Last week we studied Romans 8:28-30 and the five greatest blessings the Lord has bestowed upon us. This Sunday we will conclude this chapter by observing five rhetorical questions Paul asks, 1. "If God is for us, who can be against us?" 2. How can God not "graciously give us all things?" 3. "Who wil
The Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective. Based on A.T.Robertson's "A Harmony of the Gospels" (Paragraphs 148-151).The observance of the Passover Seder; The Promises and Admonitions by the King; The High Priestly Prayer.
As Paul concludes this third section of the Book of Romans, he draws our attention to our great God, who is like none other. After having revealed to us God's incredible plan to justify we who are dead in trespasses and sins, to unite us with Himself through the work of Messiah, to impart His Holy S
The righteousness of God that comes not by attempting to obey the Law, or to bring forth our own good deeds before God, is something we don't have to go up or down to get; it is something right here and it only needs to be received. Everyone who calls on the Name of the Lord will be saved.
The Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective. Based on A.T.Robertson's "A Harmony of the Gospels" (Paragraphs 140-148).The Preparation for Messiah's Death; The Last Passover; The First Lord's Supper, The Seder, The Hallel.
But concerning Israel He says, "All day long I have held out my hands to a disobedient and obstinate people." (Isaiah 65:2)
Recognize God has given gifts to individuals, but we are to use them cautiously, for the good of one another, and for the glory of God. Love is to be the watchword of who we are and of what we do. Our command is to love as Yeshua loved us.
Patience and the ability to wait is a reflection of hope in the Lord, knowing that He is operating on our behalf. For one who has their hope in the Lord, there is a sense of peace, rest and acceptance, knowing that all things are in the hands of the Lord. Though invisible, God is always at work.
The Life of Messiah from a Jewish Perspective. Based on A.T.Robertson's "A Harmony of the Gospels" (Paragraphs 151-153).The High Priestly Prayer; The Agony of Gethsemane; The Arrest.
In view of God's mercy, we are urged to offer our self as a living sacrifice; to live for Him, not for our self. We are to proclaim the Good News; to live humbly.