Tag Archives: Paul
This is part 1 of a series in Philippians. Letters were written to individuals and churches for a number of reasons. Who were the Philippians and why was Paul writing to them?
Part 2 in the Daniel series. There’s a lot we can learn from Daniel about a right relationship with God. This sermon could easily have been titled “Be like Daniel.”
The Apostle Paul reminds us to keep the most important thing most important.
The Apostle Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians that he had become all things to all people. He was limited in the scope of his ability to really become all things. All of us fall short in being perfectly conformed to … Continue reading
In Philippians 2 the Apostle Paul challenges believers to be like minded with Christ who set the bar pretty high in terms of humility. Jesus himself taught and preached on humility. Our goal, just like Jesus and Paul, is to … Continue reading
Apologies regarding the Easter sermon. Another person, with the best of intentions, stopped the recording and I didn’t realize what happened until the end of the service. So here is a summary of what you missed. The preaching of the … Continue reading
Last week we said that living under the Law is like being kept by a guardian until coming of age. Today we see how Christ redeems us from the Law, allowing us to become children of God (and if children … Continue reading
As I’ve said, the theology is thick in the middle of Galatians. The promises made to Abraham were fulfilled in Christ. In the meantime the Law was given, not to make us to righteous but to act as a guardian … Continue reading