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Miles Valley concludes his two-part sermon on the crucified life by heeding us with what it means to bear fruit for God and how the crucified life will ultimately be the good work and beautiful thing that God intends us to experience.
The mystery of the empty tomb shatters every convention.
Why Jesus was crucified and what it accomplished.
Salvation by faith alone does not lead to freedom to live for ourselves, but freedom to live for Christ.
Reasons to look for Jesus in the old testament and some tools to help do so.
Jesus' last saying. He ended His life the way He began. The difference was obvious but missed by so many. Listen to the challenge to follow Jesus' example. The final message in the "While He Hung There" series. At the end of the message (27:00) there is a special song sung by our worship team with Jared Hood and Amber Mushegan joining them.
In Galatians 5:2-24, Paul warns the Galatians of two dangerous threats to their life of freedom: legalism (vv. 2-12) and license (vv. 13-24). In Galatians 5:13-24, Paul argues that Christian freedom does not mean freedom from all moral obligations. He recognizes that Christian freedom can be abused. Therefore, to guard believers against misunderstanding Christian freedom and thereby falling prey to the threat of license, In vv. 13-15, Paul defines the nature of Christian of freedom. In vv. 16-18, Paul describes the conflict of Christian freedom. Now, in vv. 19-23, to motivate believers to walk by the Spirit rather than by the flesh, Paul contrasts the fruit of Christian freedom. Specifically, he contrasts the works of the flesh (vv. 19-21) with the Fruit of the Spirit (vv. 22-23). Finally, Paul concludes by announcing the triumph of Christian Freedom (v. 24).