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There is a prevailing idea in the church that salvation occurs by grace and spiritual growth by the law. We'll see this morning that the Bible teaches that both our conversion and growth occur through the gospel of grace.
Both Genesis and Hebrews tell brief accounts of a man named Enoch. We do not know much about him--but there is one sentence describing him with great substance--"Enoch walked with God" (Genesis 5:24). Enoch was one of only two human beings to live, but to never die--the other was Elijah. The Bible says of Enoch, "...God took him." From Enoch's life we have to ask, what does it really mean to walk with God? More importantly, can you and I walk with God as well? In this message, Dr. Merritt shares biblical principles we can learn from the life of Enoch. Learn how to walk with God daily, intimately and powerfully, so that you too can have a life that is summed up in a short, rich and wonderful testimony--"One that walked with God."
When we expect something, we wait, look forward to, and consider something probable, reasonable, or obligatory. When our expectations aren’t met, we then experience disappointment. All this can lead to strong mental reactions toward an object or, in the case of our marriage relationships, a person. In this first of two messages on expectations, disappointment, and emotions in our marriage relationships, we will see how apathy about our expectations, disappointments and emotions in our marriages can blind us from seeing ourselves, our spouses, our families realistically. We will also learn how Godly knowledge frees us to think clearly and how discernment prompts us to act courageously when addressing expectations, disappointment, and emotions in our marriage relationships.
Kevin McKee preaches on knowing yourself and your relationship to Christ.
Listen as Pastor Tal continues the Holy Spirit series, this week talking about the gifts that the Holy Spirit brings to the church to build His body
What is a Proverb? What are the Proverbs for? What is Wisdom? Who are the Proverbs for? A message from Proverbs 1:1-7.