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How is the love of God perfected in us? We take an in-depth look at the Apostle John's explanation of the Sanctification process and how a Christian is supposed to deal with the flesh nature and sin after they've been saved. "I've been saved, but I still have problems, why is that?" The difference between observing His commandments and abiding in His Word. The harmony of the Scriptures (1 Peter, Psalm 119). What is the evidence of salvation? None of us can see the hearts of others (only God can), and are not to go about judging one another, but what are some warning signs John gives us about false teachers and false converts?
Do you believe in the power of God to work beyond your imagination? Are you willing to allow God to display His power through you? God's incomprehensible power is accessed through the prayers of faith in Christ and is aimed at changing us for His glory. God's power should move us to desperate prayer and joyful service all for His glory.
Every Christian has days or seasons in life when they feel discouraged about their progress in spiritual growth. What hope do we have that growth will ever take place? Paul gives us great hope in Titus 2:11-15 by writing about where spiritual growth ultimately comes from and what we can expect it to look like.
In Christ, God has afforded followers of Christ unbelievable power through his indwelling Spirit. This power is issued forth from our lives as we progress in the faith and grow in our knowledge of Christ's love for us. Therefore, we must pray with passion for others to progress by knowing what they possess.
Sermon #33 from "The Gospel Shaped Life" series. Scripture from Romans 12:1-2.
Christians are constantly pulled away from holy living by the power of the flesh. Yet the true believer continues to fight the flesh knowing they belong to Christ. The struggle of this life is explained by a short autobiography from the apostle Paul. Are you a Christian who is feeling wretched? Hear from Romans 7.14-25 how the true saint defies the gravitational pull of sin.