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A. And by this we know that we have come to know Him (v.3) 1. If we keep His commandments (v.3) 2. If we keep His word (v.5) B. The Result: 1. The love of God is perfected in us (v.5) 2. Assurance: We know that we have come to know Him (v.3) C. This is related to obedience The Test: Do we keep His commandments?—1…
Robert J Smith • Sermon • • 2,571 views
The Principles Holy Living Colossians 3:1–17 (READ V.1) This is not the if of condition; it is really the if of argument. The lives of these Colossian Christians evidenced their salvation. What was the evidence? (Col 1:3-5) 3 We give thanks to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, praying always…
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 91 views
A setting apart. Separation is at the heart of the biblical idea of holiness. God is separate from his creation and has set apart his people from the world. Sin causes alienation between God and humanity, making necessary the reconciling work of Jesus Christ. The end of the age will bring the final separation between the righteous and the wicked.
Prayer: For the past several months I’ve been contemplating where we would head after Easter. It wasn’t really clear to me where we were going to head until this past Monday. Up until this point in time, as AFBC, we’ve only gone through an OLD TESTAMENT survey for a particular sermon series regarding…
"Life in the Spirit" Romans 8
Introduction The past few weeks we have been looking at what the scriptures tell us about the role of the Holy Spirit in our lives. We have unpacked the New Testaments basic theology around the role of the Spirit, being filled with the Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit. Each of these sermons were laying…
INTRO: LIFE in the Spirit Paul says that the law, the Old Testament laws which the Jewish people kept, served to show us all how we are sinful and how we are in need of help. in fact the law will show us the outline or the permitter of sin and death, so that we have a consciousness about when we sin,…
6 knowing this, that our old man was crucified with Him, that the body of sin might be done away with, that we should no longer be slaves of sin. 7 For he who has died has been freed from sin. 8 Now if we died with Christ, we believe that we shall also live with Him, 9 knowing that Christ, having been…
A survey of all of the pieces we have been studying in the first eight chapters of Romans. Very lengthy, but some of the most powerful theology there is.
Dr. David Fincher • Sermon • • 29 views
It’s dangerous to use a word and not know what it means. (Mr. Barrett illustration) There is a chance that you have used the word worship for a long time without knowing exactly what it means. And yet, so much can be said and only begin to scratch the surface talking about worship. Churches have feuded…
Jarred Edgecombe • Sermon • • 16 views
God’s Word on a Successful New Year Romans 12:1, 9-13 A boy told his father, "Dad, if three frogs were sitting on a limb that hung over a pool, and one frog decided to jump off into the pool, how many frogs would be left on the limb?" The dad replied, "Two." "No," the son replied. "There’s three frogs…
HEBREWS-JESUS IS BETTER
• Do we/I fast, and can we as a group fast together? • Read Philippians 1:29 and 1 Peter 2:19-23 this week and together as a group • This week, consider Hebrews 12:4's assumption - we're fighting areas of sin. https://www.transcendchurch.org/sermon/hebrews-123-12-children-not-peers/
Who is you
Pastor Ricky Guy • West Fresno Christian Center • Sermon • • 11 views • 47:07
Are you struggling with your identity as a Christian? Follow us as Pastor Ricky goes in depth on the importance of knowing who you are in Christ!
All Things Are Possible
Trei Watters • Rincon Baptist Church • Sermon • • 10 views • 29:46
While much of the church's understanding of the Gospel is based upon studies and commentairies of the book of Romans, the rich doctrine of the book is to be explored with genuine submission to God's leading and with an ear attuned to the Holy Spirit.
Turn to 1 Peter 1 There seems to be a perception about God and the Church in our society - that God and the Church exist primarily to fix problems. “If God’s is so powerful, and He can fix all my problems, then He should fix all my problems and the problems of the world” - or so goes the idea. Of course…