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.
Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics: Hank’s Monologue: Hank shares his thoughts on the biblical principles of financial stewardship. Questions and Answers: Is there any biblical support for the idea that those in heaven pray for us here on earth? I’m afraid my friend’s church is teaching modalism based on their [...]
On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes David Platt back to the program to continue discussing the vital topic of authentic New Testament Christianity and discipleship, which is so often lacking in the church today. Their conversation focuses on what it truly means to follow Jesus and His nonnegotiable command to go and make [...]
Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics: Questions and Answers: I recently lost my husband. When I join him in heaven someday, what will our relationship be like? Should I avoid attending a church with a gay minister? Is Jude 1:6 referring to fallen angels? Will we have the ability to sin [...]
Today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast includes the following topics: Hank’s Monologue: Hank share’s his thoughts on the sacraments of Baptism and the Lord’s Supper. Questions and Answers: Can you elaborate on the different degrees of rewards in heaven? What do you think those rewards will be? Should Reformed congregations split from mainline denominations and pursue [...]
Hank’s Monologue: Hank shares his thoughts on the dangers inherent in the eschatological view held by many in the church today. Questions and Answers: Ephesians 2:6-7 says we are seated with Christ in the heavenly places. Is this our current state, or will this take place in the future? How does this relate to [...]