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Saturday, November 28, 2009
Last week, we learned about working out our salvation. This week, we learn how Paul specifically applies this principle to the Philippian church as they struggled with unity: do not grumble! Scripture instructs us that grumbling is a big deal- it brings judgment from God and disunity in the the church. Also, grumbling greatly damages our witness to the world.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Perhaps no statement is more assuring than is found in 1 John 4:8-God is love. As our passage teaches, God is the source of love. Also, God displayed his love most vividly through the cross. Where Jesus died for our sins and the Father willingly sent him on our behalf. Finally, we are reminded that as God's love is perfected in us, we are the visible display of the invisible God.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
An important but often neglected task of the church is the need to protect its core doctrines from false teaching. No doctrine is more essential than Jesus Christ. During the past two millennia, numerous attempts have been made to alter the biblical view of Jesus. The church must be diligent to preserve the biblical witness because a proper view of Jesus is necessary for salvation. In our passage, we learn about recognizing and resisting false prophets.
Sunday, November 08, 2009
After knowing the importance and exalted nature of the command to love one another, it might be easy to be troubled by how far we fall short. To give comfort we read 4 ways that God brings assurance of our fellowship with God: loving others, knowledge of the greatness of God, answered prayer, and the abiding presence of God.
Sunday, November 01, 2009
John is sometimes called "the apostle of love" because of his emphasis upon love. Though John has mentioned love, this passage is John's first developed discussion. Here, he teaches that love is commanded by God, reveals our salvation, and its true essence-sacrificial service.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
In both his Gospel and 1 John, the apostle uses the phase "born of God," a phrase that apprears elsewhere in the New Testament but is most emphasized by John. What is the new birth? Scripture instrusts us that the new birth is entirely a work of God, necessary for salvation, and a definitive change. Next, the question arises as to how we know that the new birth has occurred?
Sunday, October 11, 2009
The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant is a parable Jesus told to illustrate the forgiveness that the disciple of Christ is to have towards others that have sinned against them. The parable not only commands forgiveness but reveals the true source and power of forgiveness, that being the mercy and grace shown to us in Jesus Christ.
Sunday, October 04, 2009
Previously, we saw how John reminds believers that at the return of Christ, they will be made like him. In this life, they should be pure as he is pure. However, beleivers must struggle with sin. John gives a powerful exhortation about believers not practicing sin, especially in light of Jesus' sinless character and redemptive mission.
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