This sermon is an exegetical treatment of Romans 14. The apostle Paul addressed the problem of strife between brethren in the context of liberties. How are Christians supposed to conduct themselves in matters of indifference and conscience? Ppt: Our Liberties and Our Love Outline: Our Liberties and Our Love Download: mp3

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In 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8, the apostle Paul noted the importance of sexual purity within the life of sanctification. Christians are supposed to abstain from the depraved sexually immoral life by maintaining control of their bodies, instead of giving into the sexual appetite like those who do not know God. Ppt: Sexual Purity Outline: Sexual Purity …

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“And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of sleep; for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed. The night is far spent, the day is at hand. Therefore let us cast off the works of darkness, and let us put on the armor of …

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“The Roman Road to Salvation” is a popular way of explaining the steps necessary to receive salvation. Paul’s epistle to the church in Rome is an in depth treatment of the subject of God’s scheme of redemption. An honest study of the text will reveal God’s will for man, and by submitting to His will, …

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Paul had appealed to Caesar, and Festus intended to send him that direction (cf. 25:9-12), but before doing so, he needed to formulate a letter so as to inform Caesar of Paul’s situation. However, because he was “uncertain of such questions” (25:20) concerning the Jewish religion, Festus turned to Agrippa for assistance in writing such …

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This lesson is an exegetical treatment of Romans 9-11. Fleshly Israel was rejected by God when they rejected Jesus as the Christ. The only way they could be saved was to accept God’s terms of salvation and submit to them. When God cut them off, He grafted in the believing Gentiles. However, if the Jews …

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Grace is an important theme in scripture which is sadly misunderstood by many. A look at Titus 2:11-15 is helpful when considering the grace of God. Ppt: The Grace of God that Brings Salvation Outline: The Grace of God that Brings Salvation Download: mp3

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“For many are called, but few are chosen” (Matthew 22:14). Jesus uttered these words at the conclusion of His parable of the wedding feast. The king invited some, but “they were not willing to come” (v. 3). He sent more servants, but still they refused (v. 5-6). Even though they were called, they were not …

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Obedience, election, and grace are Biblical terms which are intimately related. The evidence for their cohabitation is overwhelming. The three cannot be separated without contradicting God’s revelation. Still, there are those who suggest the sovereignty of God does not allow man any role to play in his salvation, so obedience is insignificant. Also, if salvation …

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Jesus had made a man see who was blind from birth (v. 1-12). Having heard of this phenomenon, the Pharisees inquired as to how it was so, and what the man thought about the one who opened his eyes (v. 13-34). After the man indicated his conviction that the miracle worker was from God, the …

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