We may not be slaves with earthly masters but this passage addresses our heart and our eagerness to serve others as an act of worship.
In Hebrews 8, we see Christ as our perfect high priest and the terms & conditions attached to the better covenant, which he himself mediates. Christ is revealed as all-sufficient in saving sinners.
What happens at the Lord's Supper and how should we come to the table that we might honor Christ?
Paul would not believe Christ and persecuted His followers. But God poured out His grace upon him and saved him...as an example of God's patient mercy in Christ.
Paul's emotive ending to his letter gives us three vital truths for the local church if it is to remain faithful to the truth.
Nel Scheepers • Nelspruit Bible Church • Sermon • • 3 views • 40:28
We are commanded to rejoice, but can we do this in trials and difficult circumstances? Yes! If our joy is in the Lord we can always rejoice, whatever the circumstances!
Christ's coming to snatch His people is imminent. This passage gives us details of this promised event for our encouragement.
We are told how to relate to elders in the church in light of God's judgment - both with caution and courage depending on whether they are faithful in ministry.
Following Christ is a joyful slog! This passage commands us to persevere and gives us great reason to keep going.
Teaching Scripture is a priority in the local church, which is the pillar and buttress of the truth. This passage tells us how such teaching should be done, whether in the home or from the pulpit.