We are sinners whose only hope is against our accuser is our Great Advocate Jesus Christ.
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Taken from 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, this sermon seeks to persuade listeners not to waste a single moment more waiting to follow Christ.
In what spirit do you receive confessions from your Christian siblings? Do you ever judge them more or less harshly due to a different type of sin from what you've known personally? The playing field was leveled at the cross.
What do you do with your doubts? Do you demand proof from Jesus? How does He respond to you when your faith is weak?
How does Thanksgiving look to your and your family, congregation and community?
Are you humble in your pursuits? Do you strive after the things of this world? Or do you seek God, His will, the cross and Christ's good pleasure?
Rather than focusing on what one should be gaining from church experience, attendees should be focusing on practicing what they've learned already.
We are called to be ready at the drop of a hat to provide proper argumentation for the sake of the gospel.
Preachers and pastors are not immune to depression and other forms of spiritual, psychological and emotional attack. The key to suffering these attacks well is one's response to them.
Peace goes beyond a concept or feeling into a state of being, a reality for Christians who know Jesus.