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Posted: January 07, 2018

What makes a person “right” with God? This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we’re studying the second half of the fifteenth chapter of Acts. Here the apostles and elders address the Gentile believers, outlining exactly what is, and what is not, required of them in order to follow Christ.

Posted: December 31, 2017

Is there a formula for becoming a Christ follower? This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we’ll turn to the fifteenth chapter of Acts, where Paul and Barnabas are in Jerusalem, setting the record straight among Jewish believers about what is required in order for a gentile to find salvation in Christ.

Posted: December 24, 2017

There’s no such thing as a bed of roses without thorns. This week on No Falling Word, we’ll continue in the book of Acts as minds are reached, hearts are changed, and disciples are made. But living out the Christian faith isn’t always easy, and the disciples are reminded that hardships must be endured in order to see the kingdom of God.

Posted: December 17, 2017

Exalt the message, not the messenger! This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, in the fourteenth chapter of Acts, Paul and Barnabas continue traveling and preaching the Gospel to Jews and Gentiles. When Paul heals a lame man, instead of bringing glory to God, the miracle causes confusion, division and trouble. Some sermons don’t get very far. When Paul and Barnabas tell the good news of the Gospel and then a lame man walks again, instead of focusing on the message of the Gospel and source of the miracle, the crowd focuses on Paul and Barnabas!

Posted: December 10, 2017

On No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we hear a word of promise, and a word of warning. In the thirteenth chapter of Acts, Paul is speaking to both Jews and God-fearing Gentiles, drawing a connection between David and Jesus. He anchors the Gospel message in ancient history, warning his listeners not to reject Jesus again. Paul explains to the crowd at the synagogue that Jesus Christ is the fulfillment of God’s promises to their ancestors. That the justification they couldn’t obtain through the Law of Moses is freely available to them through the resurrected Christ.

Posted: December 03, 2017

This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we’ll turn to the thirteenth chapter of Acts, where Paul is speaking in a synagogue to the Sabbath crowd. He gives an impassioned and historical account of Israel’s covenant relationship with God, and then connects that message of God’s grace and provision to salvation alone through Christ the Messiah. We are His, but we are His by His choice. God has elected us, and He provides for us. We receive His ultimate gift of provision when we put our faith and hope of salvation in our Messiah, Jesus Christ.

Posted: November 26, 2017

The Word of God is a powerful thing. Today on No Falling Word, we’re studying the thirteenth chapter of Acts, where Barnabas and Paul are sent by the Holy Spirit to carry forth the “great commission.” In their travels, the men meet with opposition, and are reminded that God’s Word brings not only salvation, but also judgment.

Posted: November 19, 2017

Who’s in charge around here? Today on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we continue with the second half of last week’s message in the twelfth chapter of Acts, where king Herod had James and Peter arrested. James was put to death, while God delivered Peter from prison. Why did God choose to save Peter, and what will He do with Herod?

Posted: November 12, 2017

It’s a story of the persecutor and the persecuted. This week on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we’re studying the book of Acts, chapter eleven. King Herod is angry that the Gospel is successfully spreading, so he has James and Peter arrested. What happens next? Who will be killed? Who will be rescued? And how will God use it all for His glory?

Posted: November 05, 2017

Have you ever wondered where we got the term, “Christian?” Today on No Falling Word with Liam Goligher, we’re studying the eleventh chapter of Acts, where scattered believers are being gathered into a new covenant with Christ. These believers aren’t Jews, and they’re not pagans. This is a new group of Christ followers—Gentiles and Jews together, as one.