Is faith mental assent or action? Open your Bible, as we discuss a great story of faith that is recorded for us in Mark 2:1-12.
Zach Collins | The Gospel in Five Seconds￼
What are the five seconds in the gospel of Christ? Open your Bible, as we discuss five decisions which pertain to our soul.
Zach Collins | Great Sermons of the Past | The Greatest Thing on Earth￼
What is the greatest thing on Earth? Open your Bible and follow along, as we explore a sermon once preached by brother Batsell B. Baxter.
Zach Collins | Great Sermons of the Past | After Baptism, What?￼
What responsibilities must we fulfill after we have been baptized into Christ? Open your Bible and follow along, as we explore a sermon once preached by brother Wendell Winkler.
Zach Collins | Great Sermons of the Past | There Is Water in the Plan￼
What is God’s plan for salvation? Open your Bible and follow along, as we explore a sermon once preached by brother Marshall Keeble.
Zach Collins | Great Sermons of the Past | The Savior’s Invitation
Zach Collins | Great Sermons of the Past | The Savior’s Invitation Who is the Savior’s invitation extended unto? Let’s explore the this sermon, preached by N.B. Hardeman in 1922, and how it is applicable to our lives today.
Article | The Three Men Named Ananias
By: Zach Collins Have you ever heard someone utilize this generalization? It will start by them saying, “There are two types of people in the world”, and then they will proceed to compare competing views of the same subject. For example, there are those who make your life easier – and those who make your life harder. Or, there are those who live their lives to please man – and there are those who live their lives to please God. How about this generalization? There are those who eat baby back ribs with their fingers – and those who eat their baby back ribs with a fork. I’m ashamed to reveal that I identify with the latter. However, in the book of Acts, this is true as we find three men named Ananias who lived different lives. In fact, one could say that each of the three men named Ananias represents a different type of person today. As we explore their situations, let us ask the question: Which Ananias do you identify with? The first Ananias is featured in a dramatic episode that took place in the first century church in Jerusalem, in Acts 5. In the spirit of generosity, which was shared by most New Testament Christians (e.g., Acts 4:32), a man by the name of Ananias, along with his wife Sapphira, sold a parcel of land which they owned. However, the two conspired to lie about the profits they earned from this sell, not only to the …