As tolerance is esteemed as virtue in today’s culture, what exactly are we willing to tolerate? In our study through Revelation 2, dig into the definition of tolerance and its folly. Instead we are called to love one-another, as Christ has loved us. Read Jesus’ words of commendation and correction to the church in Thyatira, expressly warning the church to repent from their tolerance of Jezebel.
In Philippians 2:1-11, Paul tells us that we are to treat others better than ourselves. We learn about the mind of Jesus Christ, how He served us here on earth, how He sacrificed Himself and showed us the epitome of selflessness.
In 1 Timothy 4, Paul warns Timothy to look out for three things that could break up a church: demonism, relativism and legalism. Pastor Brett elaborates on these three things: how they are seen in our culture today and what Christians can do to combat them.
This morning we take a closer look at our text in 2 Corinthians 6. Pastor Brett talks about the importance of not being unequally yoked in marriage, friendship or business.
Tonight’s passage has to do with the seals of the scroll, which are opened by the Lamb. These seven seals explain some of the key details of end time events. In addition to enhancing our own understanding, tonight’s teaching should serve as a reminder to be sharing the gospel at every opportunity in order to see people spared from these awful events.
As we begin the book of Romans, Paul paints a pretty dark picture of mankind and our depravity. Thankfully, that is not the end of the story. The black backdrop of our sin and our need makes the beauty of the Lord’s love, grace, mercy and forgiveness all the brighter!
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