When the pharisees accused Jesus of breaking the law, it’s important to note that He was breaking their man-made laws, not the laws of Moses.
Looking over some history of people in the bible, who they thought they were, and who God knew they would eventually be.
The end of 2 Samuel is chronologically wonky. It’s not meant to be in order, but it’s like the forgotten highlights that didnt’ make into the chronological part. Another way to look at it is as an overview of his legacy. We all know King David is about to die, so let’s look over some […]
I’m reading William Barclay’s commentary on the letters to the Corinthians and his commentary on chapter 3 is amazing for 2019. “This identification with some party is the acceptance of slavery by those who should be kings. In fact they are masters of all things, because they belong to Christ and Christ belongs to God. […]
Here is my sermon on 1 Corinthians. I’ve never preached chapter by chapter through it. We just went through Colossians to learn more about Jesus, then had Pentecost and celebrated that God sent His Holy Spirit into us. Now we’re going to spend a few months learning about what it’s like to live the Christian […]