What do you need to do to “pass the test”? Well, JIm Scullion addresses this question from the letter of St John, chapter 2.
February is the month we think of “love”. Pastor Mike agrees this might be so, but maybe not for the best of reasons. Nevertheless, the Apostle John talks about Love in a more important way. Yet it still has a practical side, which Pastor Mike brings out in today’s sermon.
1 John 5: 13-18 Randy Meyers, in his last regular sermon, encouraged us to be patient and confident in prayer.
1 John 2:18-27 RE Randy Meyers, winding down his interim preaching schedules focuses attention on the importance of Truth, and that The Bible claims it is the source of truth.
1 John 2:7-11 RE Randy Meyers addressed the second of three arguments made by the Apostle John for knowing if we are true believers: The Test of Love. Simple concept, but challenging to live that way.
1 John 2:3-6 Randy Meyers takes a “pastoral turn” in this week’s sermon. John was confronting heresies in the form of Gnosticism, and he addresses the challenges head on. And yet there are some wonderful applications for God’s people today.
1 John 2:2. Randy Meyers finishes his “mini-series” on 1 John 2:1-2 after 4 sermons =:). This message was one of “solid food” vs “milk” and certainly also left many things unsaid on this subject. As Randy said, this subject has been debated in the Church easily since the third century, but Randy felt it was something we could benefit from hearing.
1 John 2:2 RE Randy Meyers share a clear, logical message on the necessity of Jesus’ death.