Lurdez M. Castello • Sermon • • 1,509 views
TRES DIMENSIONES (ETAPA) EN LA VIDA DEL CRISTIANO (periodo de tiempo) *Porque de la persecución Corría el año 64 D.c. en la ciudad de Roma. Ese verano, un incendio destruyó gran parte de ella. Muchos creían que el mismo emperador Nerón era responsable del siniestro. Sin embargo, para evitar el odio del…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 18 views
Freedom: 1959 was the year of my birth – I am a child of the 60’s! Although I was just a child, there was a great social movement by youth in the 1960’s – a reaction against what they perceived to be the failure of the older generation that had led to two world wars, corruption, oppression and a world…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 16 views
Because of sin humanity is in a state of slavery. On account of the atoning work of Jesus Christ, believers can break free from slavery to sin and enter into the glorious liberty of the children of God.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 13 views
The NT does not condone slavery but recognises that slavery exists, and that many slaves have become believers. The status of slaves in the church is transformed by the work of Jesus Christ. Slaves were accorded greater respect because they were seen to be spiritually equal with others.
Luke Simmons • Sermon • • 5 views
Outline Introduction: What you believe impacts how you behave God wants his people to be free In what way are we naturally enslaved? i. Everyone has a “Center” ii. Everyone is a slave, both religious and irreligious people How did Christ free us? i. Christ’s life and death forgives us when we fail and…
Timothy Berg • Sermon • • 1 view
Peter urges his readers to submit to both good and evil governing authorities, and to patiently suffer injustice, first, because this honors God’s sovereignty and witnesses the Gospel to a lost world, and second, because the example of Christ’s own unjust suffering provides a paradigm that reveals that those who worship a God who was crucified are called to walk the way of the cross.