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In this series (largely borrowed from James Emery White, who published it on PreachingToday.com) we're looking at out sinful selves. We know we're forgiven, but we also know we continue to sin. How should we understand this paradox? We're asking four questions and the first one is "Who am I when I sin?"
Primary claim: Those who know God walk in the light of obedience to him.
Preacher: Pastor Tony Simpson. Passage: 1 Timothy 2 v8. We must pray for those in authority. God has established authority in society so that we can live our lives in godliness and holiness, and it is part of the churches role to pray for those who make decisions in society knowing how much they affect our lives. We must give thanks for them and pray for their salvation because God our Saviour wants people from all aspects of society to be saved by faith in Christ. Our prayers must be genuine even for those who suppress us or persecute us knowing how gracious our Lord is.
This sermon asks the question, what are you relying on for salvation and righteousness. Paul proves that true righteousness only comes form the Lord!
This teaching examines the Scriptural concept of eternal security, differentiating it with the unbiblical concept of unconditional eternal security. Clearly, our salvation is a free, yet conditional, offer.