Did you know that as a Christian, you have the authority to forgive sins? In John 20:23 Jesus instructed His disciples to forgive sins. But what does John 20:23 really mean, and how do we apply it? This principle has the potential to radically improve your evangelism and your church life. The Community of Forgiveness “Do […]
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I recently received a question in an email from a disciplemaker I’ve been laboring with and training. He asked an interesting question that I thought might help others: Hi Jonathan, Hope you’re having great results as you take advantage of the lingering warmer weather. Praying for that. I’m continuing to try to grow in listening […]
This post continues from Prophetic Expectation (Part 1) Peter writes, “but as He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct, because it is written, Be holy, for I am holy” (1 Peter 1:15). God is not frustrating us or teasing us with commands and standards we cannot meet. We […]
As a child I once asked my earthly Father why I couldn’t ask God to forgive me for all the sins I would ever commit. It seemed like it would save a lot of time and grief. After all, I already knew that God would forgive me later for sins I wanted to commit now. […]
Jesus wept. – John 11:35 The shortest verse in the Bible holds deep meaning for every single follower of Christ and for all of humanity. Jesus eternally remains the ultimate example of humanity and the perfect revelation of God. His recorded life and His ongoing revelation of Himself to His Bride defines what it means […]
Jonathan Ammon preaches at Acts 29 Fellowship in Hamtramck, MI. At the end of this message, someone in the congregation interrupted the sermon to publicly repent of sin and surrender to Jesus Christ.