Jesus wasn’t the first one to speak about being struck on the cheek. Let’s study it from the Old Testament also.
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A review of some Old Testament passages and history to see how God was not just the God of the Jews, but of all mankind.
John reminds the brethren that they are forgiven, know God and have overcome the evil one. Because we have these things, we are to — and can — turn away from this world and its lusts.
We examine a familiar passage about the word of God to see that our dealings with God are two-way. Our God is in a relationship with us, and us with Him.
The Lord is compassionate and merciful because that is what we need. We need that when we are in wrong, error and despair. In this short sermon, we look at how our songs to God are to help us in this condition.
The second chapter of 1 John begins by telling us the of the life of sin that we are saved from with Jesus as our advocate, the life of devotion to God and the the moral obligation to walk like our Savior.
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God is Light and if we want fellowship with Him, we have to walk in the light. If we do, we will be cleansed of all sins. But if we think we can walk in darkness and be in fellowship with Him, we are fully deceived
In the world and in various religious traditions, certain days are observed. However you observe them or not, make each day a day of faith.
In the cemetery, surrounded by untold number of dead bodies Jesus proclaimed Himself to be “the resurrection and the life.” Martha believed it. Do we?
An overview look at 1 John, particularly the spiral nature of the outline of the book with three main points — the reality of Jesus, God’s son come in the flesh, the need of faithfulness and love — repeatedly taught and building to new heights.
Showing Christ to the world.
Jesus took up a towel and served, and told us to take up our cross. He never told us to take up our pitchfork.
We have a mixed relationship with justice and holiness. We alternately want it pursue or we want to flee from it. What is justice so important to us? How do we even come by the notion of it? Study with us.