As we continue our study through the book of Philippians, we read Paul kept the Philippians in mind, remembered them in prayer, and he had them in his heart. We learn how we should treat others in the church by the way Paul treats the Philippians.
Today, Pastor Brett explains the importance of not judging people by their outward appearance. We see a prime example of such mistake in Goliath before he fought David in 2 Samuel 17.
In 1 Corinthians 4, Paul continues his letter to the church at Corinth. Tonight we read Paul’s description of how a good minister, or servant, should behave.
Among christians, there are plenty of conduct issues that are debatable. And boy are they debated! Tonight, we take a good look at what God’s Word has to say about our motives and what drives our decisions regarding these issues. We will also be challenged with what our posture should be toward fellow believers when it comes to these same topics.
Romans 14:10-12 talks about “facing the music”. We are all going to be accountable for our actions in this life on judgment day. Paul reiterates Isaiah 45:23, saying that “every knee will bow and every tongue will confess to God.”
In Acts 17, Paul visits three different cities: Thessalonica, Berea and Athens. This morning’s teaching is a study of how the various people respond to the Gospel. Whether you are hearing the Gospel, or sharing the Gospel, this is a significant passage of scripture to consider.
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