Sermons on False Teachers
Gal. 5:7-12 Believers, led by the ministry of the Holy Spirit, will respond to the truth and correction, while false teachers and false converts will continue toward judgement.
Galatians 4:12-20. Paul presents a passionate plea for these believers to return to truth and freedom which is our in Christ.
Galatians 3:6-9. Paul moves on in his defense of justification by faith alone to an example from the scriptures, the ultimate example of Abraham himself. The Jews believed that in order to be a child of God, one must first become a child of Abraham, and that required circumcision. Paul shows this to be in error and a wrong understanding of scripture by examining Abraham’s life.
Galatians 3:1-5 Paul turns in this letter to bring correction to the believers in the churches in the Galatian region for drifting into believing a message of error. They have been bewitched by a false gospel, and have fallen for its lies about ho a man is saved. Paul points to their own experience as his first line of defense in defending the gospel that he set before them in chapter 2, a gospel of justification by faith apart from…
Galatians 2:1-10 Paul retells of his next visit to Jerusalem, and his point is to show hat he did not receive his gospel from any man, or group of men, not even the apostles. We investigate the problem we find in this text in determining exactly which visit to Jerusalem Paul is speaking of, and why it matters.
Galatians 1:10-15 Paul addresses the challenge false teachers have presented to his authority to preach the gospel by laying out his biography. Paul is a servant of Christ, as it is Christ Himself who revealed the gospel to Paul.
Galatians 1:6-9 Paul writing to a group of churches he planted skips all pleasantries and moves straight to a harsh rebuke for their deserting God by acceptance of a false gospel which had been preach to them after his departure. Paul’s message: do not tolerate any message claiming to be a gospel unless it aligns perfectly with the message Paul himself preached. We should take that same council today!
Luke 21:8-19 Are we in the end times? According to Jesus in Luke 21, we are in the times before the end times. A time of escalating turmoil and trouble, but not like will be seen in the time of great tribulation. That is yet to come. How are we to live during this time? As messengers of the gospel. What is our message to be? It is to be what scriptures tells us our message is. Listen as we…
Luke 21:5-7 Jesus and His disciples exiting the Temple, Jesus last public teaching ministry, now focusing on teaching His disciples, and some mention to beauty and grandeur of the Temple. Jesus reaffirms His earlier pronunciation that the Temple, as marvelous as it is, is going to be brought down. This the very plan of God. Throughout Luke 21 (as well as Matthew 24 and Mark 13) Jesus responds to the question of “when” and What do we look for” from…
Luke 20:45-21:4 Jesus shifts the focus of His ministry from warning the Scribes, Pharisees, and Sadducees, to teaching HIs disciples, and He begins with a warning about the scribes.