In his final “Galatians” series of sermons, Pastor Taylor Summarizes with St Paul, that the key to the gospel is not our works (efforts) nor our lack of effort (faith) but whether in fact there is a new creation. That there is evidence that a person has changed; has become “new” in their motivations, they […]
God has created His world to operate according to certain laws. And those laws have a relation to the spiritual world. One of those laws is the law of sowing and reaping. What we sow determines what we will reap. How do we know we are sowing true spirituality and not false spirituality?
In Chapter 6 of St Paul’s letter to the Galatians, he states three “commands” to which Christ followers should adhere: 1) restore, 2) take care, be humble, and 3) evaluate yourself. Pastor Taylor addresses these commands in Sunday’s sermon.
YIKES! Those are some big words! Theological words? These big words can scare some people off. Pastor Taylor’s sermon on Sunday attempted to explain these in “layman’s terms”.
God has told us how we know when we serving one another in love and are walking by the Spirit. Learn how God desires his people to be happy, sappy, and ever green.
If we are to serve one another in love and to walk by the Spirit, what are those things which are contrary to the Spirit? If we find ourselves producing the works of the flesh, what are we to do? What do the works of the flesh tell us about our salvation?
St Paul is coming in for a landing relative to his arguments against those trying to convince the Galatian believers they needed to perform certain acts, duties, works, in order to be certain their status with God was secure. It is in Chapters 5 and 6 that St Paul brings in “the cross”. What exactly […]