Our passage this morning is part of an extended teaching on how men and women should conduct themselves in the church. In verse 8 the Apostle Paul gave instructions for the men: They were to stop fighting and to start praying. In verses 9-10 he began his instructions for the...
Over the last few weeks, we’ve considered the women in Jesus’ genealogy, and we’ve asked the question: “Why did Matthew include these curious footnotes?” Well, we don’t need to ask that question this morning, do we? Mary is included in this genealogy because she was chosen by God to be...
Today we will be looking at the fourth woman in Matthew’s genealogy of Jesus – the fourth curious footnote. This addition is perhaps more curious than all the rest. This fourth woman is not even named! That’s odd because Matthew knew her name! He is referring here to Bathsheba, yet...
No cause is too small for our God, just as no problem is too big for Him. We are going to see this today in the life of Ruth – God does great things through ordinary people.
It is always a gift when the New Testament authors interpret the Old Testament for us and we’re taught that the story of Rahab ought to be read as a story of faith. If we are going to see what we are meant to see, then we will need to...
We are separated by a great chasm – a chasm that we created with our sin and rebellion. God saw us in our sin and our ruin, and He built a bridge across the great chasm – a bridge that was firmly planted on both sides! Jesus is the way...
Our passage this morning is built on a premise that has been universally accepted by every generation up to our day, but which has recently been dismissed as barbaric and out of touch. Our passage this morning is built upon the premise that men and women are equal but different. ...
In Ephesus, some opponents had begun to restrict the Gospel to only a select group. There were certain criteria that had to be met in order for you to qualify for the good news of Jesus Christ. This was a HORRIFIC belief that had to be stopped dead in its...
When we are too afraid to say the things that need to be said – when we compromise on our convictions and make peace with sin – we murder souls. Evidently, as we will see in our text this morning, this is what the Apostle Paul believed. 1 Timothy 1:18-20
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