Sermons on Doctrine
This week we look at a piece of armor we carry, instead of wearing, the shield of faith. Do we trust the Lord?
The next piece of armor we are going to look at is the breastplate; Paul weaves this armor with the spiritual characteristic of righteousness. How are we to understand this? How are we to respond?
Jesus is more than just a Savior. While that alone is more than enough, our relationship with Jesus goes beyond simply knowing His as the One who can forgive our sins, it encompasses Jesus being our friend.
You can do the work and you can serve everyone you come across, but unless this element is added into your spiritual journey, you still won’t be healthy…
Freedom is a word we hear used quite often in our country. It is also poorly understood, and often abused. Christians, of all people, need to understand what freedom costs, and why we have been set free.
When we try and understand God we have to understand His attributes, one of which is love.
Words have such a powerful impact, especially when they are used in an unfamiliar context. They make us dig deeply to understand.
We all tend to want things our way. So what happens when things don’t go our way?
God often uses the unorthodox to accomplish His purposes. Over the next several weeks we will be looking at the unorthodox ways that God uses when dealing with us.