59 results for tag: Jesus


The Titles and Attributes of Jesus

Who is he? What is he like? Could you describe him? Most people have heard his name -- but the vast majority of people -- even many Christians -- are not aware of Jesus' attributes.

I Want to See

By Greg Albrecht— For the last time during his earthly ministry, Jesus was en route to Jerusalem. He had only a few days left in his earthly life—with every step he took toward Jerusalem he knew he was that much closer to the awful pain and suffering that awaited him. The road took him through Jericho, a city located about 17 miles northeast of Jerusalem. It was just before Passover—one of the three times in the year when pilgrims traveled to Jerusalem to celebrate the feasts of the old covenant. So the road was crowded with travelers, and as a result there were many others alongside the road—small businessmen and entrepreneurs, as well as ...

Jesus Took Our Place

Barabbas was a condemned criminal and would have died on the cross except that Jesus took his place. Jesus substituted for Barabbas and he substituted for you and for me. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0015.mp3  

Who Is Jesus? Part 2

Some years ago, a popular song asked the question “What if God Was One of Us?” Think about it — what if God knew what it was like to be betrayed, lonely, hungry, suffering and discouraged? It’s true — God has become one of us and he knows what its like! https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0004.mp3

Who Is Jesus? Part 1

Was Jesus merely an enlightened teacher, like Buddha or Muhammad, who taught people how to behave better? Or is he God–who lives his resurrected life in us? Find out in part one of this two-part series. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/PTR0003.mp3

“Break It Up” by Ed Dunn

We received a distressing email from our Mom the other day. Both the tone and the content of her words were uncharacteristic, and alarmed my brothers and sisters and me to a point of picking up the phone. Over a series of calls at different times, we needed to make sure she was okay. Our Mom’s message expressed a deep concern for everything that’s been happening in our nation today - the political divides, the racial divides, the economic divides, and the fact that no one seems to be listening to anyone, anymore. She lamented how far we’ve come, so fast, and that, not in a positive direction. She then went on to worry about the world her ...

We’ve Always Done It This Way

Join us as we explore facing change and living a new life in Jesus Christ. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR488.mp3

What Would Jesus Do?

Join us as we explore the question, "What Would Jesus Do?" as it pertains to paying taxes. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR486.mp3  

Married to Jesus

Being one in and with Jesus is not a quick-fix relationship - it's a long-term commitment. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR485.mp3  

Jesus is Here – Not Over There!

We examine the far-fetched attempts made by some religious professionals and the institutions they represent, in a vain attempt to own Jesus. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR473.mp3  

The Jesus Train

The lyrics of the old gospel song "This Train is Bound for Glory" proclaim that it doesn't carry no gambler, smokers, two bit liars or small time jokers - but "The Jesus Train" welcomes all those people and many more. https://www.ptm.org/mp3/FreeDwnld/RCWR465.mp3

Love or Justice?

by Greg Albrecht The discussion of eternal torment and the fate of the "unsaved" is often framed, by the law and order crowd, as a matter of God's love or his justice. Those who are intent on relegating those who, to their knowledge and satisfaction, have never heard or accepted their version of Christianity to eternal torture, often characterize those, like myself, who primarily look for answers based on God's love and grace, as soft-headed, soft-hearted and weak. So which is it—love or justice? Is God primarily a God of love or a God of justice? Here's what I see as the fundamental flaw in real, he-man, tough-as-nails Christianity: ...