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Southwest Bible Fellowship
Romans 9: Overview

Southwest Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 62:45


Welcome to the Podcast of Southwest Bible Fellowship in Tempe, Arizona. WHO ARE WE? • We are a group of people who are committed to living the grace life as set forth by the apostle of the Gentiles, the Apostle Paul. • We come together to study our Bibles, and yes, we believe we have God's perfect Word in the King James Bible. It and it alone is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice! • We do not come together and study our Bibles for the intent of being smarter than others. We understand that knowledge for the sake of knowledge is purely vain and serves no Godly purpose. • We do come together and study our Bibles for the intent of knowing our Lord Jesus Christ and the power of His resurrection. (Philippians 3:10) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that we have been crucified with Christ; nevertheless we live; yet not us, but Christ liveth in us: and the life which we now live in the flesh, we live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved us and gave himself for us. (Galatians 2:20) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that because Jesus Christ shed His blood for us and we should not live for ourselves but for Him, who died for us and rose again. (2 Cor. 5:15) • We do not claim to have attained to these lofty goals, but we press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14) You can donate to this ministry through www.butnow.org and the PayPal button on the homepage.

Daily Grace
Battling Discontentment During the Holidays

Daily Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 47:44


It's the holidays! Twinkle lights are everywhere. You're thinking about gifts and holiday outings. You log onto social media and see a ton of gift guides. You see perfectly curated photos of families at pumpkin patches and Christmas tree farms. Suddenly, you feel something: you feel discontentment. Discontentment can be a struggle any time of the year, but it definitely can be magnified during the holiday season. And what we have found is that social media adds fuel to the flame. In the past, we could only see what people were buying or doing in our local vacinities. Now, we can see what tens of thousands of people are buying and doing around the entire world! If we're not careful, we'll not only be consumed with discontentment, but we could even miss out on the true reason for the season: Jesus. It's easy to look to other things to feel the hype of the season. This is true even for believers! So we want to ask: how can we combat discontentment, engage wisely on social media, and ultimately, magnify the true meaning of Christmas both online and offline? Come join our conversation!   Holidays conjure up a lot of feelings. (5:44) Discontentment can be fueled by social media by putting an: Emphasis on material possessions (8:15) Emphasis on the experience of the holidays (9:57) Emphasis on perfection (11:16) Discontentment can be sneaky. (13:44) The true hype of the Christmas season is Christ Himself. (17:30) Fix your eyes for eternity. (23:50) The gospel speaks to whatever our need or “lack” is. (25:31) Lack of material possessions. (27:43) Lack of healthy relationships with family/friends. (32:01) Put boundaries up regarding social media (44:04)     Resources mentioned in this episode: The Daily Grace Co. YouTube Channel Ep. 131 Does God Really Work All Things for Good? by Daily Grace Home Moving Labels Cut Da Carb Wraps Prayers for My Children Verse Card Set by The Daily Grace Co.  Ep. 96 True Hope for Hard Times: Setting Our Eyes on Eternity by Daily Grace Ep. 42 When the Holidays Are Hard With Kristyn Perez by Daily Grace   Scripture mentioned in this episode: Galatians 3:3 Colossians 3:2 1 Corinthians 2:9 Philippians 4:11-13 Psalm 66:17-20 John 1:12 Hebrews 13:5 Psalm 84:11   Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our iTunes page and click subscribe.  On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app.  If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love it if you took a few minutes to leave us an iTunes review to help spread the word about Daily Grace!  We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download.  On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more.  Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox.  Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow @dailygracepodcast on Instagram for exclusive podcast content and @thedailygraceco for all things The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”.  Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths. * Affiliate links used are used where appropriate. Thank you for supporting the products that support the production of this podcast! *

From the Amvon
Faith Works

From the Amvon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 7:51


Fr. John Whiteford shares from Ephesians 2:8-9; Galatians 5:6.

God Feeding Station
Specificity

God Feeding Station

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 3:27


"The Book of Mysteries" - Jonathan Cahn Matthew 25:31-46; Luke 2:1-20; Galatians 4:4-5; 1 John 4:20-21

Four Corners Church - Newnan
Worshipping While Differing

Four Corners Church - Newnan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021


Worshipping While Differing — Pastor Lonnie D. Bell, Jr.Romans 14:5-12Sermon Series: Romans (80th Sermon)November 28, 2021DEEP SHEET: Sermon Study Notes1. What makes Christ's ownership/lordship so central to Christianity?2. What does this passage teach about the conscience? Why should we not act against conscience?3. What does it look like in practice to consciously live to please the Lord? What changes can you make to pursue this way of life more actively?4. How does gratitude function as a test for right conduct? How does it grant freedom to the Christian?5. How does Paul relate our discipleship to Christ's death and resurrection in this passage? How do his words encourage Christians in the face of death?6. Have you given much thought to standing before God's judgment seat? How is Paul using future judgment to motivate his readers? References: Colossians 3:17; 2:16-17; Galatians 4:10; 2 Corinthians 5:15; 1 Corinthians 6:19-20; Colossians 3:23; 1 Timothy 4:4-5; Isaiah 45:23; 1 Corinthians 4:5; 3:13-15; 2 Corinthians 5:8-10; Matthew 7:1-2.

Southwest Bible Fellowship
The Big Picture: Satan's Response

Southwest Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 53:31


Welcome to the Podcast of Southwest Bible Fellowship in Tempe, Arizona. WHO ARE WE? • We are a group of people who are committed to living the grace life as set forth by the apostle of the Gentiles, the Apostle Paul. • We come together to study our Bibles, and yes, we believe we have God's perfect Word in the King James Bible. It and it alone is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice! • We do not come together and study our Bibles for the intent of being smarter than others. We understand that knowledge for the sake of knowledge is purely vain and serves no Godly purpose. • We do come together and study our Bibles for the intent of knowing our Lord Jesus Christ and the power of His resurrection. (Philippians 3:10) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that we have been crucified with Christ; nevertheless we live; yet not us, but Christ liveth in us: and the life which we now live in the flesh, we live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved us and gave himself for us. (Galatians 2:20) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that because Jesus Christ shed His blood for us and we should not live for ourselves but for Him, who died for us and rose again. (2 Cor. 5:15) • We do not claim to have attained to these lofty goals, but we press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14) You can donate to this ministry through www.butnow.org and the PayPal button on the homepage.

Presence OC
Learning How to Walk in the Spirit of God

Presence OC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 42:28


Sermon by Micah Klausman on how to walk by the Spirit of god, as read from Galatians 5:16-21. For more information visit www.presenceoc.org/. Recorded on 11/28/2021.

Basic Gospel
Life in His Name

Basic Gospel

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 25:00


"When you look at the Christian life you can see it's a life of thankfulness. A life of saying "thank you" for all God has given us in Jesus Christ. He is our constant. Nothing can separate us from Him. We have crossed over from death to life. He has made us alive. By living out this thankfulness, we can have a grace effect upon those we meet. "Now Jesus did many other signs in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these are written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name." John 20:30-31 * Where in Genesis does it state that Adam and Eve are the parents of humanity? * Charles asks about the possibility of his living son to talk to his dead son. Is that biblical? * Jay writes: please explain this phrase found in Galatians 3:19: "having been ordained through angels by the agency of a mediator."

Alexandria Covenant Church
Living Together as a Faith Family

Alexandria Covenant Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 39:27


Do you ever feel like you are shackled and chained to the never-ending pursuit of things that are supposed to be life-giving only to realize they are lifeless and leave you feeling empty in the end? Join us on a journey through the book of Galatians where you will meet Jesus and discover the life-giving reality of the true gospel. The true gospel has the power to break the chains of sin and self-righteousness that lead to death and give life and freedom to those who live by faith in Jesus Christ. Not the kind of freedom that allows us to live however we want, but a freedom that helps us to live the way God wants. In Christ, we have been set free to live free!

Love Worth Finding | Audio Program
Cleansing with Chastisement

Love Worth Finding | Audio Program

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021


Sermon Overview Scripture Passage: 2 Samuel 12:1-14 2 Samuel 12 tells the heartbreaking story of how God dealt with David's sins. David had committed adultery and murder. When David finally asked God for forgiveness, he faced cleansing with chastisement through the loss of a child. In order to understand why David suffered as he did, we must know the law of the harvest. The first principle of the law of the harvest is implantation: if we want a crop, we have to plant. We reap because we have sown, and many times we reap the physical and spiritual blessings somebody else has planted before us. The second principle is identification: we reap the same as we sow. Adrian Rogers says, “You cannot plant discord and reap unity. You cannot plant hypocrisy and reap holiness. You cannot sow to the flesh and reap to the spirit.” Galatians 6:7 confirms, “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, that he will also reap.” The third principle is incubation: we reap later than we sow. David's fatal crop came up days after God pronounced judgment on him. But some seeds sprout after a long incubation period. Whatever it may be, we will reap in due season. The fourth principle is intensification: we always reap more than we sow. Hosea 8:7 warns, “They sow the wind, and reap the whirlwind.” If we do a little good, God rewards us a lot; if we do a little evil, our punishment will be far more severe than we'd expect. The final principle is implementation: if we want to reap a crop, we must get busy. God gives the opportunity, but we must implement the plan. We may try to talk ourselves out of planting based on exterior circumstances. Ecclesiastes 11:4 instructs, “He who observes the wind will not sow, and he who regards the clouds will not reap.” David's experience with the law of the harvest was a painful one. God forgave him, but He did not cancel out the law of the harvest. To be forgiven means there's unbroken communion with God, but it doesn't mean we bypass the suffering for what we've done. What David planted came to the surface, just as we will reap what we've sown. Apply it to your life Understanding the law of the harvest, will you reap blessings or consequences? Choose to plant what is good and pure.

15 Minutes and a Big Idea
Galatians 6:9-10

15 Minutes and a Big Idea

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 15:38


Episode #90 of 15 Minutes and a Big Idea. We examine Galatians 6:9-10. Big Idea: Don't Give Up 3 Supporting Ideas: 1) Remember the Harvest 2) Take Opportunities 3) Do Good to All Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/15bigidea/?view_public_for=110691360592088 Email: 15bigideapodcast@gmail.com Theme Music: "Advertime" by Rafael Krux

Posture
191. Your Identity in Christ is Not Fluid

Posture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 14:40


I think one of the biggest cons the enemy ever pulled off was to convince us to focus on outward behaviors instead of focusing on Christ living inside of us. Religion masquerades as God and promises us an identity in its rules and rituals. But when the religious structures inevitably change or break down, we are left feeling abandoned and alone. But it's time we are true to the Truth. It time for us to be our new creation selves! Key scripture in this episode:

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 2:39

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 13:34


Monday, 29 November 2021   For the promise is to you and to your children, and to all who are afar off, as many as the Lord our God will call.” Acts 2:39   Peter just instructed the men of Israel what they needed to do in order to receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. At first, it might seem contradictory to do something in order to receive a gift, but that was seen to be incorrect. A gift is not necessarily something everyone will get. Only those who meet the qualifications for receiving it will. In the case of those of Israel who had just crucified Christ Jesus, they had to prepare themselves in order to be eligible. Today, we too must be prepared, meeting the qualifications that are set forth for us as outlined in the epistles.   Understanding this, and having seen what Peter instructed the people before him, he notes to them, “For the promise.” This is certainly referring to the reception of the Spirit. It is what Peter cited in verse 2:17 –   “And it shall come to pass in the last days, says God, That I will pour out of My Spirit on all flesh;”   However, and whether they understood it or not, this promise is based on the establishment of a New Covenant. Peter was fully aware of this, having sat with Christ as He proclaimed it. But those there before him will receive that instruction in due time if they accept the terms set forth to receive the gift. This New Covenant was prophesied by Jeremiah, and it is what allows the pouring forth of the Spirit –   “Behold, the days are coming, says the Lord, when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah.” Jeremiah 31:31   In the establishment of this New Covenant, the Spirit has been poured out. It is the promise Joel referred to. As such, Peter continues, saying that it “is to you and to your children.”   Again, it follows directly with the next half of the verse that Peter cited from Joel –   “Your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, Your young men shall see visions, Your old men shall dream dreams.” Joel 2:17   The people of Israel were to receive the promise, and it was one that extended beyond a single generation. It would continue from that point on, testified to by the words “and to your children.” It implies a new order of things had come to pass. From there, Peter then says, “and to all who are afar off.”   The words “afar off” mean “at a distance” or “unto a long way.” The idea of “to you and to your children” is temporal in nature. The idea of “to all who are afar off” is spatial in nature. It is an all-encompassing thought then. Whatever Peter is thinking of, and whatever the Jews standing there were thinking of, cannot be fully known. Any or all of them may be thinking only of Jews of the dispersion and not of Gentiles at all. However, the words are words of prophecy, therefore, the full scope of their meaning does not necessarily have to be understood at this time. For example, in John 11, it says –   “And one of them, Caiaphas, being high priest that year, said to them, ‘You know nothing at all, 50 nor do you consider that it is expedient for us that one man should die for the people, and not that the whole nation should perish.' 51 Now this he did not say on his own authority; but being high priest that year he prophesied that Jesus would die for the nation, 52 and not for that nation only, but also that He would gather together in one the children of God who were scattered abroad.” John 11:49-52   Caiaphas prophesied concerning the nation of Israel, but John clearly indicates that what he prophesied extended beyond the nation. Thus, by default, it extends to the Gentiles. The same is true here, whether Peter and those before him realized this.   Peter and the others had already been told that they were to carry the gospel to the Gentiles. That is clearly recorded in Matthew 28 –   “‘All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. 19 Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, 20 teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.' Amen.” Matthew 28:18-20   The sentiment is also reflected in Jesus' final words to those gathered with Him in Acts 1:8. However, as Acts continues on, it will be seen quite clearly that Peter did not fully understand this. There is a developmental process that is identified in Acts that shows that the apostles and disciples were learning as they went. Paul, however, will be taken from outside of this group and given a direct commission apart from their slowly developing understanding. This way, the focus of one group, though bearing the same gospel, will be more user-friendly to one audience, while that of the other will be more acceptable and palatable to another audience.   When the two sides meet up, such as is recorded in Galatians 2, it will be seen that Peter, not Paul, must continue to develop in his theology to come to the same level of understanding concerning what is going on as that of Paul. For now, and even if Peter and those before him did not understand that the words applied to the Gentiles, it does not negate the fact that they do. Paul makes this clear in his words of Ephesians 2 where he clearly shows that the words apply to Gentiles who were once outside of the commonwealth of Israel –   Therefore remember that you, once Gentiles in the flesh—who are called Uncircumcision by what is called the Circumcision made in the flesh by hands— 12 that at that time you were without Christ, being aliens from the commonwealth of Israel and strangers from the covenants of promise, having no hope and without God in the world. 13 But now in Christ Jesus you who once were far off have been brought near by the blood of Christ. 14 For He Himself is our peace, who has made both one, and has broken down the middle wall of separation, 15 having abolished in His flesh the enmity, that is, the law of commandments contained in ordinances, so as to create in Himself one new man from the two, thus making peace, 16 and that He might reconcile them both to God in one body through the cross, thereby putting to death the enmity. 17 And He came and preached peace to you who were afar off and to those who were near. 18 For through Him we both have access by one Spirit to the Father. Ephesians 2:11-18   As such, and understanding that this promise applies to both Jew and to Gentile, Peter concludes with the words, “as many as the Lord our God will call.” The promise extends to whoever the Lord calls. The words of prophecy are not limited by man, but by God. It is He who determines the extent of the call. As such, and even if a prophecy is misunderstood, it is God's prerogative that stands.   With this understood, a person could take a Calvinistic stand on the words “the Lord our God will call” and say, “See, this proves that a person must be regenerated in order to believe. Only then can he be saved.” This would assume the “call” is active (God actually reaches out to the individual and selects him for salvatio  n), and the assumption would be incorrect.   It has already been seen that God sets forth the conditions for salvation. In the case of these Jews before Peter, it was with a particular requirement based on particular circumstances which are not to be considered normative for today. As far as the call being referred to, meaning salvation through the gospel, the call has been made by Jesus in the giving of the gospel. It has been recorded in Scripture as directed by the Holy Spirit. God has made the move, and now that call – which is passive – must be responded to.   Therefore, the words “as many as the Lord our God will call” find their extent based on that. The fact is that the church age will end at some point. Therefore, to say, “as many,” is a parameter set by God. Suppose there is an island that has never been evangelized. If it is expected to take a certain number of missionaries a certain amount of time to evangelize them all, it may be that the rapture will happen before they are all evangelized.   As such, “as many as the Lord God will call” will only apply to those who were evangelized before the rapture. This doesn't mean that God actively chose some and actively rejected some (Calvinism). Peter says that God was not willing for any to perish, but that all should turn and be saved (2 Peter 3:9). However, because of the timing of redemptive events, it did not come about. This is the extent of Peter's words now. It is a passive, not an active, calling from God.   Life application: One thing that can be highlighted from Peter's words of this verse is the universal nature of the calling of God through the gospel. It is a constant problem with cults and sects that they believe certain things belong only to certain people – such as spiritual gifts, salvation, and so on – and that this is based on limitations they have assumed from Scripture or from their own imaginations.   In fact, this is generally the main indication of an incorrect doctrine. The truth of the matter, however, is that salvation is offered to any and to all who meet the requirements set forth by God. His requirement in the church age is that a person must believe the gospel. In this, the Spirit is given in full measure to the person who believes.   The Church of Christ, for example, says that a person must be baptized in order to be saved. That is not a limitation set forth in Scripture, even if it was specifically stated to a certain group of people at a certain time (Acts 2:38). One must determine what is normative, meet the requirements for that, and he will be saved.   Anytime someone or somebody claims an exclusivity that is not clearly stated in Scripture (those who read the King James Version only, only Jehovah's Witnesses, only Mormons, only the elect (when taken out of context), must be baptized into the Church of Christ, and so on), then be sure to compare their “onlyism” with Scripture. When it is determined that it is not to be found, then run to get away from that body.   God does not show favorites. He saves everyone who comes to Him through the parameters He sets forth. Be sure to know what those parameters are (know the gospel) and meet them. When you have, you are saved. This is what God expects for salvation. From there, be sure to continue to learn what God expects from His word for those who have been saved through the gospel. Grow in doctrine, pursue holiness, and walk circumspectly in this world. Oh, and be sure to tell others the message of hope that is found in Jesus Christ our Lord.   Lord God, thank You for the simplicity of the gospel. Thank You that it is clear, understandable, and available to any and to all who are willing to simply believe its words. You have done the work. Help us to accept this and to be saved through the precious blood of Christ. Amen.

Southwest Bible Fellowship
The Big Picture: Our Participation in His Ultimate Purpose in Creation

Southwest Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 64:21


Welcome to the Podcast of Southwest Bible Fellowship in Tempe, Arizona. WHO ARE WE? • We are a group of people who are committed to living the grace life as set forth by the apostle of the Gentiles, the Apostle Paul. • We come together to study our Bibles, and yes, we believe we have God's perfect Word in the King James Bible. It and it alone is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice! • We do not come together and study our Bibles for the intent of being smarter than others. We understand that knowledge for the sake of knowledge is purely vain and serves no Godly purpose. • We do come together and study our Bibles for the intent of knowing our Lord Jesus Christ and the power of His resurrection. (Philippians 3:10) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that we have been crucified with Christ; nevertheless we live; yet not us, but Christ liveth in us: and the life which we now live in the flesh, we live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved us and gave himself for us. (Galatians 2:20) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that because Jesus Christ shed His blood for us and we should not live for ourselves but for Him, who died for us and rose again. (2 Cor. 5:15) • We do not claim to have attained to these lofty goals, but we press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14) You can donate to this ministry through www.butnow.org and the PayPal button on the homepage.

Oki Dokimos
The Gospels - #061: ”Sign of Jonah, Leaven of the Pharisees, A Difficult Healing?”

Oki Dokimos

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 56:59


We continue in our study through the gospels - Sign of Jonah, Leaven of the Pharisees, A Difficult Healing? Reading: Matthew 16:1-12, Mark 8:11-26 Scripture: Jonah, Mark 7:32-37, Galatians 5:16-17 Oki Dokinotes: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hTnawic64RjOt6EnMBc4NGvEQFzaRWNI/view?usp=sharing Exploring My Strange Bible - Jonah: https://exploring-my-strange-bible.simplecast.com/episodes/2c30869a-2c30869a  

Southwest Bible Fellowship
Romans 9:6-13 Part 2

Southwest Bible Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 63:58


Welcome to the Podcast of Southwest Bible Fellowship in Tempe, Arizona. WHO ARE WE? • We are a group of people who are committed to living the grace life as set forth by the apostle of the Gentiles, the Apostle Paul. • We come together to study our Bibles, and yes, we believe we have God's perfect Word in the King James Bible. It and it alone is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice! • We do not come together and study our Bibles for the intent of being smarter than others. We understand that knowledge for the sake of knowledge is purely vain and serves no Godly purpose. • We do come together and study our Bibles for the intent of knowing our Lord Jesus Christ and the power of His resurrection. (Philippians 3:10) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that we have been crucified with Christ; nevertheless we live; yet not us, but Christ liveth in us: and the life which we now live in the flesh, we live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved us and gave himself for us. (Galatians 2:20) • We do come together and study our Bibles to understand that because Jesus Christ shed His blood for us and we should not live for ourselves but for Him, who died for us and rose again. (2 Cor. 5:15) • We do not claim to have attained to these lofty goals, but we press toward the mark of the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus. (Philippians 3:14) You can donate to this ministry through www.butnow.org and the PayPal button on the homepage.

Castle Rock Baptist Church
Sermon - The Gospel And The Lie, Part 2

Castle Rock Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 27:27


Galatians 1:6-9

First Baptist Church BG
Hope | Galatians 4:4a

First Baptist Church BG

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 21:40


Hope came when we needed it most. “But when the fullness of time had come, God sent forth his Son” (Galatians 4:4a). YouVersion Live Event Link: http://bible.com/events/48802871 --- In this Christmas sermon series, "The Best Gifts," we explore the nativity of Christ through the lens of Galatians 4:4-5.

Sunday Morning – High Pointe Church

Galatians 4:21-31

Faith Covenant Church Podcast
Galatians - Sermon #12 - No Other Gospel

Faith Covenant Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 39:27


Message - Dan Vazquez Scripture - Galatians 6:11-18 Date - November 21st, 2021

Faith Covenant Church Podcast
VIDEO - Galatians - Sermon #12 - No Other Gospel

Faith Covenant Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 39:53


Message - Dan Vazquez Scripture - Galatians 6:11-18 Date - November 21st, 2021

Adventure Church Podcast
Grace through Galatians: The Culmination & The Cross

Adventure Church Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 38:11


Today as we conclude our series “GRACE Through Galatians”, Pastor Jodi summarizes our journey through Galatians and reminds us of what was accomplished on The Cross.

Beloved Church
It’s Personal

Beloved Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 36:03


Paul concluded his letter to the Galatians in a deeply personal way. With one more recap of what he wanted them to know and remember, he showed that because of the gospel, you're free! Visit our YouTube channel or podcast to hear Pastor Kevin's message, IT'S PERSONAL.

Storehouse Community Church - Sermons
Legalism or Liberty? -Galatians: No Other Gospel

Storehouse Community Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 53:35


Galatians 4:21-5:1Example of Hagar and Sarah21 Tell me, you who desire to be under the law, do you not listen to the law? 22 For it is written that Abraham had two sons, one by a slave woman and one by a free woman. 23 But the son of the slave was born according to the flesh, while the son of the free woman was born through promise. 24 Now this may be interpreted allegorically: these women are two covenants. One is from Mount Sinai, bearing children for slavery; she is Hagar. 25 Now Hagar is Mount Sinai in Arabia; she corresponds to the present Jerusalem, for she is in slavery with her children. 26 But the Jerusalem above is free, and she is our mother. 27 For it is written,“Rejoice, O barren one who does not bear; break forth and cry aloud, you who are not in labor! For the children of the desolate one will be more than those of the one who has a husband.” 28 Now you, brothers, like Isaac, are children of promise. 29 But just as at that time he who was born according to the flesh persecuted him who was born according to the Spirit, so also it is now. 30 But what does the Scripture say? “Cast out the slave woman and her son, for the son of the slave woman shall not inherit with the son of the free woman.” 31 So, brothers, we are not children of the slave but of the free woman.CHAPTER 5Christ Has Set Us Free1 For freedom Christ has set us free; stand firm therefore, and do not submit again to a yoke of slavery.

Grace Point Church
Genesis 12:1-3, 15:7-18: "The Blessing Covenant" - Mike McDaniel, Lead Pastor - Audio

Grace Point Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 40:35


THE BLESSING COVENANT Series, "The Promise," Message 1 November 28, 2021 Group Questions Genesis 12:1-3; 15:7-18 Compare the contrast the similarities and differences between a COVENANT and a PROMISE? What is a personal favorite promise you have from the Scriptures? Share the promise and the Scriptural reference. Share why it has meant so much to you. Recall as many facts as you can, as a group, everything you know about the ABRAHAMIC Covenant. Is the Abrahamic covenant just for the Hebrew people? Why do we know it is a covenant of BLESSING for all humanity? (read Genesis 12:2) How does Abraham become born again (Genesis 15:6; Galatians 3:6-9)? How is Abraham’s faith a model (or road map) for us to enter the blessed Covenant life with Abraham?

Hope Missionary Church
Simple Math - Jesus + Nothing = Everything (Audio)

Hope Missionary Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 62:22


Paul scolds the Galatians for deserting the Gospel because some are confusing the people by perverting the Gospel. The heart of the Gospel is Jesus Christ and Jesus Christ only.

Provision Church - Sermons
Discipleship Relationships - Galatians

Provision Church - Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 56:33


Message from Mark Navey on November 28, 2021

Point Harbor Church
How I Win Over My Sin - Galatians

Point Harbor Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 62:38


Message from John Houston on November 28, 2021

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P6

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.

God Feeding Station
The Four Corners of the Altar

God Feeding Station

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 3:30


"The Book of Mysteries" - Jonathan Cahn Exodus 40:6; Psalm 118:27; Galatians 6:14; Hebrews 13:10

New Horizon Worship Center
11/21 Check Yourself

New Horizon Worship Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 46:20


We like to count by 10s, 100s, 1,000s...God counts by ones!Galatians 5:1 KJV&MSG2 Corinthians 3:13, 18 KJVJohn 8:32 KJV2 Corinthians 5:17 KJVRomans 12:1-2 MSGJames 1:22-25 KJVJohn 20:15-16 KJV

New Horizon Worship Center
11/14 Your Story of Loss or Restoration

New Horizon Worship Center

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 49:21


We are to give Him our pain, guilt and shame.  The only things He didn't first give us.  Then we replace it with Jesus. Galatians 6:9-10 NIVMicah 6:8 KJVJames 4:17 NIVRomans 12:20-21 MSG1 Corinthians 15:58 MSGGalatians 6:17 NIV2 Corinthians 11:24-30 NIV2 Corinthians 12:7-10 MSG

Simply Stories Podcast
Episode 108 :: Becky Keife :: Stories of The Simple Difference of Kindness

Simply Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 68:00


Today I am sharing my conversation with the absolutely wonderful Becky Keife. Becky is wife, a Mom to 3 boys, an author and the community manager of the online (in)courage community. Today, Becky and I are talking about the topic of her latest book The Simple Difference: How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact. Kindness is something we desperately need and is a powerful gift that is underutilized and underestimated, and Becky lays out beautifully in her book and in this conversation the power of it, and how it ultimately reflects the heart of God.  The idea of this book came from a small act of kindness years ago, but this book was written while watching the LACK of kindness in the world, the challenge of being kind quarantined at home with her family, and its just really beautiful and authentic. God knows we're going to struggle with this. He knows the world is broken, and I especially wanted to share this now because so many people are smack in the middle of navigating the holidays and in the current environment of the world and even in the Church, it feels really really difficult to just even know how to people, and for many, what to make of God in the midst of it. So we're going to talk about that.  We also share some thoughts and suggestions for how to go into the holidays with a heart that asks questions first such as can I give this image bearer the dignity of compassion and kindness regardless of how we agree or disagree? On the other hand, we also want to hold proper space for asking good questions about necessary boundaries because those are real and important and healthy where appropriate.  This is hard and holy work, y'all. I know the weariness is palpable in so many that I know, including myself. I hope this ministers to you, encourages you, challenges you, and equips you right where you are today. I really believe, the Lord is making Himself known in so many dark places, and as we transition into a season of the darkest part of the year, and we usher in space for Immanuel, God with us, I just wonder how we could powerfully proclaim His with-ness on this Earth with acts of compassion and kindness? No matter how big, or how small, I hope that wherever you try this out in your life, that is transforms YOU and makes the Lord feel closer and kinder in your own life. Because we all need that. We need to encounter God's kindness, and to see His presence in our lives and in the lives of those around us because it has the power to transform all of us. He's not finished here, friends. This is not how the story ends. Just remember: you matter, your story matters. Connecting with Becky:  Books Facebook Instagram Twitter Website   Episode Sponsor: Tony Crabtree of Crabtree Homes with Exit Realty  Home buyer guide: http://bit.ly/buyersguidecrabtreehomes Seller guide: http://bit.ly/sellerguidecrabtreehomes Facebook Instagram Website YouTube   References: (in)courage  Dayspring  Lisa Jo Baker  Courageous Kindness: Live the Simple Difference Right Where You Are (bible study Becky wrote to accompany The Simple Difference:How Every Small Kindness Makes a Big Impact.) Great article from Bible Study tool on : Neighbor was a more general term for person. Neighbor and non neighbor would be synonymous with Jew and Gentile (non-Jew) Who are the Samaritans?  (in)courage walking through kindness    Scripture References: -Psalm 100:5, Galatians 5:22-23, Titus 3:4-6 (to name a few)- Our God is kind  -Psalm 25:3, 2 Timothy 1:7- He does not speak to us through shame -Hebrews 12:6, Revelation 3:19 (to name a couple!)- He disciplines, corrects and encourages us to repentance -Genesis 16:13- The first person who ever names Hagar and calls Him “El Roi”- “The God who sees me” Full story is Genesis 16 and also Genesis 21:8-20-- I mixed these 2 stories together when I talked about it. So sorry! -Romans 2:4- The kindness of God leads us to repentance -Luke 10:25-37- The Good Samaritan  -Matthew 22:36-40- Second greatest commandment- love your neighbor -Leviticus 26:1, Deuteronomy 12:4, and then THIS is a list of so many of the times that share a loaded history of trying to get the Jews to stop worshiping idols of other cultures -Hagar (see above), Rahab, Ruth, A Cannanite woman, the Samaritan woman, An Ethiopian Eunuch, THE EARLY CHURCH- (etc, etc) -We see God fold in people from other cultures -1 Kings 12- The division of Northern and Southern Kingdom  -Matthew 9:10-17,Mark 2:15-22,Luke 5:29-39- Jesus eats with “sinners” -Matthew 9:35-38, John 21:15-25, Acts 1:8, Acts 2, Acts 4:23-37- God invites us to show His care out of the overflow of the Holy Spirit  -Romans 12:18-Inasmuch as it depends on you live peaceably with everyone  -Genesis 1:27- We are made in God's image -Isaiah 6, 2 Corinthians 5:20, 1 Thessalonians 2:4, - Christ's ambassadors  -Matthew 5:13-16-We are Christ's Light bearers -Luke 16:10- Being faithful with little Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog  *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P6

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens

Being cared for is one of our deepest needs as humans, and caring for others is a noble thing to do. The reason we care for others is because God cares for us. All throughout the Bible, we see examples of God caring for His people. When Jesus came to earth, He further revealed God's caring nature. One example of this is how Jesus cared for His disciples. After He sent them out in pairs to the surrounding towns to share the good news of the kingdom, heal sickness, and cast out demons, they returned to report back to Jesus. But “so many people were coming and going that they did not even have a chance to eat” (Mark 6:31). So Jesus told them to come with Him and go somewhere else to take a rest. Jesus's love for us should inspire us to care for others. Here are a few practical things we can do to care: • Appreciate and thank others. Express gratitude for their kindness, love, and support toward you and others (1 Thessalonians 5:11-15). Give them a call, a note, or send a message. • Accept people for who they are, their uniqueness, even their weaknesses. Accept them even when they make mistakes and stumble, for God accepts you even when you fall because Jesus's death and resurrection have covered all your failures and shortcomings (Romans 15:7). • Be present with people, especially when they need you. Your presence can let them know you value them and they're not alone. Giving your time to family, friends, and loved ones can help them feel loved and remind them of God's nearness (Romans 12:15). • Believe in people (1 Corinthians 13:7). Your affirmation can help others become courageous, see themselves differently, and do the good things God has given them to do (Ephesians 2:10). • Give and provide for other's needs. While donating and volunteering are great ways to care, remember that people's needs are not always material. It could be that someone needs your listening ear, your support, your advice, your comfort, or your encouragement. • Golda Dilema • Can you think of a time someone cared for you? What did they do? What did it mean to you? • How might God be giving you opportunities to care for people in your own life? Therefore, as we have opportunity, let us do good to all people, especially to those who belong to the family of believers. Galatians 6:10 (NIV)

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 2:36

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 10:42


Friday, 26 November 2021   “Therefore let all the house of Israel know assuredly that God has made this Jesus, whom you crucified, both Lord and Christ.” Acts 2:36   Peter has finished his citing of Psalm 110. Based on what he presented, it is understood that the words of David were evidently not referring to David himself,   but to the coming Messiah. He is greater than David, He is sitting at the right hand of the Lord, and He is there until the Lord's enemies have been made His footstool.   With this clearly presented and now perfectly understood, Peter says, “Therefore let all the house of Israel know assu redly.” The Greek word order (which is how the verse will be evaluated) reads, “Assuredly, therefore, let know all the house of Israel.” There is a strong emphasis that the matter Peter will speak of is firmly established.   The word translated as “assuredly” is one which indicates “not to totter.” Thus, it is that which is secure. Its other two uses, Mark 14:44 and Acts 16:23, both refer to someone being securely guarded. Peter indicates that the truth of the matter is secure and sure. One might say, “This is an inescapable truth.”   As such, the next word – translated as “therefore” – is then supported by the words that follow. They are words that are to be heard, understood, and (hopefully) accepted as absolute truth. Hence Peter follows with “let know.”   It is the common Greek word ginóskó, signifying “to come to know,” “to recognize,” “to perceive,” and so on. Peter is indicating that the result of the surety of the matter that he has presented is intended to “let all the house of Israel” come to understand – whether they like it or not, and whether they accept it as not – that the matter is established.   The term “house of Israel” is a way of saying “family.” Israel was the father of twelve sons. He also adopted two sons of Joseph as his own. It is this family which comprises the whole house of Israel.   Descendants from all of these tribes were gathered at the temple, they had seen the effects of the coming of the Spirit upon the apostles, and they had heard the explanation of the event. From there, they were to accept what was presented and continue to convey this message to all others in this nation – the “house of Israel.”   And what is it specifically that Israel is to hear, understand, and (hopefully) accept? Well, it is a thought that is based on what Peter had just presented right from Scripture, and which was fulfilled in the coming of Jesus. It is “that God...”   What has occurred is an act of God, and thus it stands as an eternal edict of God. What God has done is set, it is fixed, it is firm, and it is fully resolved. With this being perfectly understood from Scripture, and from the fact that God is both the Creator and the One who directs His creation, it is He who determines what will come to pass.   As such, and as His words spoke forth of the coming of the Messiah, and as His Messiah had come (just as God determined), and as His Messiah had fulfilled His will (just as God stated), then it is established that He “has made this Jesus.”   It is “this Jesus” who Peter has explicitly referred to in verse 22 and verse 32 –   “Men of Israel, hear these words: Jesus of Nazareth, a Man attested by God to you by miracles, wonders, and signs which God did through Him in your midst, as you yourselves also know— (Acts 2:22) & This Jesus God has raised up, of which we are all witnesses (Acts 2:32)   This same Jesus of Nazareth, who was attested to Israel by God, and whom God raised up from the dead, is the One that Peter is referring to. It is also He, as Peter says to Israel, “whom you crucified.”   These words would have been like sharp arrows pointing directly at the hearts of the men standing there. What had occurred was an event that was prophesied, and it was an event that was then fulfilled. But it was an event that Israel had been responsible for.   They were the people of the Lord. They were the stewards of the Scriptures. They were to be the people of the Messiah who was prophesied to come. And yet, they were the same people who did exactly what the Scriptures foretold, meaning the things they had done. They had crucified this Man – their Messiah. But Peter had said in verse 23 that this was “by the determined purpose and foreknowledge of God.”   As such, there must be hope. It is the next verse that will both show their reaction to the words, and which will reveal that they will want to know if there is anything that they can do to make things right. For now, however, Peter finishes his thought concerning “this Jesus.” It is that God has made Him “both Lord and Christ.”   The word translated as “Lord” (kurios) signifies a master. In the Greek, it can indicate the Lord (YHVH), but it does not necessarily signify that. It can simply mean one greater than another, such as the “lord” or “master” of a house. The context decides the ultimate meaning. In this case, the context is that Jesus is the “Lord” or “Master” of Israel – its Messiah – based on the decision rendered by God. This is clearly understood from the word “Christ.”   The word Christ (Greek: Christos) comes from the word chrió, signifying “to anoint by rubbing or pouring olive oil on someone to represent the flow (empowering) of the Holy Spirit. Anointing (literally) involved rubbing olive oil on the head, etc., especially to present someone as divinely-authorized (appointed by God) to serve as prophet, priest or king” (HELPS Word Studies). As such, it means “Anointed One.” Thus, it is a direct translation of the Hebrew word “Messiah.”   God has made this Jesus both the Lord of Israel and the Messiah of Israel. This is the culminating thought of what has been presented to the ears of the people by Peter as he speaks forth his words of explanation concerning the events that have occurred before them.   Life application: There is absolute surety in the words of Scripture concerning Jesus. If the New Testament is the word of God, then there is no other possibility than that Jesus is the full, final, and forever expression of what God has done in Christ. As such, there is no other way to be reconciled to God except through Him.   There are people that believe Jews can be saved through adherence to the Law of Moses. This is the set doctrine of, surprisingly, the Roman Catholic Church. This is also the heretical teaching of John Hagee and other dual-covenant “theologians.”   There are others who say that even Jews who believe in Jesus (and some add in the Gentiles) must still adhere to the Law of Moses (in part or in whole). These are also heretics. The New Testament clearly reveals that the law is annulled, obsolete, and set aside in Christ. It is nailed to the cross.   As such, to teach such things (which is exactly what Paul refers to in the book of Galatians) is, as Paul states it, anathema. It is accursed –   “I marvel that you are turning away so soon from Him who called you in the grace of Christ, to a different gospel, 7 which is not another; but there are some who trouble you and want to pervert the gospel of Christ. 8 But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed. 9 As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed.” Galatians 1:6-9   Let us carefully heed the words of Scripture, and let us trust solely in the finished work, and thus in the merits, of Jesus Christ. It is He alone who is to receive our attention in our walk before the Lord. He alone fulfilled that which stood against us, meaning the Law of Moses.   Lord God, thank You for having done that which we could never have done. You sent Christ to accomplish the mission, to prevail over sin and death, and to rise again in order to give us a new hope and a new direction. Thank You for Jesus Christ our Lord! Amen.

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P9

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.

Audio Sermons – Berean Bible Society
Sermon: The Apostle Paul’s Infirmity – Galatians 4:13-20

Audio Sermons – Berean Bible Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021


  Summary: We know “infirmity” (4:13) can mean any kind of affliction, for the Lord healed all kinds of things (Lu.5:15). We think Paul's infirmity was an eye disease, for the only way he'd call Galatians a “large” epistle (Gal.6:11) … Continue reading →

A Bigger Life Prayer and Bible Devotionals with Pastor Dave Cover
The Power of Knowing the Right Script | Genesis 1:26-28

A Bigger Life Prayer and Bible Devotionals with Pastor Dave Cover

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 25:17


Genesis 1:26-28 is a kind of thesis statement for the entire rest of the Bible's story. You can't fully understand the gospel's bigger story if you miss what Genesis 1:26-28 means. This is God's blueprint for humanity and the whole world. Everything else in the Bible is the unfolding of these 3 verses. And when you understand it that way, it becomes a powerful script for your life right now. 2 Corinthians 3:18 NIV And we all, who … contemplate the Lord's glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit. Genesis 1:26–28 NIV Then God said, “Let us make mankind in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground.” So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; maleand female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, “Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.” James 3:9-10 NIV With the tongue … we curse human beings, who have been made in God's likeness. …My brothers and sisters, this should not be. Galatians 5:22–23 NIV But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. C.S. Lewis (“The Problem of Pain,” chp 10)… He talks about God creating each of us with his signature written upon our soul— “This signature on each soul may be a product of heredity and environment, but that only means that heredity and environment are among the instruments whereby God creates a soul.  I am considering not how, but why, He makes each soul unique. If He had no use for all these differences, I do not see why He should have created more souls than one.    Be sure that the ins and outs of your individuality are no mystery to Him; and one day they will no longer be a mystery to you.   …For it is not humanity in the abstract that is to be saved, but you. …All that you are, sins apart, is destined, if you will let God have His good way, to utter satisfaction.”   Then Lewis cites Jesus' promise to his people Revelation 2:17— “To those who are victorious, …I will also give each of them a white stone with a new name written on it, known only to the one who receives it.”    Lewis continues… “Why else were individuals created, but that God, loving all infinitely, should love each differently?” Who can you share this podcast with? If you found this episode helpful, consider sharing it on social media or texting it to a friend you think might benefit from it. Follow Dave Cover on Twitter https://twitter.com/davecover (@davecover) Follow A Bigger Life on Twitter https://twitter.com/abiggerlifepod (@ABiggerLifePod) This podcast is a ministry of https://www.thecrossingchurch.com/ (The Crossing), a church in Columbia, Missouri, a college town where the flagship campus of the University of Missouri is located. 

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P8

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.

God Feeding Station
Performing Your Semikhah

God Feeding Station

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 3:22


"The Book of Mysteries - Jonathan Cahn Leviticus 16:21; Galatians 2:20; 1 Peter 5:7; 1 John 1:8-9

God Feeding Station
Nov. 25, 2021

God Feeding Station

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 10:34


Galatians 4-6

OnScript
Thomas McCall – Analytic Christology and the Theological Interpretation of the New Testament

OnScript

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 56:40


If you like conversations that sit on the awkward fence between systematic theology and biblical studies, this episode is for you. Tom McCall's wide-ranging expertise clarifies the limits of an apocalyptic reading of Galatians 2:20 ("I have been crucified with Christ, and I no longer live..."), the pistis Christou debate, social trinitarianism, and discussions in scholarship sparked by Karl Barth pertaining to the incarnation. Co-hosted by Matt Bates and Chris Tilling. The post Thomas McCall – Analytic Christology and the Theological Interpretation of the New Testament first appeared on OnScript.

Pray Station Portable
PSP 11/25/21 - Daytime Prayer

Pray Station Portable

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 7:04


Psalm 119:65-72 Psalm 56:2-7b,9-14 Psalm 57 Galatians 5:16-17 Prayer Requests to psp@sqpn.com

Peter Creek Presbyterian Church
Galatians 5:16-18

Peter Creek Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 31:45


On todays episode we will be considering Galatians chapter 5 verses 16-18

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P7

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.

The Homemaking Foundations Podcast
Preparing your heart & home for the Holidays – Episode 26

The Homemaking Foundations Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 48:29


In between series here on the podcast, we are sneaking in a holiday episode. Are you READY and excited for the holidays? Or perhaps dreading the effort and the time coming up? Whether you feel excited or are dreading the upcoming holidays, we can all use a good dose of perspective for finding Joy in the Lord this year! Listen in: Listen to the Podcast: You can find all the links and notes for this episode below! Right click here and save-as to download this episode to your computer. A call to be generous & servant hearted "In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: ‘It is more blessed to give than to receive.' ” - Acts 20:35 We can witness to unsaved family and friends this way and be a good model for our kids. "In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven." - Matthew 5:16 We are called to use the life and resources that God has given us to serve. "You, my brothers and sisters, were called to be free. But do not use your freedom to indulge the flesh ; rather, serve one another humbly in love." - Galatians 5:13 Examine our expectations  With this in mind, let's be ultra clear on what our expectations are for the holidays. Many of us go into the day with grand ideas and an agenda. We have a picture of how this family get together will be and what we will do. Plans don't always go our way. So plan for the day, expect God's glory to be shone, and let all the little things go. If we have unrealistic expectations, the holidays will never be fun and we will probably be upset or angry. Let's remember to serve and glorify God with these days. Remember those who are hurting this holiday season  I never understood how hard the holidays could be until my mom passed away. My eyes were opened to the fact that the holidays can be incredible for so many and incredibly sad for so many others. Look out for who you can serve. Who needs some encouragement or a hug this holiday season? Who doesn't have any family to spend the holidays with? Watch for ways that you and your family can serve. Make the holidays about Christ  I love November and December. I adore putting up Christmas lights and walking down the oldest street in town, hot chocolate in hand, and ooing over all the lights and houses. I love Christmas carols and sitting by the fire. I love the ambiance and the time of year. But above all of those things, we love Christ. And as in everyday life, we should seek to make the holidays firmly about Christ. Let's make sure to center our celebrations and our joy around HIM. Christmas carols: https://uribrito.com/optimism-christmas-carols/ I have a few goals as I head into the holiday season: Recognize that this is a busy season. This is not the time for mama to kick her feet up and have the perfect holiday. It's the time we can serve and love our families in the best possible way. Adjust your expectations accordingly. If you go into this season with the right perspective, it can change everything. I want to have a servants heart - and look for ways I can serve Bring my family together. More family time, not less, is my goal during the busy holiday season. For our young ages, this sometimes looks like saying no to friends things so we can just be home as a family of 8 together. Finally and most importantly: Bring glory to God. Make our mission about Christ in all we do. From thanksgiving praises, to working hard in the kitchen, from thinking ahead as to how we can be a blessing at relatives houses, to being the first to offer to clean up, from focusing on Scripture to singing joyful Christmas caroles together: We can aim to be bring glory to God in everything we do. Cleaning House for the Holidays sermon series: Gaining a clear consciences before God Finding relief from regrets

Leading The Way Radio
Got Freedom? P6

Leading The Way Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 25:00


The Gospel is good news because, in Christ, we receive complete spiritual freedom from sin and spiritual death. In Got Freedom, Michael Youssef explores Paul's epistle to the Galatians and skillfully unpacks the elements of Christian freedom. In this nine-part series, Dr. Youssef shares more about the relationship between God's law and the grace of God, as well as the importance of walking in the Spirit daily.