— Last Sunday's Sermons —
Too many Christians live isolated and alone in the midst of a church family. The Scriptures know nothing of such a life. Christians are called to humbly open up their lives to others, and Paul explains why in Philippians 3:17-21.
Does the Bible have anything to say about Marijuana? Yes, it does. Biblical principles are applied to show us that “getting high” is not just an external issue, but it is an issue of the heart.
We aim to see that justification results in sanctification by seeing us free from the enslavement to sin to become slaves of God, and thus salves of righteousness.
Looking at the doctrines of grace, we will answer very important questions. Who is responsible for your salvation? If God is sovereign, is man still responsible? Does man choose God or does God choose man? For whom did Jesus die? Is it possible to lose your salvation? The answers to these questions will humble you, encourage you, and draw your heart to worship our Savior.
A look at the doctrines of grace and our salvation. In this study, we will answer some very important questions. Who is responsible for your salvation? If God is sovereign, is man still responsible? Does man choose God, or does God choose man? For whom did Jesus die? Is it possible to lose your salvation? The answers to these questions will humble you, encourage you, and draw your heart to worship our Savior.
Paul describes his physical and spiritual needs. Fun and challenging essentials are exposed in God’s Word.
Dr. Jim Rickard, who will give us his “Fourteen Steps To Financial Freedom”. Get ready to drink from the fire hose of practical help on this hugely important topic! You’ll hear wisdom from God’s Word on how to be a good steward of the Lord’s resources; every one of us, no matter what season of life.
Paul will describe to Timothy what his final plans are for those fellow ministers who are making a difference in the Early Church. Paul will describe servants who have done well (and one who did not), instructing us about friendship, loyalty, and mission.
Paul’s closing credits, his obituary describing his life as a fulfilled ministry. This is a crucial passage for you to live by.
Because for now our Christian Marriages- Friendships will be periodically marked by insensitive actions and sinful transgressions, we must for Christʼs sake resolve ahead of time to reflect Godʼs patience and forgiveness.
Closing credits for a life–what it means to depart to be with Christ.
Paul wraps up his charge to Timothy on preaching with a life-charge that fits every Christian. Every one of us needs to use discipline to plan our days, be prepared to suffer, not lose heart in sharing the Gospel with the lost, and fulfill our God-given ministry on Earth.
Husbands, love your wives
Paul describes the hearts of people and explains why preaching is so difficult. Paul is pointed, exposing the difficulties and dangers of not listening to the Word of God. He actually describes some of your family and friends. How they chose not to listen to sound doctrine, then drifted away toward being entertained by weak or errant teaching, leading to the final stage of believing myths or errors—subtle ideas that seem to be helpful, but actually damn the soul.