In his letter to Titus, the apostle Paul instructs this pastor what to teach his church. In our text this week, Titus 3:1-7, we see Paul turn the focus to the life of Christians in the world.
What is the beginning of our faith, the continuation of our faith, and the anchor of our faith? Listen as Pastor Larry Oldaker answers this from Paul’s epistle to the Galatians.
Who is able to save us? The Hebrews of Jabesh-gilead, under seige, feared they would have no rescuer, just as people throughout the ages, beseiged by sin, have also longed for a savior. For them, King Saul was their answer. Who is it for us? Listen as visiting pastor Alan Conrow explains with the text from 1 Samuel 11:1-15.
We are often drawn to things that are not good for us, or else we reject things that are good. The gospel is an example of the latter and The apostle Paul describes this in his letter to the Galatians. Listen to the next installation in our series on Galatians by Pastor Oldaker.
In this week’s text, we see the beginning of the ceremony Solomon decreed to bring the ark to the temple just built in Jerusalem. This is of great historical interest, but even more, it reveals at least three things in the nature of our God. Listen as our guest preacher Jim Scullion spells this out.
Why should we. and how can we, boast in the Lord? Listen here as visiting pastor Alan Conrow draws on Paul’s letter to the Corinthians to help us with this question.
Is the law of God a burden or a blessing? Visiting preacher Philip Burch introduces us to Psalm 119 and answers this question in his sermon on the first eight verses of this great chapter.