When the angel of the Lord described what the life and ministry of John would be like, he used Elijah as his example. Our purpose today is to understand what made Elijah who and what he was so that we may live in “the spirit and power of Elijah.”
The church is not always a conflict-free zone, but when we see hurt feelings and over-sensitivity brewing, we must act in a Christ-like way.
What does the coming Day of the Lord inform us about the nature of God?
Among the many, Christ has given His church the duties of discipline and discipleship. What do these duties look like?
Peter knew of apostasy spreading and would not sit idly by and watch it pollute the church. He gives a history and prophecy lesson to refute truth deniers, and to bolster truth defenders. Part I
Peter knew of apostasy spreading and would not sit idly by and watch it pollute the church. He gives a history and prophecy lesson to refute truth deniers, and to bolster truth defenders.
Believers have responsibilities toward their brother and sister ‘neighbors’ within the body of Christ. What are their responsibilities to their neighbors outside the body?
I Corinthians 12, along with what the Word shares about the life of Christ, sheds much light on how believers love one another.
The apostle Peter does not pull punches in describing the activity, behavior, and nature of false teachers. Part I Part II
What is the church, and what is its purpose? Ephesians answers both questions.
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