I have really enjoyed speaking about the personal interactions that Jesus had, that's what brought me here. And also reflecting on the nature of Scripture. The story of the rich man and Lazarus is really a story about the Pharisees, the personal interactions that Jesus had with the Pharisees that led to this powerful, fascinating parable. He is rebuking them and exposing them through the use of this parable.
Sermon Category: Ephesians
We have been journeying through this book for a while. To understand the meaning behind this Scripture, we need to be reminded that Paul is addressing God's miracle people. Now we are a saved people, a rescued people. a redeemed people, a born-again people...
Today, we will be talking about Paul's vision of the church. We equip the saints to go out into the world and serve. God gives us appointed leaders - Apostles, Prophets, evangelists, pastors and teacher, and while two of them (Apostles and prophets) don't exist today, the others do.
We have arrived at the great doxology. The book of Ephesians is broken down into two major sections Chapters 1-3 are
Paul's great exhortations and high doctrines and 4-6 cover the imperative and its application. This doxology is really a deep breath of grace.
Part 2 of 2 in the Family Prayers series from Ephesians...We have been moving through the book of Ephesians for last 6 months and have arrived at prayers..
In this chapter of Ephesians, Paul explains the mystery of the Gospel - that believing Jews and believing Gentiles are joined together into one body of Christ, into one Church, and no longer separated before God as such.
We have been moving through the book of Ephesians for last 6 months. We have arrive at the beautiful section where Paul discusses prayer. Notice the priority of praise. We want this to shape our families, our church, and our life.
Matt looks at the very familiar passage in Ephesians that talks about what we really have in a sort of capsule form of the contents of Ephesians. Our salvation is the result of sovereign grace, redeeming grace, God's grace. Nothing that we can boast about.
This morning we will be studying in Ephesians chapter 2 and we will be focusing on verse 10. Last week, we look at how to be saved and this week we will be looking at how to know we are saved.
We've been walking through the book of Ephesians for the last 5 months or so and we will begin at verse 11. This section is about gospel unity - unity in the church, particularly the oneness that occurs because of Jesus.
We are going to explore the subject of Christ as our Peace. We used to be strangers, without hope and we had a bleak picture apart from Christ. The point of remembering is to rejoice in the power of the Gospel.
We have been in the deep waters of theology for the last several months and have seen the highest doctrines that make our minds sure, and here we are getting down to application in Paul's letter.