Unity In Times of DisagreementThings got a little rough over at the “First Church of the Wholly Sanctified and Exclusively Saved” last year. There had been rough times in the past; the church had split at least three times in
Unity In Times of DisagreementAfter spending thirteen weeks studying Romans 12-13 we have now reached the end of this important section of Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome. Paul comes to the end of Romans 13 and says, “And
Unity In Times of Disagreement“Where did you get that?” That’s a statement that is most often connected to lots of energy and emotion. Most often, when we hear that question, there is body language that goes along with it. Eyes
Unity In Times of DisagreementFor two weeks we’ve been taking a look at the first seven verses of Romans 13. We’ve taken our time trying to understand this important section of God’s Word because it is crucial that we do
As we began our study of Romans 13 we sought answers to two questions: First of all, where do those who serve as governmental authorities get their authority? Secondly, what is their purpose
Unity In Times of DisagreementIn Paul’s letter to the church in Rome there is no one section of the letter that has gotten more attention than Romans 13:1-7. What is the relationship of the follower of Jesus to the State,
Unity In Times of Disagreement Today we are going to finish our study, “Bless Who?” Let’s read our Scripture together. Turn with me to Romans 12:14-21 and let’s begin. 14 Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse.
Unity In Times of Disagreement Today we will reach the end of our study of Romans 12. This is our seventh study in this incredibly practical chapter. Romans 1-11 is known for its rich doctrinal teaching, its unparalleled theology. All
Love. We are bombarded by the word aren’t we? We talk about who we love, what we love, why we love, how much we love, and the nature of our love.
Our bodies are a marvelous, miraculous collection of cells, tissue, organs, and organized systems that cooperate and function together to make us the people that we are.