Romans 8:12-13 In part two, we look at useful ways God has given us to kill sin in our lives.
Romans 8:12-13 Spiritual growth for a believer is predicated upon the constant battle to put sin to death in our lives.
Romans 2:1-5 There are many that are deceived about their standing with God. The basis of their deception is peace with God through their good works. Paul addresses this lie and points us to Jesus as the only grounds of peace with God.
Philippians 3:12-4:1 We are exhausted from the day-to-day pace of life, is there a remedy? Listen in as we look at Paul’s explanation of how the gospel brings us freedom from exhaustion.
Philippians 1:2-11 Unfortunately, loneliness is part of the human condition. Whether it be a life-long struggle or a seasonal pain, we all relate to feelings of loneliness. Paul understood loneliness too and points us to the gospel antidote.
Philippians 4:2-9 Anxiety is one of the leading mental health issues in the US. Does the Bible have anything to say about anxiety and how to put it to death?
Matthew 27:27-50 We must get reacquainted with the cross. There is a significant irony of what Jesus’ endured at the hands of sinners. Let’s take a fresh look at the completed work of Christ.
As the New Year comes into full swing, so follow all of its resolutions. Resolutions in-and-0f-themselves are not bad things. However, will they truly change us? Will our failed resolutions provide enough guilt and shame to propel us to a better version of ourselves in 2017?
Selected Scriptures. There is the a reality and result to our sin. It is with us, and it will kill us. We need someone outside of ourselves to provide a way of escape from this death. Our Rescuer has put death to death.