It is one thing to confess Christ in a Bible Study group, it is another altogether to confess Christ in front of hostile uni-students or in a difficult work environment or even at school. In all these cases your character is tested. Character only comes to the fore under stress.
This week’s message continues to look at the benefits and blessings we have as a result of our justification. Paul also uses these blessings as evidence of the assurance of salvation that we have. There is, therefore, assurance of salvation through trials, through God’s love for us and because we have been reconciled and justified.
This is not a regular kind of Sermon but was presented at the church after a Church Camp that was held that weekend. It is a kind of book review from Albert Mohler’s book, “The Conviction to Lead.” In this discussion we look at two aspects of leadership which are an absolute faith in God’s […]
When it comes to what Paul is saying here about not losing heart, I imagine that it is more about seeing ourselves as a balloon with a slow leak in it. We feel deflated. We lack spirit and purpose. I think we all like those helium balloons that are lighter than air and go up […]