Healthy church life includes biblical leadership and cross-generational relationships defined by respect and intentionality resulting in mutual submission, self-control, and imitation. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
God’s love for his church is so profound that he will not tolerate spiritual harm to them. Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
We should see Jesus reflected in the godliness of worthy leaders … and then we should follow them! Download the weekly Bible Study that goes with this sermon.
As believers we are called to live secure in God’s grace, to display Jesus by our good works, and to hope in the glory of God. That is Paul’s model for local-church ministry. Summary of Titus (video): https://thebibleproject.com/explore/titus/ Model of local-church ministry as seen in Titus
This is a shorter message to allow for more time in worship. We considered three questions: (1) Why do we sing? (2) What do we sing? (3) How do we sing?
Everything comes from God as a temporary gift and is to be managed faithfully by people on His behalf.
We are a community who responds to mercy by serving zealously because we belong to God and we belong to his people.
When we fast, we point to Jesus as the ultimate bridegroom whose presence we are still awaiting. We refrain from physical bread to say that Jesus is the true bread.
Prayer produces deep intimacy with Jesus when we use it to prioritize God’s will and prize God’s grace.
As believers, we have been given faith that overcomes the world. That faith is the fuel for joy-filled obedience to God and love for others.
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