Now just how much “good” needs to happen to you for you to recognize AND do something to express your thankfulness? In today’s sermon Pastor Mike focused on the one unlikely person who recognized just what an amazing event had happened, and who expressed this gratefulness to the Man who caused it.
Why does St Paul command believers to ‘give thanks’? Shouldn’t this be our natural inclination? Pastor Jim shares some thoughts.
Pastor Larry continues his series in St Paul’s letter to the Galatians. And just what purpose does the Law serve? If we aren’t made right with God by keeping the Law, why is it there or why is it something for us to consider?
Pastor Jim addresses some tough issues in this sermon.
Where do you find your security and safety? We often try to find it in our 401K, or insurance, or that relationship. We should be looking to the Lord our God. Isaiah the profit preaches on the same topic, and Pastor Mike helps that message to us today.
In the passage under consideration today, St Paul likens pastoring similar to parenting. And St Paul has concerns about his “spiritual children”. They are drifting from how he thought he had taught them, and now he is trying to challenge them to “come back” to what they should know.
St Paul’s goal of his Letter to Titus is to help Titus lead and direct the church on Crete. Chapter one is about keeping the standard of Scripture prominent. Chapter two St Paul puts focus on how to teach, and what to teach.