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The Divine Foundation for Human Existence
Shared by: Harold Jenkerson on Feb, 2016
Summary: The trinitarian nature of the triune God is the pattern for the creation of the individual. This triunitarian nature is the foundation for developing a systematic theology and psychology of the individual, especially the believer.
Shared by: Scott Coltrain on Jul, 2015
Summary: A simple study that shows that people are free moral agents who choose their eternal destiny rather than the Calvinist Predestination that God has predetermined by decree from eternity past who specifically will be saved and who will be condemned
Redemption, That Is Amazing Grace
Shared by: J Jeffrey Smead on Jul, 2015
Summary: Paul declares that we have been redeemed through the blood of Christ. The word redemption is a commercial term borrowed from the marketplace where human beings were offered for sale to the highest bidder, Our only hope of redemption is in Christ Jesus.
Every Spiritual Blessing
Shared by: Greg Gordon on May, 2015
Summary: Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us in the heavenly realms with every spiritual blessing in Christ. - Ephesians 1:3 What an encouragement to know that we have been given every spiritual blessing we need in Jesus ..
4 Christmas questions.
Shared by: Robert Walderman on Dec, 2014
Summary: When standing next to a young girl looking at Christmas tree ornaments, she turned to her mother and asked in puzzled tone why one ornament read, 'Jesus is the reason for the season.' Could it be she had no idea of the Christ of Christmas.
All In Favor? SAY I..
Shared by: Charlie Roberts on Sep, 2014
Summary: That's gods plan for you..all of them..every spiritual blessing, He has known us..from the beginning By our name, by our image..by our Very own fingerprints Even then.. He saw you blessed and prosperous..because He saw you full of His Grace and favor
An Expression of Appreciation for the Appropriation of Grace
Shared by: Bryan Beverly on Aug, 2014
Summary: This text is a doxology that praises the God whose grace makes room for misfits.
"I Am A Saint in Christ"
Shared by: Sean Harder on Mar, 2014
Summary: Some say that you could do all your biblical counselling from Ephesians alone. This is said because Paul, in Ephesians, places so much emphasis on our identity being in Christ alone. As Christians, we live from our identity, not for it.
Series: Who Do You Think You Are?
Shared by: josh foster on Feb, 2014
Summary: Two-fold: first, to recognize that the relationships/inter-connections within this church family are first and foremost a product of the redeeming, providential work of God the Father. Secondly, the result of this reality should be a response of celebra
Series: What's a Church to Be Like?
The Centrality of Christ
Shared by: Billy Ricks on Feb, 2014
Summary: Second week of the Ephesians Series. God designed the Church to Be Christ centered. If we are Christ centered we will speak well of God and fulfill our purpose.
What is Reality?
Shared by: Tom Fuller on Jan, 2014
Summary: We often rely on our senses and even our emotions to tell us what’s real. Paul, as he begins the letter to the Ephesians, tells of a reality more real than you have ever known, with advantages far greater than anything this age has to offer, all in Jesus.
Series: Ephesians: Living the Good Life