Sermons from January 2021
We need each other, to encourage one another, to build one another up and to work together to keep the faith.
One universal truth that humanity has to deal with is that sin always has consequences. Unfortunately, sometimes those consequences reach far beyond us.
As a Christian, we are told to walk in light; and that also means we ought to walk in fellowship with others who are children of the light of God.
God has dealt with the sin of humanity, and now He offers a covenant with Noah and his family. It is a promise of blessing and a promise of grace.
There is one overriding characteristic that is an absolute requirement for Christians–love. We are to love God supremely, love others within the fellowship of believers, love our neighbor, and even love our enemies.
The ark has landed, and the Lord has ordered the occupants to disembark. What is the first thing you would do after a long, arduous journey? Noah sets a good standard!
Our walk, our life and lifestyle, is not only supposed to be proper it is supposed to be worthy. Worthy of our calling and worthy of the One doing the calling.
Even when it appears completely hopeless, God has not forgotten about us.
Our walk, our manner of living, is meant to be consistent and cohesive. Paul made it clear when he wrote a letter to the churches in Rome that this was an essential part of their Christian life.