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Saturday, February 28, 2009
Saturday, February 28, 2009
Sunday, February 22, 2009
According to the Bible, the relation between the husband and wife is one of equal essence yet distinct roles. Before discussing these specific roles, it is essential to know the foundation for all relations: the Trinity. Scripture reveals that though all the persons in the Godhead are equal, they also maintain distinct roles and authority. For example, not only was the son submissive to the Father during the incarnation, this pattern existed before and after the incarnation. Also, God created a world full of relations where the pattern of equal essence yet distinct roles abound.
Sunday, February 15, 2009
What does God intend for marriage? What are the purposes of marriage? Scripture identifies three: companionship, procreation, and sanctification. In order to experience marriges that are richly fulfilling, we need to understand God's plan.
Sunday, February 08, 2009
In the last generation,our society has experienced a massive change in its view of marriage. Increasingly,marriage is seen as disposable, optional, and redefinable. Underlying these changes is a diminished view of marriage's inherent goodness. In contrast, the biblical view of marriage is exalted because God is its author. This explains the striking evidence for the goodness of marriage: it is good for spouses, for children, and for society.
Sunday, January 25, 2009
Everyone longs for greatness. Jesus teaches that greatness is available for all people. However, the greatness he describes comes through service, not power and prestige. In reality, this is the only true greatness. We examine how service deepens discipleship, fulfills the 2nd Great Commandment, and brings eternal rewards.
Sunday, January 18, 2009
It was widely believed among the Jewish leaders and people that the coming Davdic King would conquer upon arrival. Jesus was convinced otherwise. What was the basis of his conviction? The Old Testament taught the Davidic King would first suffer and die. In particular, we will explore the Old Testament teaching of The Suffering Servant and The Stricken Shepherd.
Sunday, January 11, 2009
Have you ever heard the expression"You are either in a trial, leaving a trial,or entering a trial?" There is a lot of truth to it but in reality it seems that you are always in a trial to some degree. Why? God has created a world full of trials-they are inescapable. However, he has a reason for them which the book of James reveals.
Sunday, January 04, 2009
In the first part, we concluded by looking at Psalm 110 where David revealed his awareness of one greater than himself whom he called Lord. In the second part, we explore the divine identity and activity of the future Davidic king. Also, we see how Jesus demonstrated that he was the long awaited king.
Sunday, December 28, 2008
Many of our Christmas carols herald the birth of a king. But how exactly is Jesus a King, even the the King of Kings? The Old Testament predicted that the royal line would come from the tribe of Judah. Also, God promised King David a descendant who would reign forever (2 Samuel 7:13. Interestingly, David also reveals that he knew of a mighty ruler greater than himself. How can this be?
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