Description: The doctrine of Election… Perhaps no where in the Bible is it seen more clearly than in Genesis Chapter 25 and Apostle Paul’s explanation of it in Romans Chapter 9. Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the Book of Genesis and shares with us that the doctrine of Election is not some philosophical ethereal kind of “shelf doctrine,” but rather the picture of God’s sovereignty in the affairs of men and the way of salvation.
Description: Paul deals with the final issue in his appeal to Philemon by dealing with Onesimus’ outstanding debt. Paul is willing that the debt be written in his name and in that act, we see elements of the Gospel.
Description: In today’s message, we that a look at the second illustration that Paul provides on how a husband is to love his wife. That is, he is to love his wife as himself. This is bound up in a special unity that exists between husband and wife that doesn’t exist in any other relationship on earth. This unity is meant to reflect the unity that we have as the bride of Christ with our Lord and Bridegroom. What an amazing mystery.
Description: To be a Christian Mother is a high, holy and crucial calling. It is the highest calling any Christian woman can enter. We must never underestimate the power of God working through a mother to achieve His purposes.
Description: All Christians are under the authority of someone else. Husbands are accountable to the Lord and to the elders in the church. Children are under the authority of parents and slaves under the authority of masters. In our passage this morning Paul speaks to husbands and commands them to love their wives as Christ loved the church.
Description: All Christians are under the authority of someone else. Husbands are accountable to the Lord and to the elders in the church. Children are under the authority of parents and slaves under the authority of masters. In our passage this morning Paul speaks to wives to be in submission to their own husbands as unto the Lord.
Description: Paul gives us 5 participles to explain the consequences or results of a spirit filled life. We find that one who is under the control of the Holy Spirit is a person who has a heart that sings, a life of thanksgiving, and is a humble servant.
Description: In today’s sermon, we come to a controversial section of Scripture for two reasons. The first is that the mention of “alcohol” opens a can of worms for many Christians and the second is that there is disagreement on what it means to be filled by the Holy Spirit and the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. This sermon attempts to clear up any confusion and misconceptions regarding both of these areas and clearly outline what Paul means by this verse and why he makes such a comparison.
Description: Paul continues his admonition that we are to be imitators of God. We are to imitate God as we walk in love, walk in light, and walk in wisdom. Paul encourages us to make the most use of our time, literally redeem our time which is one way that we are to walk in wisdom.
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