Sermons on holiness
Matthew 5:27-30 How do we rightly interpret the law, and more how do we rightly apply the law to the life lived in grace?
Colossians 3:11-12 We revisit the topic of the “old man” and the “new man” and what this means that the Old Man is dead. How is it then, if the old man is dead that I still struggle with sin? We also examine verses 11-12 which speak of unity within the fellowship of believers and who we are as believers.
Colossians 3:8-10 The old self is dead, but there are still garments belonging to the old nature that are to be taken off and thrown away.
Colossians 1:21-2 How are believers saved? What is the condition we are saved from? What does salvation result is? All these questions are answered as Paul addresses the believers in Colossae in this section of this letter.
Col. 1:9-11 Paul continues in his prayer for the Colossian believers this time asking God to continue the work which He has already begun in these who have responded to the gospel in faith and love for the saints.
Galatians 5:11-15. Paul points out the truth that the message of the Christian gospel is an offense as it is preached. We must be ever so careful that as we preach we don’t seek to remove the offense within the gospel itself. This gospel is offensive to sinners, but it is the only message that saves. Paul also pushes the believers to live in lite of their salvation. Not to allow the freedom we have in Christ to give room…
God calls His people to holy living.
1 Cor. 1:18-25, Hebrews 10:14, Romans 3:21-26, 2 Peter 3:8-11. What is it that defines Christianity? What is it that sets the church apart from the world? How do we live holy?