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This is the beginning of the series on Romans. This talk the Romans are introduced to Paul an apostle and slave of Jesus Christ. Pete looks how at rather how Paul doesn't describe himself but how he introduces himself to the church in Rome.
Because of Israel's great disobedience and rebellion God falls silent for the first time in human history, but he is not absent. This week we journey through the four hundred years spanning the time between the old and new testaments when a silent God was still hard at work.
Should The Church be involved in politics? While this is a worthwhile question, a better question is, "What does God have to say about politics?" I suppose it depends on what a person means by politics...but there is no doubt "the gospel" is political. A brief look at history will clearly show us this reality. Yet what we do with the reality (answer to the above question) is not so easy...
In the Old Testament, to fall into the hands of Gentiles was a sign of God’s judgment and curse. Jesus’s curse bearing ministry continues as he interacts with the Roman rules, Pilate and Herod.
Paul was told by God that he would proclaim the Gospel in Rome, and in Acts 28, he does just that. Nothing can prevent the plan of God from happening. What can we learn from Paul's story? (1) Talk about Jesus, (2) trust God with the results, and (3) finish the mission that Jesus began and Paul continued - taking the Gospel next door and to the ends of the earth. Our only choices in response to this command are to go ourselves, send others, or else be disobedient.
There is a passage in Revelation that has baffled people for years. What do we do with the release of Satan in Revelation 20? Note - this whole seminar does not deal with only Revelation 20. NOTE - much information for Revelation 20 was taken from "Dragons, John, and Every Grain of Sand" edited by Shane J Wood. This is a phenomenal book.