The Call Of Moses By Monty Daffern
The Main Message of the Bible Series: The Account of Noah
The account of Noah in the Bible, is like the rest of scripture, it brings us as of first importance a message about the God, who created us and calls us into loving fellowship with Him. He is powerful, faithful, and in loving-kindness He makes and keeps His covenant with mankind. The account of His covenant with Noah gives us these principles to teach us about the God, who calls us to Himself in Christ Jesus (Gen 6–9; Acts 14:16-17; 17:30-31; 1Cor 1:9; Jn 17:3; 2 Tim 3:15-17).
The main message of the Bible: God, the Creator of all things, seeks loving fellowship with mankind. If we can keep this idea in mind, it will help guard us from being overwhelmed by the enormity of Scripture, and help us get life from the God who gave it!
Mark Allen: The Meaning of Justice
Tyler Jones: The Meaning of Suffering & Anguish
These young men have spent the week with the church at Oldham Lane studying wisdom from the Bible and learning principles of preaching the word. Today two of the seventeen young men are preaching the Word this morning to the called out in Merkel.
Through Distance, Darkness, and Enemies – God Is There
Good friends and neighbors, we say, are there with us through it all. God, far beyond a good friend or neighbor is there. Our search in this life needs to be for Him, who knows us the best (Psa 139; Heb 13:5-6).
Mamas, rain, and the Bible all have this in common – they give us life. Rain, we simply cannot live without as it waters our earth so it can feed us and flourish. Physical life, for us, begins with our mamas. God’s gives us life eternal, if we will follow the example of the earth and receive it and if we will follow the advice of our mamas and take it to heart!
(Psa 139: 13; Isa 55:8-11; 1 Pet 1:23; Heb 4:12; 1 Cor 13:1-4)
Luke 14: 26-28
A report from Ghana, Africa, and gospel message from Frank Essien.
1 Cor 10:24, 2 Pet 1:3-4, 1 Pet 1:22
All God has told us in Ephesians up to this point: God’s eternal purpose of redemption and forgiveness (1:3-14), Paul’s prayer that the church know God better – having the eyes of their heart enlightened to know the hope of their calling, the unsurpassed power of Christ, and His seat of authority over all things (1:15-23), God’s workmanship in His people to bring them from death to life, from wrath to grace and good works (2:1-10), Christ Jesus, Himself as our peace – as members in God’s household (2:11-22), the dependability of Scripture as God’s own word (3:1-13), God’s love, His power, His Spirit abiding in us to His glory (3:14-21), Our God given unity in the body, the gifts of instruction and leadership to stabilize, mature, and build each of us up (4:1-16), Living as children of light in a dark world, putting off our old selves and being made new in the attitude of our minds, and living lives of love (4:17-5:14), these things have all paved the way to warn and encourage us to be very careful – how we live! Submitting to others out of reverence for Christ is the name of the game we are called to play, and marital relationships are first on the list (5:22-33).
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