May 24, 2015
Throughout history there have been two churches: the silent church and the confessing church. To become the confessing Church we must live, move, speak, and come in perfect alignment with the Word of God—which means, in part, that we must be willing to receive the heart, anguish, and Gethsemane of Jesus Christ. In this sermon, Eric Ludy discusses Pentecost, a dead bunny, the loss of a dinosaur, and the need for tears in the Church. You will discover that to be confessors we must have substance and action in our Christian lives rather than religious deadness. Are you willing for your eyes to be opened and for God to show you that which grieves his heart? Tears are powerful, and God desires to use them for His glory.