We are pleased to present the sermons of Dr. James Merritt, one of America’s great expository preachers. For more than 40 years, Dr. Merritt has preached God’s Word through the local church he pastors, as well as through Touching Lives weekly television broadcasts. 

Dr. Merritt’s messages are available here via digital download, along with outlines, note pages, PowerPoint slides and other resources. These resources are available for preachers and Bible teachers to use in touching a lost world with the timeless message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Courage Under Fire

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Scriptures: Jude 22-23, Matthew 9:36, 13:41-42, 25:41, 46, Leviticus 13:52

Jude has written firmly and forthrightly about the subject of apostasy. He writes with a firm hand, but with a broken heart. He knows that apostates are paving a one-way street of spiritual error that dead-ends in hell. He now encourages his readers not just to curse the darkness of apostate teaching, but to light the candle of evangelistic reaching. If a faith is worth having, it is worth sharing. Yet, statisticians tells us that 96.7% of professed Christ-followers in North America have never shared a verbal witness with an admittedly lost person.In this message, Dr. Merritt details Jude's heartfelt connection between our belief in Christ and our passion and desire to share His Gospel with others.

"I'm going to make a strong statement, and if it offends you, it may confirm what it says about you. If you do not care about seeing people saved, you should have serious doubts as to whether you are saved. We have great problems in our church today concerning lost people. The first problem is the vast majority of Christians today are not winning the lost. But that is not our greatest problem. An even greater number are not witnessing to the lost. That is, they are not even trying to win people." --Dr. Merritt

Keywords: Jude, apostate, apostasy, salvation, faith, Gospel, witness, sharing, burden, weeping, compassion, passion, Raymond Dunn, Louvre, confession, share, Peter Apples

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