two Reactions

Jesus sometimes told people to announce His miracles, yet other times He asked them to keep quiet.   Gary called to ask why Jesus had these two different responses when people witnessed His miracles.