Why study Exodus?
1) The Old Testament is the Word of God to us as well. 2) To know God better. 3) To understand God’s deliverance and redemption better. 4) To learn lessons for living out our faith as the people of God, including many of Israel’s failures.
This is a trustworthy saying. And I want you to stress these things, so that those who have trusted in God may be careful to devote themselves to doing what is good. These things are excellent and profitable for everyone.
The book of Titus has been about the amazing grace of God and its transformative work in our lives, changing who we are and how we live.
There is a danger in the church today of always seeking new knowledge and information, while failing to do the things we already know to do.
Often we need to be reminded of what God calls us to do, even the simple things, because it is easy to get distracted and complacent in our walk with Christ.
This morning, we are in a sermon series called “Transformed by Grace.”
Pastor Mike has titled today’s message “Amazing Grace.”
Today our guest preacher, Steve Davidson, has titled today’s message “Transformed Lives Validate the Gospel.”
Titus was tasked with strengthening the churches of Crete by establishing leaders and calling them to live in godliness. The primary qualifications for church elders has to do with a man’s character, being blameless.
Titus was tasked with strengthening the churches of Crete by establishing leaders and calling them to live godly, counter-culture lives.
Understanding the book of Titus. There is a focus on how we live our lives; that we are to live differently than the world. The message of the gospel and God’s grace lies at the foundation of all the commands of holy living and good works in Titus.
This morning, we are in a sermon series called “His Arrival – Christmas in the Gospel of Matthew.” Pastor Mike has titled today’s message, “Honoring the Messiah.”
This morning, we are in a sermon series called “His Arrival – Christmas in the Gospel of Matthew.” Pastor Mike has titled today’s message, “Birth of the Messiah.”