Time and Chance

Many things which happen to us in life are unexpected. No matter how careful we may be, tragedies may happen. As Solomon said, “Time and chance happen to us all.” (Ecclesiastes 9:11) In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin shares a personal testimony which shows the importance of having a personal relationship with God and His Son Jesus.

The Origins of Easter

Millions and millions of Christians go to church on Easter Sunday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Many may not realize the pagan origins of the Easter holiday. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin uncovers some of the pagan origins of Easter while showing what the Bible says about the importance of the death and the resurrection of Christ.

“Your Witness”

In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler shares the ways our personal witness can impact others in a powerful way. Rick shows that it’s not just what we say, but it’s our daily interaction with people which can make a powerful witness for God and Christ.

Is God a Mystery?

Many times when a Christian is asked to explain the relationship of God the Father to His Son Jesus Christ, the Christian will say, “God is a mystery, we can’t possibly understand Him”. Is this true? Is God a mystery? Is it impossible to understand God and His Son? Is Jesus co-eternal with His Father? Is He co-equal with His Father? Is God truly a Father to Jesus and is Jesus literally God’s Son? In this sermon, Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin is speaking to a group of Christians in Lexington South Carolina and he addresses these questions and more while showing how God reveals Himself through His only begotten Son Jesus.

Ask, Seek, Knock

In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler takes us to the Old Testament to view the garments of the high priest, Then Rick contrasts this to the garment Jesus wore when He was on earth and why it’s vital to have the living Jesus as our High Priest in heaven today.

Faith Without Works is Dead

Faith Without Works is Dead

In the Bible James said, “Faith without works is dead” (James 2:17). Does this mean that our works save us? Can good deeds get us into God’s Kingdom? In this program, Mark and Rick show the importance of a correct understanding of this text. (Broadcast date 3/19/2017)

Our Hope of Glory

Jesus said to His disciples, “I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever;” (John 14:16 KJV) Who is this Comforter? Is it someone other than Christ Himself? Does it really matter what we believe in this regard? Many Christians are surprised to see what the Bible actually says about this topic. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope speaker Rick Tyler answers these questions from the Bible and shares why the true identity of the Comforter is so important.

Wisdom Personified

This is the second of two sermons covering Proverbs chapter 8. In this sermon Prophecies of Hope evangelist Mark Martin shows how the content of Proverbs 8:22-36 is much more than just the attribute of wisdom. Mark shows how a correct interpretation of these verses is absolutely vital to how we know and understand the relationship of God the Father with His only begotten Son Jesus Christ, and how this relates to all of humanity.