What is sexual sin? How makes one particular act of sex different from another? How ar 2 people different from other 2 people? Sex is not evil - let us just remove that taboo. Sex is God given for our enjoymnet, and the drive to have sex isalso God given. God first command to Adam and Eve was go forth…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 124 views
Any transgression of the limits that God has set for the enjoyment of sex. Such sins are often life-dominating, but may be broken through the power and grace of Jesus Christ.
Clarifying Convictions/Changing Conduct
Being a Chosen Person is to know Christ and to make Christ known. Because of God's unrelenting grace and His enablement to us, we are to fulfill God's expectations.
I had a tougher time writing this sermon this week because I couldn’t stop thinking about this little fig tree. We don’t know much about it, except that it’s at least three years old, and barren. A barren fig tree in the middle of a vineyard seems like a pitiable character. But what good reason might…
Saints & Sinners
At the start of 1 Corinthians the church at Corinth is called “saints.” Yet when you read the book it was filled with sin: division, sexual immorality, selfishness, arrogance, pride and even Christians who don’t believe in Jesus’ resurrection. How can these sinners be called saints? Journey with us through 1 Corinthians and see how God calls sinners to be saints and what that looks like for us now.
Jonathan Sine • Sermon • • 16 views
“Exemplary Apostasy” Jude 5-11 I’m not sure how many of you are familiar with the phrase “expository preaching.” And you may find it strange that I begin our sermon describing briefly what expository preaching is. But I was reminded of its importance again this week. And here’s why. If you have spent…
The Corinthian Correspondence
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 7 views • 53:20
Ever thought about what kept the Apostle Paul up at night? What was it that was constantly on Paul's mind--the greatest Christian who ever lived--that gave him such consternation that he would be so very afraid to face the Lord? It was that he would be disqualified from the "race of life." What in Paul's mind consisted of being disqualified? And if Paul was afraid of disqualification, what about you and me? Join the Grace United crew as we learn how to avoid the pronouncement of "disqualified" on the Day of Judgment, when we stand before the judge of the world, the Lord Jesus Christ.