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After being an infant in Christ, a believer is to grow into maturity through learning to give control of their lives to the Holy Spirit. ONLY AFTER that, servanthood. "A servant over whom his master has no power is not called a servant." 52 minutes
Salvation is a gracious intervention, a declared righteousness, a restoration of relationship, and a undeserved forgiveness.
Br. Glenn brings us back to our Revelation series. He preaches out of Ch. 21 and also mentions many other passages.
When we spend time with Jesus we find that He is the real thing. In our text this morning two of John’s Disciples spend the evening with Jesus and their lives are changed. They can’t wait to tell others about what they have found.
Where does the Christmas story end? With the visit of the Magi? With the return of Mary and Joseph with the child Jesus home to Nazareth. Today we take a look at how the Magi point to an end far beyond themselves.
This sermon deals with the perception of salvation, the purpose for salvation and the products of salvation.
Are you a growing Christian? We're talking about your Christian maturity, not how long you have been saved. You can be young only once, but you can be immature for a long long time. We expect our physical children to grow and we're pretty diligent about monitoring their growth. If anything seems to be lagging, we're prompt about seeing the doctor and looking for a reason why. How much attention do we give to our spiritual growth? You can be assured that God expects all believers to grow in grace. Listen to this message and do some thinking about your own growth in the Lord.
NO AUDIO TODAY DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES. The Baptism of Jesus by John signifies that Jesus takes on human form and is always with us. God's love is with us everyday.