The Preaching & Teaching Ministry of Dr. Steven J. Lawson
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Often times in ministry, one of the greatest challenges we as preachers of God's Word face is calling for the decision to follow Christ. In this short podcast, Dr. Steven Lawson shares his thoughts on the subject.
We at One Passion Ministries have been praying without ceasing for this season in which our nation finds itself. Dr. Steve Lawson has prepared a short video in which he shares his heart for our land, giving insight into how we can walk out this election season stronger in faith, hope and love for Christ. God bless you in this important period.
The month of September has been the busiest month yet for us at OnePassion Ministries. Though extremely busy, I am thankful to the Lord for this because it indicates many open doors that lay before us.
August has been an extremely busy yet wonderful month for OnePassion. This has been a time in which our serving the Lord has been greatly blessed by Him.
I continue to be thankful for the many doors that God opens for the preaching of the word of God and for training men for this calling. This past July has been filled with many such opportunities.
The young, zealous pastor of Dundee, Scotland, Robert Murray M’Cheyne, who flamed out for God at age 29 and gave himself to the work of God as perhaps no young pastor has so uniquely given himself to God’s work, said before he died, “The greatest need of my people is my personal holiness.” M’Cheyne understood that the effectiveness of his pastoral ministry,
Deep within the soul of every expositor, there must reside an unwavering commitment to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Regardless of the cultural currents of the day, and regardless of the changing of the times, he must be persuaded that faith in Jesus Christ alone is the only way of salvation. From Genesis to Revelation, the whole Scripture speaks with one voice, testifying that . . .
The one who would exposit the word of God must be sovereignly chosen and called by God to do so. This sacred call is a divine appointment buy which one is separated from one's mother's womb to preach the Scriptures. Such a sovereign commission was the experience of the prophet Jeremiah (Jer 1:5), John the Baptist (Luke 1:15), and the apostle Paul (Gal 1:15–16). Before they . . .
When accompanied by the ministry of the Holy Spirit, the Bible is entirely able to accomplish all that God desires to do upon the earth (Is 55:10–11). It is clearly seen in Psalm 19:7–9, where we find dix descriptions of His Word –– “perfect,” “sure,” “right,” “pure,” “clean,” “true” –– along with the effects . . .