Description: Jude may be one of the most overlooked and under-taught books of the New Testament. Yet it is a book that is just as much needed in the church today as it was in the first century. This sermon covers the greeting portion of Jude’s letter focusing on the Christian’s Perception, Position, and Possessions.
Description: Paul provides parents with two commands: The first is negative as he tells parents what they are not to do. The second is positive as Paul instructs Christian parents on their responsibilities and duties before the Lord.
Description: The problem of division and disunity in the body of Christ is nothing new. It is a problem which Paul addresses in his letter to the church in Ephesus and which we will examine in this message. Paul clearly lays out the theological basis for the unity of the church by describing the work of the triune God in the lives of His people. Difficulty arises because those whom God has called to be His are made up of people from so many backgrounds that division seems likely. For this reason, Paul instructs his readers to better understand the unity they have in Christ and how that unity is to be lived out in our daily experience.
Description: “Many today love traditional wedding ceremonies with biblical language who would be repulsed if they comprehended the meaning. A pledge to take a woman for his wife commits a man to sharing life in its entirety. Man and wife are heirs together of God’s gracious gift of one life. It demands of him selfless thoughtfulness of her. The New Testament repeatedly urges men to love their wives and be considerate towards them.” — Walter Chantry, THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS
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