Summary: The Supremacy and Sufficiency of Christ, part 10
The Anatomy of Paul's Prayer
The Intensity of Paul's Prayer (vs. 1
The Heart of Paul's Prayer (vs. 2-3)
The Motivation Behind Paul's Prayer (vs. 4-5)
Summary: The Christmas story is filled with the paradoxes. This sermon examines four of them, and closes with the greatest paradox of all, that Christ would come to earth, live a sinless life and die for our sins, and people would still reject Christ.
Summary: Therefore, as you received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in him, rooted and built up in him and established in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding in thanksgiving. (Colossians 2:6-7ESV)
Summary: It took the sacrificial love of Jesus as expressed on the cross for people to come back to God. This change will provide us with the strength, wisdom, courage, love and other resources that we need to deal with our problems.
Summary: We are not to let others judge us for not participating in Holy Days or judge others who are participating in Holy Day's celebrations. Christ is the one we need to over come our sins. Christ is our righteousness.
Summary: The first Anglican Article of Religion states: "There is but one living and true God. There are three persons, of one substance, power and eternity; Father, Son and Holy Spirit." God in three persons blessed Trinity.