Posted Jul 9, 2017

In chapter 5 of the book of Galatians, Apostle Paul tells us that we are free from the requirements of the Jewish laws.  Yes, we are free from such regulations…but there’s a catch.  Apostle Paul warns us against using our freedom as an opportunity for works for the flesh.  Instead, he invites us to walk in the Spirit so that we may bear the fruits of the Spirit.

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The Power of Grace in our Weakness

Posted Jul 2, 2017



As much as Apostle Paul could boast, he had a “thorn” in the flesh that prevented him from becoming conceited.  Despite pleading with the Lord for it to go away, the Lord spoke to him to remind him that his grace is sufficient.  In this message we see how God works through our weaknesses so that we may know the sufficiency and power of God’s grace.

Apostle Paul’s Motivations

Posted Jun 25, 2017



What sustained Apostle Paul in ministry wasn’t superhuman strength.  In reading his letter to the Corinthians in 2 Corinthians 5:11-21, we get a glimpse into his heart for why he was doing what he was doing and what was truly important to him.  We see in his letter the motivations that should be important to us, including the fear of the Lord, the love of Christ that controls us, regarding no one according to the flesh, and being reconciled with God’s heart for others.

Staking Your Life on the Resurrection

Posted Jun 18, 2017



At the core of Christianity is the resurrection of Jesus, which is a truth that we need to be reminded of and a truth that we can stake our entire lives on.  As we look at the fifteenth chapter of Apostle Paul’s letter to the Corinthians, we learn the central importance of the resurrection and its impact on how we see ourselves, our bodies, and heaven.

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