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All Christ followers are part of building the church. Therefore, we come and gather; to receive instructions from the Lord. This is why we need to meditate on His word daily. To receive instructions from the Lord. This is why we need to teach our children daily. So they grow up in the instructions of the Lord. Do we sing "Holy, Holy, Holy" on Sunday morning and live the rest of the week like the world? Thru His instructions we are changed and it only He who can do this. Let's rejoice and proclaim His name!
Christ's vision is to build His church. He WILL build the church @St. Charles. So in extension we are His ambassadors. We are to proclaim His truths. Now why do we gather on Sunday morning? We could sleep in, play or watch sports or watch TV. But we are here. To hear from God! To be build up, so we are prepared for battle; to proclaim His truths. To be strengthened in His truths. So, we can proclaim them (the truths) from our hearts.
One of the critical things to understand in living the Christian life is the nature and role of good works. This sermon explores four key aspects of good works that are found in this passage: the basis, the essence, the need, and the goal.
In this very familiar passage, we learn what it really means to shine our light, the relationship between salt and light, and the two compelling reasons Jesus gives for us to shine.
Manage[ing] time to shine forth God’s glory through a life of good works.
A sermon on how God's grace intervenes in our life, producing growth and godliness. This sermon was delivered on Sunday, May 29, 2016.
There are many who fear or wonder about losing salvation. Is this actually possible? Does the Bible have strong counseling on this subject? When we inventory our thoughts of salvation, how much of the Word of God is being placed in our heart daily? Today's message will challenge us concerning eternal security.
Part 2. As we step out to "do" the work of the Kingdom, we find out how God looks for a very specific type of fruit. It isn't apples versus oranges versus bananas. God draws a line and judges the quality of our fruit, which reveals the truth about we who bear it. The first step of doing is to "do good." We have a sense of what we believe is good, but it is based on the feelings of the individual. God has a different idea of what is good, and He direct us to bear good fruit.
Part 1. On the Day of Pentecost, we celebrate the outpouring of the Holy Spirit for the first time on New Testament believers, and we pray for Him to come anew to our individual lives and our churches. The Holy Spirit was given, not just to have a party once a year, but to help us accomplish our mission. It is an unpopular idea, but we are saved to do, to be about our Father's business. God is looking for a people who aren't just sitting and waiting, but are busy fulfilling good deeds and doing the work of the Kingdom.
The Millennium is PRACTICAL to your daily life. Most Christians know very little about what Scripture says concerning what comes next, and even fewer understand what it means for them now in this life. Let's look at what God's Word has to say about what the Millennium means to your life today. (Part One of a two part message on the Millennium Brought by Nathan Warner).