Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 371 views
Sanctification results from the renewing work of the Holy Spirit and leads to the renewal of believers and their being equipped for ministry in the world.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 213 views
God’s people are called to holiness, which involves being distinct from other people. In the OT, this is seen in the command to separate from other nations and from everything that can compromise commitment to the Lord. In the NT believers are called to distance themselves from the ways and values of the world, which can be dishonouring to God and destructive to obedience to him.
God exist as a TRINITY . When I first began to study the Bible years ago, the doctrine of the Trinity was one of the most complex problems I had to encounter. I have never fully resolved it, for it contains an aspect of mystery. Though I do not totally understand it to this day, I accept it as a revelation…
Never Ending Story
Keeping Up with the Joneses Word got around about Barnabas Pride is the issue Not a new tactic - we feel we’re missing out Gen “In fact, God knows that when you eat it your eyes will be opened and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” Big S versus little s Not giving all was not issue - heart…
Russell Jeffares • Vintage Grace Church • Sermon • • 19 views • 39:00
Introduction Illustration : On our honeymoon ... some external pressures ... forgotten key, lost bag, etc. These things seemed to draw us closer. Real problems began when sin began to show itself from within. Up to this point in Acts, it has almost been a honeymoon phase. Even experiencing opposition…
A Special Kind of Crazy A story about Jack… and John and Jerry, oh and Jim John owns a paint store, Jerry is his salesman. They need a Point of Sale solution to sell their paint. They decide to create software, Point of Sale software to sell their product, so they hire Jack to make it. They like it so…
Jim L. Wilson • Illustration • • 3 views
I Don't Understand Some passages of scripture are easy to understand. Everyone knows what "Thou shall not commit Adultery" means, right? Well, almost everyone. But other passages make me scratch my head and ask, "What did He mean by that?" Though I can explain all the major interpretations of the book…