In John 6:35, may conclude that Jesus is equating “coming to Him” with outward profession of belief. In this message, Pastor Hoskins places this scripture in context of the current discussion to show that Jesus was equating coming with being a believer in the sense that one is born again. This interpretation liberates us from […]
In todays message, Elder Marty Hoskins reminds us that though this world will give us tribulation, Jesus has overcome the world. Since Jesus has overcome the world, he has made us overcomers as well.
The interactions between Jesus, the man, and his natural family are an interesting study in redemption and consolation. In this sermon, Brother Marty examines the interactions between Jesus and Mary (the mother of Jesus). We see that this relationship appears strained and fractured, especially as Jesus enters his public ministry and becomes a more and […]
The Mark account of the rich young ruler, we are told that Jesus loved him. This love is important to the narrative and the interpretation of the events that unfold between this young man and Jesus. Brother Marty uses the story of the rich young ruler to teach us about election and God’s love for […]
1st Timothy 1:15 tells us that Jesus came into the world to save sinners. Jesus told us that the well need not a physician but the sick, therefore he did not come for the righteous, but the sinner. When we realize that we are sinners, which only happens by revelation, these are greatly comforting truths […]
Scripture paints a clear picture that God is sovereign in salvation. Brother Marty looks at Ezekiel 36 and the many references where God says “I will” to demonstrate that, as Jonah said, “Salvation is of the Lord.”
In Psalm 51, David makes a heartfelt plea to God to repent of his series of sinful actions that led to his adultery and murder. In this message, Pastor Marty talks about the impact of sin on the offender and the offended.
In today’s message, Pastor Marty discusses the doctrine of Adoption. This is a powerful presentation of the Scriptural doctrine that should bring great comfort to us. We invite you to listen in and be blessed by the word of God.
In Romans 6:1-14, Paul challenges us to choose to walk in the newness of life rather than continuing to live and dwell in sin. We have a choice to be “IN” this or “IN” that. This is sin and that is the newness of life. Today’s message is a powerful reminder by Pastor Marty that […]
In Psalm 56, the psalmist tells us that he is under attack, but in spite of the difficulties he had put his trust in God. In this message, Pastor Marty tells us about the things that scripture describes as a being “in God.”