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The fault of much Christianity today is that it has left out the importance of the mind and has merely appealed to people’s emotions or their "felt needs." The emphasis on experience instead of sound reasons for faith has seriously hindered the church’s witness in our time. The Christian faith is reasonable and therefore we must reason with people using the truth of Scripture. Paul would later write in 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, "For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ."
Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but God offers every believer an unfailing hope, a hope that promises it will not disappoint, a hope that is sure to satisfy through Jesus Christ. This message will help deliver you into that wonderful hope which makes you a tree of life to others. 52 minutes.
Series leading up to Easter about what Jesus taught the disciples in the Upper Room. Theme: True Love is the embodiment of saving faith.
The second installment in Pastor Kevin’s message series, The Five Love Languages, focuses upon the God-given language of Quality Time. To best apply these messages to your relationships, spend a little time learning the love languages of your family and friends and then make the adjustments necessary to value them as highly as possible. Let’s examine 1 Corinthians 13 to see two ways love behaves before we turn our attention to the love language of Quality Time.
John introduces this book, he gives us three truths that can change our lives.
But as I reflected on this text this week, the Spirit helped me to see that there is a way to believe in both the narrow gate and the wide circle. Think of the narrow gate as the Truth... The problem is that none of us have it. None of us can claim to have the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth about ourselves or anyone else. Yes, I have my truth. You have your truth. But let's be honest: neither of us is very close to The Truth. So thank God there is also mercy. The wide mercy of God gives us the grace we need to get through the narrow gate, as long as we realize that the grace that is wide enough to include us is also wide enough to include the brother or sister that has something against us.
Pastor Scott Gordon begins the end of his series on the intersection of Love & Truth in 1 Cor.
Living In Submission and Adoration