This past weekend I was down in Orlando at the Ligonier Ministries National Conference and had the opportunity to hear from a number of great speakers. Perhaps the message that left the biggest impression on me was the one Ravi Zacharias gave on the Resurrection.
I wanted to give you the opportunity to listen to the message and pass it along to others who might benefit (skeptics, doubters, and fellow Christians). Below is the message:
He is Risen Indeed
The Apostle Paul tells us that if Jesus is not risen from the dead, our faith is in vain. Yet, many professing Christians deny the physical resurrection of Christ. In this message, Dr. Ravi Zacharias will give a defense of the bodily resurrection of Jesus against modernist skeptics inside and outside the church and against postmoderns who don’t think it matters. He will explain that if Jesus is risen, nothing else matters, and that if Jesus is not risen, nothing else matters.
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If you haven’t had an opportunity to look at the upcoming Ligonier Conference in Sanford Florida, then take a look below. I’m going to be going because its a great time to be refreshed in the word, and grow spiritually. Some of the church’s top preachers and theologians will be speaking, so if you have the opportunity to break free for the weekend, it would be well worth the time. Here is more info from the website:
Standing Together On the Bedrock of God’s Truth
Is the church in America alive, or is it dead? This question is not as easy to answer as it might seem. There are many outward signs of strength. A large proportion of people in the United States profess to be born again. Politicians often profess faith in Christ. Megachurches dot the land.
When we look a little deeper, however, we find signs of death. Many professing Christians deny the existence of objective truth and ethics. Some elevate personal experience to a level of authority equal to Scripture. Congregations neglect preaching in favor of marketing techniques and entertainment. Such things reveal a hollow core, a lack of steadfastness in those things that endure.
Revelation 3:2 tells us that when we see death and not life, the faithful remnant is called to “strengthen what remains and is about to die.” Now, perhaps more than ever before, we must stand with conviction. We live in age of compromise, but if we stand on the bedrock of God’s truth, we will not bend with the winds of relativism and faithlessness.
Conference Info here