Continuing in the lessons from Peter, Nate talks this evening about the truth of sin. It’s ugly. Those who try to entice you into sin are lying and falsely try to glamorize the slavery that they are actually in.
The term brotherly love is actually a hybrid word in the Greek of Phileo (love for a comrade or friend in a mutual cause) and Storge (love towards one’s family). This deeper dive gives us a greater understanding of the love we should have for each other in Christ.
Looking at Romans 12, Nate talks this evening about the importance that God places on unity.
Sam Wyatt, one of our deacons, spoke this morning. Taking a lesson from the life of Joseph, he talks about the importance of forgiveness in our lives.
Justin Hunt talks this evening about the importance of being in humble submission to God and His will for us in our lives.
Nathan Taylor, one of our deacons, speaks this morning on the importance of telling our children stories about where we’ve come from (slaves to sin), what God has done for us (the providence we can see in our lives), where we’re going (Heaven-bound), and to be careful not to forget all these good things God […]
This morning Nate talks about how love defines who the people of God are. It is something we all must display and it takes work. Love isn’t always easy.
Continuing in II Peter, Nate talks about the fact that neither evil nor righteousness escape the Lord’s notice. God takes care of those who are His and He punishes the wicked that care nothing for Him.
From Genesis 18, Nate talks this morning about the unexpected visitors to Abraham and Sarah. The Lord tells them once again about their upcoming child and we also see an insight into the judgment and mercy of God.
Insights from Peter: Nate talks about the danger of false teachers from II Pet 2.