Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 23 views
Paul, previously known as Saul, had been a zealous persecutor of the church, but an encounter with the risen Christ (c. a.d. 35) led to his becoming the apostle to the Gentiles, with a mission to proclaim the gospel throughout the Gentile world. He was probably martyred during the persecutions of Nero, possibly in a.d. 67.
Summary: Grace is not about what we do for God; it is about what God has done for us. INTRODUCTION TO GALATIANS 1. AUTHOR 2. RECIPENTS 3. PROBLEM 4. PURPOSE • AUTHOR OF THE LETTER: PAUL the apostle. We will talk more about Paul here in a few moments. • RECIPIENTS OF THE LETTER : Probably churches in…
Jacob Vanhorn • Sermon • • 13 views
The Call to Vocational Ministry The summons to vocational ministry is rooted in calling, yet confirmed by character, competency, and capability. Scripturally speaking, the local church is not to choose leadership based on cognitive might or blind faith. Likewise, it is unwise for an individual member…