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Because God's message of salvation comes to his covenant people they must prepare for conflicts among themselves. Such conflicts are inevitable, if not more than a bit alarming as marking the life of God's people, because God's people are essentially no different than those outside God's covenant community; they are sinners. The conflicts that mark the life of God's people precisely because God's message comes to them are seen in the beginning of the story that centers on Joseph. Conflicts mark the life of God's covenant people for two basic reasons. First, God's messenger is sinful and secondly, God's message is offensive, and it is offensive not because there is anything wrong or defective about that message, but because the one's receiving the message are sinful. It means suffering for all God's people.
Week 5 our of 7 in the "Seven People, One Saviour" series. This sermon tells the touching story of a sinful woman who met a compassionate Saviour.
It is a poor center of one's life when the center is self.
Six points that cover why anger can be sinful.
The story of the Jesus, the Pharisee Simon, and the sinful woman, challenges all of us to ask, "How much have I been forgiven?", and "How much love has this inspired in me?"
We have...New Names. New Natures. New Character. New Life. New Potential. A New Identity. A New Future.
How to gain perspective and security and then enjoy the abundant life.
Spiritual change requires that I recognize I am sinful, seek God's cleansing, and learn to walk by the power of His Spirit.
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The letter to the Ephesians in Revelation begins with a commendation. Jesus commends the Ephesians for their doctrinal purity. They have fought false teachings and have remained faithful to the truth without growing weary and giving up. Yet, though they have remained doctrinally pure, they have ceased to be faithful witnesses for Jesus because they lost her first love for Jesus. Jesus calls them to remember the depths of their sin and how much they have been forgiven. Some of us are like the prodigal son or the sinful woman in Luke 7, and we know we have been saved from a life of sin. We have been overwhelmed by his grace, but over time, the memory fades and we grow prideful and self-reliant. For others of us, the danger is that we have never had a sinful woman experience. We may not have ever felt desperate, out of control, absolutely empty, and needy. Our savior walks among his people and he sees them all. He will forgive us if we will stop trying to be perfect and simply fall at his feet and beg him for mercy. Run to the one who, though his face shown like the sun, willingly took on flesh to die on the cross in our place.