What binds us together? A commitment to spiritual growth. God’s new covenant people should be tightly bound together as they grow spiritually together. Our apologies, recording is delayed and does not include some introductory statements to the sermon.
What binds us together? Lives of appreciation for God’s grace. God’s new covenant people should be tightly bound together as they appreciate God’s amazing grace together.
A believer consumed with the preeminence of Christ should be a believer who does not neglect practical ministry opportunities while recognizing the complete sufficiency of God’s grace. Divine empowerment leading to diligent effort
A believer displaying the preeminence of Christ must be a believer committed to obeying God in all areas of communication.
Spiritual Advancement through Biblical Sanctification – Week 7 On your journey, God’s grace is always more sufficient than your obstructions.
Spiritual Advancement through Biblical Sanctification – Week 6 God expects all true believers to dependently and actively grow in Him. Weekly accountability group discussion questions and personal study guide also included on the attached handout. Models of Sanctification study chart also included.
We can be encouraged on our journey by gospel-centered relationships and a grace-giving God!
In this introduction to Paul’s Epistle to the church of Philippi, we see a gospel centered greeting. Are you a saint in Jesus Christ? (Through Grace) Are you a servant of Jesus Christ?
Based on what God has graciously done for us, we should present our lives to Him as living sacrifices.
God’s sovereign choice should provoke trust and worship. Continuing this thought from last weeks sermon, believers should worship God not only for His faithful choice not to cast away all Jews, but for His gracious choice to include Gentiles. The anticipated response is one of humility, trust, and true worship.