Join our study as we begin 1 John. Through a process of deduction, we learn the author of this book and why it matters. Just as pertinent today as in other times, 1 John is written as a sermon to the church brimming with blessing. Learn how your joy may be full through Jesus Christ, the promises of walking in the light and the forgiveness of sin.
In this teaching Pastor Brett brought a convicting word from Hebrews 12:14-15 warning us against the dangers and the poison of bitterness. We saw how bitterness blinds our vision, keeping us from seeing how wretched and in need of grace we are. We also saw how it blocks God’s grace in our lives, that it blossoms into trouble and ultimately blackens our soul with sin. We ended seeing a beautiful picture from Exodus 15 of how the Cross of Christ makes the bitter waters turn sweet.
Tonight, we’re reminded of a very simple, yet extremely important concept: God’s grace. Pastor Bryn illustrates this by studying King Manasseh of the Old Testament.
One of the biggest struggles that we deal with today is forgiveness. In Ephesians 4:31-32, Paul talks to the church about kindness and forgiveness - a lesson we can definitely glean from today.
As we continue our Bible study through the book of Ephesians, we see how we as Christians should act or respond to the grace God has given us. In chapter 4, we learn the church should be united. Pastor Brett talks about the grace of unity, the ground of unity and the gifts for unity.
In 2 Corinthians 9:15, Paul takes a moment to celebrate the free gift of Jesus Christ and what He has done for all of us. We look at all the aspects of this gift and all of its glory.
Pastor Bobby shares a teaching about the Word. David’s Psalm has much to teach us about the deep riches of God’s Word and the many ways it benefits us as we spend time studying.
In Chapter 5 of II Corinthians, Paul talks about what we, as Christians, should do during trials and tough times. Paul also discusses the Lord’s judgment.
The Bible uses the concept of the foundation of a structure to illustrate how we should build our faith. In 1 Corinthians 3:9-15, Paul discusses the importance of a solid foundation, how we should build and our reward in heaven.
In Romans 12:1, Paul urges “the brethren” to become wholly devoted to God. Pastor Brett talks about how we as Christians are to submit our bodies, our minds and our will to the Lord. We learn of God’s perfect will, His permissive will and the differences between the two.
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