♦ Dr. Cucuzza’s Stack

We are excited and pleased to offer anyone and everyone several of Dr. Tom Cucuzza’s writings and his Gospel Videos.

Link to Dr. Cucuzza’s library of sermons on youtube:

Youtube sermons

Published April 3, 2015

Message of Hope: “There’s Room At The Cross For You”


PDF Booklet Handout – published July 4, 2014:

Its Meaning and application
Repentance Booklet PDF <<Click to download

Clear, Simple, easy to understand in plain language.

** Be Sure You Are Going to Heaven! © << Download (Beautiful color cover – suitable for Gospel Handout.)

Faith Without Works Is Dead © << Click to download PDF (What does it Mean? A detailed study of one of the most controversial passages in the Bible)How To

* The Permanence of Salvation © << Click to download PDF (Twelve Reasons why Once Saved, Always Saved is True.)

Invite your friends to view and listen to the Gospel by Dr. Tom Cucuzza. You will never hear it any clearer:

Here are the new hardback booklets/book
All of these are hardback 5″x8″ booklets if you wish quantities to distribute and the cost is $2.00 each shipping included:
  • Faith Without Works is Dead
  • The Permanence of Salvation
  • How to Be Sure You Are Going to Heaven
  • Repentance

This one is $12.00:

“Secure Forever! God’s Promise or Our Perseverance?|
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37 responses to “♦ Dr. Cucuzza’s Stack

  1. Holly Garcia Held

    Alison, glad you came over to read, this is a good grace-based site, and I’ve gotten some great info and fellowship over the years here. (Pass it on) 🙂

  2. Alison, welcome! We’re glad you have found your way here, and we are also thankful for Pastor Cucuzza and his faithfulness in preaching the gospel in its clarity.

  3. Just so happy to have found your site! A big fan of Pastor Cucuzza. God bless and continue the gospel message !

  4. Mary, I think the questions most people just skip over is ‘saved from what’?
    The large majority of the time where saved/salvation (sozos/soteria) is used in Scripture, it speaks to be saved or delivered from something other than hell.

    Romans 9-11 is about Israel in the Past, Present and Future. Unbelieving Israel cut off, and believing Gentiles grafted in. All believers will be cut off from the promises.

    Romans 10:9 speaks to a national confession for a national deliverance at the end, and that will be what Jesus told them in Matthew 23.

    37 O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou that killest the prophets, and stonest them which are sent unto thee, how often would I have gathered thy children together, even as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, and ye would not! 38 Behold, your house is left unto you desolate. 39 For I say unto you, Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord.

  5. Romans 10:9 was covered on the “Difficult Verses” page, wasn’t it?
    Whatever happened to that page?

  6. John, Whoops, my bad! I just saw your comment. My apologies. Got a little carried away there.

  7. Let’s all not forget the example of Simon Peter who had his moments where he was on ” top of the mountain” boldly and openly confessing Christ.

    Matthew 16:16-18 – 16 And Simon Peter answered and said, THOU ART THE CHRIST, THE SON OF THE LIVING GOD!

    17 And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven.

    18 And I say also unto thee, That thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.

    BUT then later, Simon Peter in fear openly, publicly, and verbally DENIES Christ 3 times when he was questioned. However, in both instances of confessing and then later denying, Simon Peter was still saved all along. His verbal confession and verbal denial had no bearing on his salvation which is a FREE GIFT. Open verbal confession and open verbal denial will only affect ETERNAL REWARDS at the Bema Judgment Seat of Christ – Matthew 10:32-33, Luke 12:8-9.

  8. We have had considerable discussion on this topic in the past, and have addressed this particular question many times.

    Please see below for a recent example:


    I would ask that we not rehash this.

  9. Mary, It’s also interesting to note that the blind man whom Jesus healed in John 9 who later BELIEVED openly confessed Christ verbally. His belief in his heart saved him right then and there, and he verbally expressed that joy in words. That blind man was first healed by Jesus which is a joyous and graceful thing that happened to him for now he can SEE. Then later, he receives the FREE GIFT OF ETERNAL LIFE BY FAITH ALONE and is saved right then and there. He could not help but yell out that joy of knowing that He was healed of his blindness and then saved by the Son of God possessing eternal life.

    John 9:35-38 – 35 Jesus heard that they had cast him out; and when he had found him, he said unto him, Dost thou believe on the Son of God?

    36 He answered and said, Who is he, Lord, that I might BELIEVE ON HIM?

    37 And Jesus said unto him, Thou hast both seen him, and it is he that talketh with thee.


  10. Hi Mary, Verbal confession is not imperative for salvation for there are some people who are born MUTE from birth and cannot utter a word, but if they BELIEVE in their heart in Christ and His finished work on the cross they are saved right then and there in a nanosecond for all eternity – John 5:24.

    Luke 7:50 – And he said to the woman, Thy faith hath SAVED thee; go in peace.

    Joseph of Arimathea did not openly confess Christ because of his fear of the unbelieving Jews, but he was a saved man as is also true of the chief rulers in John 12:42-43 as John earlier stated.

    John 19:38 – And after this Joseph of Arimathaea, being a disciple of Jesus, but SECRETLY for fear of the Jews, besought Pilate that he might take away the body of Jesus: and Pilate gave him leave. He came therefore, and took the body of Jesus.

  11. Mary, yes. The example I gave is one that requires the addition of confessing Christ, and I believe it is a false gospel.

  12. So for the record, I meant to say, would you go so far as to say its a false gospel.

  13. So would you go for the record to say its a false gospel that does not save.

  14. rinaboffa, people receive eternal life immediately upon belief in Jesus as Savior.

    Adding the condition of confessing Christ is not Biblical. If a person thinks they have to do something to receive eternal life, they are not believing in Jesus as Savior. So, adding confession of Christ, pursuant to Romans 10:9, as a requirement for receiving eternal life frustrates grace.

    Following is an example from a church near me. Their gospel is not the gospel, and is therefore a false gospel.

    We believe that all who receive by faith alone, Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and who confess Him as such before their fellow men, are born again of the Holy Spirit and thereby become children of God.

    We know from scripture that there are believers who did not confess Christ, but still have eternal life.

    John 12:42-43: Nevertheless among the chief rulers also many believed on him; but because of the Pharisees they did not confess him, lest they should be put out of the synagogue: For they loved the praise of men more than the praise of God.

  15. Hi guys, I know that you have probably covered this, but there are some new christians that are coming here, would you go so far as saying people who add romans 10.9 that make confessing jesus a requirement for salvation, would be front loading and corrupting the simplicity of the gospel, frustrating and nullifying grace. Therefore they would have a false gospel that does not save.

  16. Recently, I ordered some more of the “How to be sure you are going to heaven” by Tom Cucuzza. Someone else printed out some more from the free link when I ran out at the hospital. A friend asked me for some yesterday, she has run out, and she gave one to a young homeless man, and the other guy with him wanted one, but she didn’t have another to give them. May the Lord be willing to have them in the same area again once I replenish her.

    I just wanted to note that they both looked good, not something people would easily think to throw away. So if you print out from the free links, maybe do the outside with a nice thicker card stock type of paper.

  17. Curtis – lol! I love Tom too, and appreciate his thorough coverage. But we are doing his Revelation series in our Sunday night Bible study, have to laugh, one made a comment that the Rapture will happen before he finishes Revelation (Don’t tell Tom — although I know he reads here, it wasn’t me Tom!!!)

  18. Tom recently started a series on the book of Revelation. I have listened to the first two sermons, and I am looking forward to learning a lot more as the series progresses.

    Please see link below:


  19. Preston, I listened to number 12 last night – the woman at the well.

    I think Rokser would call them “sermonettes”!

  20. We all love Tom, but man he can make a sermon on 1 verse and talk about it for 45 minutes.

    58 parts to the book of John. Thats more than the number of weeks in a year. 🙂

  21. For those of you who are not aware, Tom has posted a large number of sermons on youtube under Northland Bible Baptist Church.

    Included in the sermons is a 58-part series on the Gospel of John.

    See link, below:

  22. Frank, welcome, and amen!

  23. frank woodward

    Praise Jesus forever
    that felt good

  24. Pastor N. John we pray for any work you do for the Lord to be blessed.

  25. Pastor N. John, welcome and thanks for your comment.

    I have prayed for you, and the people you mentioned.

  26. Greetings to you and your family in the mighty name of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ,

    I am pastor. N.John from India, i request you to please pray for me and our area poor pastors, and poor widows, and poor and orphan children, i and my family members we are all praying for you and your family and for your great wirk,
    Thanking you brother,
    Pastor. N.John

  27. Jesse – Eph 3:6 I believe gives the answer.

  28. Hi All,

    Are their any good links to sermons or books on dispensationalism? I want to further understand this way of interpreting God’s Word. Also, can anyone provide me clarity on the mystery Paul speaks of in Ephesians 3?

    God Bless,

  29. In listening to Tom C’s sermon on Spiritual Gifts (see link below), one verse really jumped out at me:

    1 Corinthians 12:13: “For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.”

    This verse obliterates any argument that water baptism is a requirement for eternal life. It says we are baptized into one body (the church) by one Spirit (the Holy Spirit). The baptism refers to receiving the Holy Spirit, which happens the moment we place our trust in Christ.


  30. Thanks Jesse,

    We are excited for you.. It is wonderful to rest in God’s Grace. Tom will be happy to know that.

    In Jesus Christ eternally, Jack

  31. I’ve been reading Pastor Tom’s book Secure Forever and it is truly a joy to rest in the grace of our Savior Jesus Christ. I’m not even half-way through the book and I know that I have blessed assurance through the FINISHED work of Jesus Christ! God bless you all!

  32. John,

    Thanks for transcribing that segment of Tom’s sermon. Really good Bible teaching!! Too bad such is not true in EVERY church!!!

    In Jesus Christ eternally, Jack

  33. Following are excerpts from Dr. Cucuzza’s sermon of August 11, 2013, entitled “Seeing our lives as God Does, Part 2.”

    Dr. Cucuzza deals with the false Lordship “salvation” teaching of “bilateral contract salvation” (aka works for salvation) and with the LS/Calvinist false teaching of “perseverance of the saints” (aka works for salvation).

    Both of these false gospels are contrasted with the real Gospel of salvation by Grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone.

    Minutes 8:00 – 10:52:

    “Now, most people think ‘OK, well what I’ll do is I’ll be good.’ Well, being good is just like taking the pages of my Bible, if my – the pages of my Bible – represented good deeds, you could put a whole lifetime of good deeds on top of there, and it makes us look better. You know, we go to church, we get baptized, we give money, we try to keep the commandments (none of us do, but we try), we get sorry for our sins, we promise God we’re going to turn from our sin (or we’re at least going to be willing to turn from sin). In all these we’re making bargains with God.

    Well, listen. ‘I’ll enter into a contract with you, God.‘ God says: ‘No. There’s no contracts.’ The verdict has been passed down. You are guilty, and a death payment must be made for your sin – a death payment. It’s the only payment. Good works will not pay for sin. So, then, what are we going to do? Well, there’s nothing we can do.

    That is why God came to earth – the Lord Jesus Christ – God the Son. Letting this hand represent Him – sinless. And, when Jesus went to the cross, because He had no sin of is own, therefore He was qualified to die for us. He was the God man. The only one who has ever been. And, when Jesus went to the cross, He took our sin – our sin – upon Himself. And He died in our place as a substitute. Shedding His blood, leaving us nothing left to pay for. And He came back from the dead, and He says this: ‘If you will believe’ – if you’ll put your faith in Him – that He made that payment for you – He will give you, as a free gift, everlasting life.

    He did all the work. All He asks you to do is trust in Him that He did that for you. And, the moment you do, John 6 verse 47, Jesus put it this way: ‘Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me hath (that means possesses right now) everlasting life.’ When you believe, the payment He made is good on your account, and He gives you everlasting life. He says He’ll never lose you. He’ll never cast you out. Doesn’t that get you excited? That’s the most exciting truth in all the world.

    And that’s why Paul – Paul knew that- and that’s why He said: ‘We are confident. We’ve got a home. We’re going to be with the Lord. We’re going to be absent from the body one day – present with the Lord.’ We know this to be true. Not ‘we hope, we guess – that’s what we’re hoping. We hope we persevere until the end.’ If you have to persevere until the end folks, you’re trusting in yourself. You’re not trusting in Christ.

    Jesus did it all. You just simply rest in Him by faith – that He made that payment for you. The work has been done through Christ. Now, you can reject the payment He made and say: ‘OK, I have to do this and this and this and this.’ But, now you’re taking your salvation upon yourself. And, you’re not a savior. I hate to hurt your feelings. But, you’re not a savior. Jesus is the only one, according to the Bible.”


  34. Truly awesome! Thanks for putting this all in one place.

  35. Tremendous! Thank you bro. Jack & bro Cucuzza!

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