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The Gospel overcomes our circumstance and it overcomes rivalry because it overcomes us.
As Acts shifts attention from Peter to Paul, we see clearly that it is the Holy Spirit doing the work the whole time.
In 1971 Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones, wrote a book titled Preachers and Preaching. In the first chapter he says the following: "The work of preaching is the highest and the greatest and the most glorious calling to which anyone can ever be called. I would say without hesitation that the most urgent need in the Christian Church today is true preaching; and as it is the greatest and the most urgent need in the Church, it is obviously the greatest need of the world also."
Continuing in Philippians, we ask do we pray like Paul does here, and do we love like Paul prays the Philippians will love?
The final installment of the Five Love Language series, today’s message focuses upon the topic of Physical Touch. We can use this language to positively impact so many of our relationships, especially with those people who have this love language embedded into their very fiber. Join Pastor Kevin in considering two powerful truths about love found in 1 Corinthians 13 before exploring the practical implications of the love language, Physical Touch.