And yet, how often do we as Christians adjust our speech to coincide with the shifty, shady, ambiguous speech all around us?
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, as Pastor Monty takes a break to marry off a daughter during the Pandemic of 2020, we pull a message he delivered at the NCFIC “Hope for the Family” conference in 2019.
Words do matter.
For when we are not morally clear with our words, we no longer are speakers of prophetic truth.
…Because in our effort to not offend, we fail to preach the Rock of Offense.
Description: Do you ever think about the fullness of the Ten Commandments when making decisions in life?
…Or do you fall into the trap like the rich young ruler who viewed the Commandments only in the letter of the law and justified himself as having kept them his whole life?
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, the corona confinement continues as Pastor Monty Simao preaches a message that reminds us that God’s Moral Law is not just words written on stone, but the means by which we learn what pleases Him.
The Decalogue is a guide to every decision we make and, often in confusing situations, is the very thing that brings clarity.
Avg Guy:The Corona Crisis is Careening out of Control!!! The Constraints are Crazy! Those in Command say we Can’t Congregate, have Crushed Commerce, and have Cut-off Camaraderie! They are Culpable and must be Charged!
SBC Host: Woah! That’s a lot of C’s. Here’s one more: How ought the Christian think about and react to the world around us?
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao preaches a message, as we continue to move through the Pandemic of 2020, that reminds us that what we believe — and the Bible makes this very clear — affects how we behave.
And because of that, how someone reacts to the circumstances of life, gives us insight as to what hey believe about God.
Do they react in fear or in anger?… or is their reaction one of peace?
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