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Because God's message of salvation comes to his covenant people they must prepare for conflicts among themselves. Such conflicts are inevitable, if not more than a bit alarming as marking the life of God's people, because God's people are essentially no different than those outside God's covenant community; they are sinners. The conflicts that mark the life of God's people precisely because God's message comes to them are seen in the beginning of the story that centers on Joseph. Conflicts mark the life of God's covenant people for two basic reasons. First, God's messenger is sinful and secondly, God's message is offensive, and it is offensive not because there is anything wrong or defective about that message, but because the one's receiving the message are sinful. It means suffering for all God's people.
Pastor Joel Slater, pastor of Congregational Care, challenges us with a message about responsibility.
Does truth matter? Does God grade on a curve? What is the gospel? Listen as pastor Wayne continues preaching on Paul's final words to Timothy.
The Bible is the story of God and us. When God’s story intersects yours, you begin to live a new story. Moses and the people of Israel were saved not because they were good enough, but because they believed God.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: Isaiah 53 vv1-3. Sadly only a few people receive the good new of Jesus Christ. Isaiah shows that this has always been the case and that the Spirit of God is needed to reveal the truth to us. If the Spirit of God is not working then people will look at the fact that Jesus was ordinary and that the religious elite rejected him and they will reject him too. We need to look beyond these things to the reason why Jesus came, that he suffered and died to reconcile people to God.