Description: The prophet Isaiah painted a picture of the rebellion in the nations: a place of idolatry, injustice, and insurrection; a place where God is ignored and His followers mocked, as man sits in his citadels of strength.
…That is, until God brings man’s city to ruin and his citadels to rubble.
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao virtually delivers a Resurrection Sunday Service to our church body as we watch from the safety of our homes during the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020 and reminds us that during these times when God brings people low, we rejoice.
We rejoice because God does it to rescue the afflicted and to vindicate His people. But there’s another reason we rejoice…a scandalous reason.
God brings people low to make the proud humble and remove the strength of the mighty and bring the ruthless to their knees.
And most shockingly, He redeems the ruthless so that they too worship Him.
Description: This sermon covers the introduction to Paul’s apostolic prayer for the Ephesian believers. Paul’s reasons for praying for the Ephesians are found in chapter two of the epistle as Paul teaches about the unity of Christ’s church. Paul now prays that the Ephesians understand these great truths. Many of these truths are ones that Paul struggled in understanding until confronted by the resurrected Lord. We will answer the following questions in this message:
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