The first part of a five-part series on the Doctrines of Grace
Paul tells us in Colossians 3:5 that we are to put to death what is earthly in us. In this sermon we consider why we must do so as well as examining what killing is in not.
What does it mean to be born of God? When does it happen? And what are the results? In this passage John explains the the new birth we have in Christ.
The prospect of judgment brings fear, but John wants us to know that if we abide in God’s love we can approach the day of judgment with confidence.
In this passage, John explains the work of the Holy Spirit in producing love in believers and giving them assurance of their salvation.
Love means so many different things that it can be difficult to know what John means when he tells us to love one another. What exactly does he mean?
In 1 John 4:1-6, John warns his readers about false teachers, including giving three tests that can help us to distinguish false teachers from faithful ones.
God is light. But what does that mean? And how it help us to know whether we truly have fellowship with Him?
We heard the Truth. We saw the Truth. We beheld the Truth. We touched the Truth. And it was all Jesus. And we proclaim so that you might have eternal life.
The church in Corinth needed help. So near the end of his first epistle to them, Paul summed up his instructions in four short commands. They form a framework for victory of us as well.