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Sermons about St. Augustine
In this sermon we turn to one of the great minds of the church's history, St. Augustine. From him we learn a way of thinking about our loves or desires. We learn as well the nature of sin which uses these very desires to turn us away from God and towards self-destruction. Augustine finds the answer, not in denying loves or desires but in loving them "in God." Only by ordering our lives in this way can we enjoy all that God has made for us.
An exposition of Galatians 3:19-22 where Paul deals with the proper purpose and function of the Law.
An Exposition of Galatians 3:6-14 answering the question, What is the gospel?
God wants to get in touch with every human being. St. Augustine tells us what this was like in his experience:
This morning weâ€™re looking at our community, and in particular the need and importance of cultivating spiritual friendships within our community, because I am convinced that our growth as Christians is often hindered because we are attempting to go it alone. And because of our lack of real spiritual friendship, our witness to a watching world is diminished because they do not see the kind of love and support that only the family of God can truly possess in Christ.