Truth Under Siege

The great Christian Reformers of the Middle Ages, such as John Wyclif, John Hus, and Martin Luther, each exemplify the transforming power of a testimony tried by fire. There is an eerie relationship between reformers like Hus and the biblical prophet Jeremiah. They both, unlike the false prophets in our midst today, experienced the power of the presence of a living God whose name was to be revered!

In this message, Hank Hanegraaff reminds us that just as the Great Reformers and Prophets of old were willing to give their utmost for God’s highest not only in the public square but each and every moment of the day, we, too, as followers of Christ need to realize the paramount importance of redeeming each moment of our lives for the cause of our precious Redeemer.


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