Sermons on 2 Corinthians
Eternal life is a free gift given on the basis of God’s grace. Everyone will be judged by Christ and rewarded according to what we’ve done. We are called to be servants.
I believe in the resurrection of the body and the life everlasting.
Discovering a purpose for pain in 2 Corinthians. God comforts us so that we may comfort others. Our capacity to comfort other people is determined by the degree to which we’ve suffered.
If you are in an in-the-meantime season of life, would you be willing to consider receiving it as a gift with a purpose and a promise? The purpose may not yet have been revealed, but the promise is right now, “God’s grace is sufficient for you.” His power will be made perfect in your weakness.
This is the last week of our series called “Beyond 52: Church Outside of Sunday Mornings.” There are 52 possible Sundays in a year that you and I could walk through the doors of a church. But the Bible’s vision of the Church is more than just a couple hours on Sunday mornings; it’s a way of life. So in this series, we’ve talked about what church is. It’s not an event. It’s not a building. It’s not until believers…
If this could be a daily discipline, I believe every single one of us will have scores of stories to tell about how God used us, included us, scared us, and came through for us.