Here are some cool bits from early in Numbers. People are dedicated to the Lord and being formed into His people. At the same time, Moses and Aaron are being formed into High Priests – the men that will represent God to the people and vice versa.
Romans 3 talks about Justification and Righteousness. Righteousness is when God says you are alright. Justification is when God says that the things you do are the right things.
What would happen if we held on to truth (which is Christ) and increased our love? What if we increased our love even more for those that we disagree with, or are even our enemies? That is one of Christ’s most compelling teachings and that fits right in line with these things from Paul and Christ’s words of forgiveness from the cross.
These are my notes and commentary from a prayer meeting in March of 2016. Rus Lyons spoke about God’s compassionate love for us, starting with those funny stale marshmallow hearts with messages in them. I didn’t capture his whole talk because I was taking notes! God has a history of loving His people. When the […]
This is 1 of 3 sermons I preached on 2 Thessalonians. Or you can download: HopeForAKingdom 2015-06-28 Here are my super-rough notes. v.3 We ought always to give thanks to God for you, brothers,1 as is right, because your faith is growing abundantly, and the love of every one of you for one another is increasing. […]
These are some old notes I never posted from Tim Keller and John Burke. I don’t remember where or when the event happened, but these notes are still good.