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One Another (The Path of Biblical Community) Series || 1 Thessalonians 5:13 calls us to be at peace among each other and then in verse 15 we are called to do good to one another. In between both of these calls, Paul gives us a strategy on how to live them out. In this sermon we look at this strategy and how it shapes our relationship with others.
One Another (The Path of Biblical Community) Series || God's design is for His people to live in biblical community together. But that means we have to do life together and interact with each other, which means we're inevitably going to find ourselves in moments where we don't agree with each other. So what do we do when a bunch of diverse people, from diverse backgrounds, with diverse opinions gather together and don’t see eye to eye on everything all the time? Paul answers that question for us in Romans 14 and 15 by calling us to accept one another.
One Another (The Path of Biblical Community) Series || What does the word forgive mean to you? In today's sermon we look at forgiveness and what is needed to fulfill the call to forgive one another. We contrast verse 31, which shows examples of our natural response rooted in our self, with verse 32, which shows how we should respond if we are rooted in Christ.
One Another (The Path of Biblical Community) Series || We are constantly tempted to approach biblical community as consumers; 'how can I be fed and have my needs met?' But that's not how God designed it. God's design for biblical community is much different and much better, and we see His design for it in Hebrews 10:24-25 where we are called to 'stir up one another'. In this sermon, we look at the 'what', 'how', and 'why' of this challenge.
Matt Haste was invited to guest preach at City Church (a local church plant we partner with) on 6/24/18. In this sermon, we look at 2 well-known stories involving two rich men and their different responses to Jesus. One will walk away sad, while the other will follow joyfully. In these two stories, we see that 'what is impossible with man is possible with God.'