Jordan Irvin • Sermon • • 1,559 views
Theme: Holy Spirit makes the believer holy. Enabling him/her to live a holy life. Introduction: Now if truly we, who have received Christ Jesus the as the free gift of salvation from the penalty of our sins, are the temple of the Spirit of God, as I spoke about last week, then we must be a holy temple.…
Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 15 views
Peter Greets a wide group of people, mostly from Turkey. Peter describes these as the elect who are exiles to this world in the same way as Israel was the exiles in Babylon. These believers find themselves as heavenly foreigners under persecution and descrimnation. This descrimination has caused them to doubt the reality of Christ's Divine work on calvary. He reminds them of who they are (the elect,) how they became the elect (work of the Holy Spirit), and the purpose of the election (obedience/membership in the people of God). The purpose of telling us about the election of God is to help the believers trust in the divine work of God in their lives. Trust in the divine work of God is exactly what will help persecuted heavenly refugee's overcome the suffering they are facing in this world.
Peter and Paul - The Epistles
Rev. Delwyn and Sis. Lenita Campbell • Sermon • • 13 views
Knowing your heritage Inheritance refers to your future Last week, we looked at our future inheritance of eternal salvation, showing how its value surpasses the most esteemed earthly elements. In this you rejoice, though now for a little while, if necessary, you have been grieved by various trials, so…
Why did the prophets prphesy and what did they think about their own prophecies? Is the Old Testament written for New Testament believers? Cooper answers both of these questions in this weeks sermons.