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The Example of Priscilla, Aquila, and Paul: How to Relate to People who are Different from us Spiritually
Priscilla and Aquila, and the Apostle Paul, assist people whose understanding of the message of Jesus is sincere, but incomplete.
We're running a race to the finish. The Christian is called to endure; drifting away from the faith, giving up, burning out - these are the seeds choked by weeds or falling on rock that Jesus was talking about in his parable. Paul wrote to Timothy to persevere, mentioning people who had begun well, like Demas, but who abandoned the faith as he was too "in love" with the present world. The danger of drifting, of abandoning the faith, is a reality for many of us. The path that Christ walked, the way of the cross, IS the path he has called for each of us who belong to Him.
Today we begin a message series called "Winning at Bethany!” Over the next few weeks, we will take a trip around the baseball diamond to see how our faith develops at each of the four bases - that is, how we can grow spiritually mature in our walk with Christ. Today’s scripture comes out of Romans 1 and helps us understand the significance of first base, having a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. In the passage, Paul answers three questions about the gospel that show us how anyone can receive forgiveness of sins through faith in Christ.
Pastor Scott Gordon exposition on 1 Cor. continues with LOVE & TRUTH, Resurrection Part 2, "Pic & Plan." Pastor Scott discusses 1 Cor. 15:12-34.
Introduction The Apostle Paul collected money to take to struggling Christians in Jerusalem. This was an important project to Paul, showing up multiple places in the New Testament. In today’s passage Paul encourages the Corinthians to follow through on their participation. In the process, he helps us understand the role of giving in the life of the Christian.
Pastor Scott Gordon continues his examination of 1 Corinthians.
Believers must diligently confront apostasy because it remains a constant threat- even within the most theologically sound churches.