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Dedicated and Disciplined Proverbs 8:1-36 Wisdom keeps us far from wickedness and perversion. Genesis 5:21-24 In your spiritual life you have to be disciplined and dedicated. In anything if you are not disciplined and dedicated, it will fail. Enoch = Dedicated, Disciplined God is looking for dedication and discipline. Jude 1:8-23 Hebrews 11:4-6 Isaiah 27:1
Br. Glenn takes a break from the Revelation series and teaches on Salvation & Sanctification. Who gets saved? What and how doe the sanctification process happens? Some of the key verses were: 1 John 3:2-3; 1 Peter 2:9; Romans 1:18-25; Galatians 5:19-21; Matthew 7:13-14 & Matthew 7;21-23. God bless you!
Who are Christ's disciples - those who are busy doing the work of Jesus or those who sit at Jesus' feet and hear his word and worship him?
Paul specifically calls out to the parents, specifically fathers to not provoke them. Before a parent can effectively train their children's heart, they must first look into their own.
Series: Journey Through the Bible. The goal is to help people understand the Bible - to get a start understand the importance of the complete Bible and encourage further study. This sermon is on 1 Corinthians. Theme: A living faith touches every area of living.
Thankfully, I am not a miserable Methodist, but General Conference does challenge my faith in ways that makes me uncomfortable, to say the least. But that is good for me, because no spiritual growth ever comes out of comfort, only out of discomfort. "Through many dangers, toils and snares, I have already come. Tis grace that brought me safe thus far and grace will lead me home." It is amazing grace that teaches us that life in the Spirit is not an easy life. In fact, it has its share of what Rohr calls "necessary suffering." Just look at Jesus. Look at the cross. The cross will tell you that any church that is built on love is a church that is built on suffering. Any Christian who is going on to perfection in love (as Wesley used to say)—that is, learning to love even the enemies of love—is going to endure a lot of suffering. We just have to remember that Jesus' suffering ended in resurrection and, by God's grace, ours will, too.