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written by Julia Johnston, is one of 500 hymns that Johnston penned. Her dedication to people during her lifetime was an act of Grace--a reflection of what Jesus extended to us, a Grace greater than sin!
written by Julia Ward Howe, was born out of the Civil War and Julia's love for the tune of "John Brown's Body." A pastor friend of hers encouraged her to write her own words and the result is valiantly patriotic.
written by Martin Luther, came from Martin's desire for music to be sung by the "laity" as opposed to music only being sung by monks and the church's representatives.
This passage deals with the body of Christ. Ronnie reminds us that the body needs diversity, that God has placed us in the body and we have no reason to feel inferior or superior. All of us are born again to do God's work by God's power and to take risks of faith in serving God. We are to share God's heart for people.
We are told that God's grace can never be taken away or withdrawn. However, the Biblical case for this is often not as straightforward as we are led to believe. In fact, there is something that can place God's grace out of our reach. Find out what it is. Jn 10:27-28; Ro 8:35-39; Jas 4:1-2; Eph 2:1-9; Mt 18:23-35; 1Jn 4:7-21
So much of parenting methods focus on behavior modification instead of heart transformation. The Bible makes it clear that the heart is producing the behavior we see in our kids. So, how do you do it? How do you address the heart of your child and get to the root issues in their life? In this sermon we'll look at secret #2 and focusing on your child's heart. This is the reality; if you miss your child's heart you'll have missed your child. If you get to their heart, you'll get their behavior thrown in.
We've put so much focus on the Cross, that we typically don't see the Resurrection as we should. Jesus' Resurrection is the Heart of Christianity. Hear why as we take a look at Jesus' atonement, payment for the debt of His people, His death, AND His Resurrection. We have no proof that we've been forgiven our sins apart from this momentous occasion!
The modern Evangelical Church has become preoccupied with worship style. At some point we need to stop and compare how we worship to God's Word and see if it pleases Him. It may not matter what style we choose to worship with, but the heart we bring to worship does matter. Tonight, we discuss David's insight on how to worship God properly.
Scripture: Mark 7:1-23; 1 Corinthians 11:17-33 In Jesus day, the washing or cleansing of hands, food, and cups, pots, etc. had less to do with our sense of cleanliness than with being clean before God. There are two types of hypocrites: Claiming to be or do something that you are not or didn't do. Condemning someone of something of which you are guilty. Hypocrisy is when what is on the outside does not agree with what is on the inside. It is not what you do or say that matters to Jesus, but what is in your heart. Do not embarrass God by claiming you are a Christian, but having an evil heart.