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Saturday, August 29, 2009
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Worldiness is a great challenge to Christians, perhaps more so in modern culture than ever before. This message offers three important principles to help them be "in the world but not of the world." Also, a few words of instruction are given to parents who have a special responsibility in protecting their children from the world.
Sunday, August 16, 2009
In Christian circles, we often hear "the world' or "worldliness." What exactly does this mean? In 1 John 2:15-17, we read perhaps the definitive passage about "the world." In todays passage, we explore the meaning of the phase "the world," and its danger to or love for God.
Sunday, August 09, 2009
Thus far in 1 John, the apostle has sought to draw careful distinctions between genuine believers and the false teachers disrupting the church. Now, he turns his attention exclusively to the believers to give a strong word of assurance about their identity in Christ. Also, John offers specific encouragement to mature and younger Christians alike.
Sunday, August 02, 2009
In 1 John 2, the apostle relates how the commandment "love your neighbor as yourself" is both old and new. It is old in the sense that this command was given 1500 years before in the Old Testament. It is new in that Jesus tells us to love each other as he has loved us. In a real sense, Jesus fulfills and elevates the command, especially through his service and sacrifice. We are to follow him. As John relates, our response to Jesus' new command is another indicator of whether we genuinely know Christ as Savior and Lord.
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Church Planter Brian Hart shares about the importance of telling your story of what God has done in our lives. In Joshua 4, God commanded Joshua to gather 12 stones as a memorial to God's deliverance. Now, we ourselves are the living stones who declare the glory of God to the world.
Sunday, July 19, 2009
Do you know Christ? Not know about Christ but know him personally? To provide assurance about this vital question, John offers two helpful guidelines or tests. By honestly evalvating our hearts, we can have greater confidence that we indeed know Christ.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
Why was I created? Every person wrestles with the question of meaning and purpose. To find purpose it is essential to look to the one who made us. Jesus specifically teaches what the primary reason for our existence- to love God with our whole being.
Sunday, July 05, 2009
As we begin the second chapter, John exhorts his readers not to sim. However, he knows that sin will happen,so what should we do? Turn to Jesus our advocate who intercedes on our behalf before the Fahter. What does Jesus plead on our behalf? Amazingly he pleads his own atoning sacrifice. The wonderful news is that because his sacrifice was of infinite value, it can continually be applied to forgiving sins.
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