Need for a New Birth | John 3:1-21
Some would argue this passage is about a regeneration, about being a spiritual Christian over a Carnal Christian. But this is not at all the case. Join us today as we dig into the purpose of Jesus conversation with Nicodemus.
Romans 6:15-23 | Some times we think, that because we are saved by the grace of God, that should be enough to merit the sin we chase after. God will forgive us right? But digging deeper into this idea, we need to realize that first and foremost, we are to be Slaves to His righteousness.
We live in a world where people are skeptic by nature. We have some many against the bible, or even questioning the validity. How do we know the bible today as we know it can be trusted? What proof do we have?
Romans 6:1-14 | We have died to sin and now live in Christ. We must now live our lives as holy. Consider ourselves dead to sin, and Present ourselves to God as one who was brought from death into life.
We have all heard it said, " it doesn't matter what you believe, as long as you focus on Jesus" But what does this really mean? Why is this phrase something that is dangerous to speak? Is it true, or does it really matter?
Romans 4:1-8 | In the early cultures, as well as even in some religions today, we see the concept of works based righteousness. Today we explain how even Abrahams righteousness was not based on works, but that our righteousness is by faith alone.
Romans 3:21-26 | Beginning a new segment that discusses the justification provided by God's righteousness, we now get into the idea of being called Saints. A royal priesthood, one guilty criminals now called innocent and holy.
We often assume that by our own doing we have accepted Gods forgiveness, by some miracle it was our good deed(s) that is merit. The bible is clear that there is not one who is righteous or "good enough" apart from Gods work in them.
Why does God judge and punish others? How is this loving to do? Today in this episode we look into the purpose of Gods judgment as well as how we see in a righteous standard how it can be defined as "good"
Righteousness is more than just a prideful mindset, righteousness is given to the Christian upon their repentance and rebirth as a Child of God, as well as an ongoing process into righteousness (Sanctification) through the works of the Spirit within us. But what are some attributes of a Righteous person?