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Once you realize that the first mile is being honest, straightforward, and responsible with the little things, the tasks at hand, then the question is... are you ready for the second mile? Have you paid your debts? finished the tasks? kept your word? Are you a profitable servant and steward of the Father's gifts or are you a charlatan, telling all you are a Christian, but really just being a heathen, thereby harming the name of Christ to all who see you not pay your debts, not keep your word, not be a man or woman of moral strength and character?
Galatians 2:11-14 presents a situation which reveals how easy it is for Christians, even strong Christians, to fall into hypocrisy. Pastor Wilson defines what hypocrisy is, scripturally speaking, its sources and harm to its practitioner and the community around him. He also teaches us how to avoid being a hypocrite, how to change course when we find ourselves in its grips and how to lean on the truth of the gospel.
The faithfulness of God...there is nothing like it! He is ALWAYS faithful, always concerned with our best, always loving us and wanting to bless us! He loves us with a tenacity that is unparalleled. Even when we fail, He loves...He is faithful!
John 2:1-11 | Rev. Steve Bostrom | The True Groom | Christ the King Presbyterian Church | Raleigh, NC
God desires for all marriages to be lifelong and enjoyable. He enables us to reconcile our differences. He empowered us to do this by reconciling us to Himself through the sacrifice of His Son Jesus Christ for our sins.
Discover a plan for purity when facing sexual temptation and desire as a single or married person.
This is the famous narrative of David adultery with Bathsheba and murder of Uriah her husband. In the preceding 2 chapters David had delt with those inside Israel (Mephibosheth) and those outside Israel (Hanan) with covenant Kindness and loyalty. One would see David's leadership as one where fidelity was the driving value of his kingdom administration if it were not for Chapter 11. In this chapter David show his divided loyalties between his own desires and his loyalty to God. Fidelity to God in David's life only went so far it seems. You can learn much about your fidelity to Christ from understanding where you compartmentalize your life to keep Christ's Lordship from intruding too closely. We also see ways of growing in our fidelity to Christ's Lordship including 1) Don't slack off prusing God through his Word, 2) Don't prusue earthly success to control circumstances, 3) Don't prusue safety in life apart from following Christ, and 4) Don't think you will grow without a heart that is absolutely surrendered to Christ's Lordship. This narrative should teach all believers that they can fall into sin just as easily as David did if we don't prusue fidelity with God in all things regardless of the cost. Listening to this sermon will help you see the importance of fidelity as you follow Christ as His disciple.