Bible Study Questions for Discussion - "They Have Done Away With the Cross!" by David Wilkerson, founding pastor of Times Square Church, New York City - December 23, 1996

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Bible Study Discussion

They Have Done Away With the Cross!

December 23, 1996

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Bible Study Questions

  1. How have people "done away with the cross"?

  2. How can I get Jesus' victory in my life? What will deliver me from this merry-go-round of sin and confess, sin and confess?

  3. Where was the controlling power of sin broken?

  4. How do we appropriate his resurrection and newness of life?

  5. How do you know you are saved?

  6. Have you had your crisis of the cross?

  7. What about your present sinful condition?

  8. What about that one stronghold you long to be delivered from?

  9. What is the greatest "grace preaching" in the world?

  10. What must we admit in order to receive victory by faith?

  11. What is the meaning of self-denial?

  12. What is true repentance?

Join the Discussion!

Date: Wed, 22 Jan 1997
From: Jeremy Carlos Garcia
Subject: RE: "They have Done Away with the Cross"

This was an excellent sermon. I formerly went to a "church" where they have "done away with the cross". There reasoning was that "Sunday is a day of celebration" and "to focus on the goodness and grace of God". The problem is my parents, who are not saved, attend this church and "feel good" after hearing their messages. It grieves my heart. These indeed are the last days. I praise God that 'He will lead His people into all truth". I encourage all if you attend a church where they 'scratch itching ears' to leave. Pray for God's direction but do not sit under such ministry too long. You may begin to compromise truth too. Proverbs 29:25 says "the fear of man bringeth a snare". Keep David Wilkerson in prayer because he (through Christ) has ministered to many in exposing Satans deception and "messengers of light".

J.C. Garcia

Date: Fri, 03 Jan 1997
From: Warren Ritchie Christianson
Subject: Power of the Cross of Christ

It is my objective to spend a minimum of 1 hour a day studying the life of Christ, especially the closing scenes of His life on earth. Experientially, I have learned that I am like Paul in Romans 7. Even though I have a lot of Bible knowledge, I still have a nature that is prone to sin, and my only hope is to daily die to self and accept His life to empower me. Please pray for me, that I can help my relatives and those I work with experience the joy I have found in Christ.

In Christ Jesus,

Ritchie Christianson

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