Growing or Dying - No Middle Ground - Fred Tomlinson
By Fred Tomlinson
These messages will only be appreciated by those who are seeking to know the way of the Lord more perfectly. Those who may have run the gamut of today’s shallow Evangelicalism and long to discover and drink from the river of living water.
A scary title! But in this message—based around Jesus words from John’s gospel, chapter 15. Fred first highlights God’s purpose for His people, then identifies the knife.
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Against the backdrop of a very seductive enemy, the apostle Paul’s directs Timothy to be ‘a good soldier of Jesus Christ.’ In this message, Fred picks up that word and applies it to every Christian listening to his voice.
In this important message, Fred discusses the cleansing power of the word of God as referenced in Ephesians 5:26. Keeping in mind the Ephesian believers had never seen a New Testament—let alone read and studied it. Fred asked, ‘so how did that statement apply to them? Indeed to us today!
In this message I talk about the natural tendency for men and women to gravitate to outward religious activities, rather than seeking the true spiritual realities that God has made available for the people of God.
Someone said, “Worst thing you can do about the Christian life is to try to live it.” Too many try. Worse yet, they satisfy themselves with a powerless form—while convincing themselves it is the real thing. The authentic Christian Life is impossible apart from the active presence of the Holy Spirit of God.
This video describes a chain of events during a particular period of my life. I trust you will find it be be more than merely interesting - I trust the Lord might encourage your heart to more fully trust Him, as He weaves together all things for the fulfillment of His purpose and the praise of His glory.
This video has some very practical lessons. They are drawn from the account of Jesus directing Peter and John to sort the room for Him and the other disciples to enjoy that final fellowship in the Upper Room.
The voice of the Shepherd has a certain sound. He is calling U2 withdraw into His presence. Those who respond experience something uncommon among believers today. This message addresses that invitation.