Jan 23, 2022
Sermon: The Industrious & Generous Self
Series: The New Self
Ephesians 4.28: Continuing to teach us how to live in the new self, Paul calls us to lives of generosity instead of lives of selfish thievery. How does this apply to our lives, since most of us aren't petty thieves? Or are we all tempted to this in different ways? The path of Christ guides us to true riches that are found in Christ's obedience. Following him, we do the work of the kingdom that we might be generous as he was generous to us.
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  • Jan 23, 2022Sermon: The Industrious & Generous Self
    Jan 23, 2022
    Sermon: The Industrious & Generous Self
    Series: The New Self
    Ephesians 4.28: Continuing to teach us how to live in the new self, Paul calls us to lives of generosity instead of lives of selfish thievery. How does this apply to our lives, since most of us aren't petty thieves? Or are we all tempted to this in different ways? The path of Christ guides us to true riches that are found in Christ's obedience. Following him, we do the work of the kingdom that we might be generous as he was generous to us.
  • Jan 16, 2022Sermon: Cloaked in Truth
    Jan 16, 2022
    Sermon: Cloaked in Truth
    Series: The New Self
    Ephesians 4.25-27: The beginning of the new self is embracing the truth of Jesus that we've been given. As our sin began through embracing the lie, so our path to life begins by embracing the truth. - truth on the large scale in the way of Jesus and on the small scale in our specific speech. This enables healthy community while deceit destroys community.
  • Jan 9, 2022Sermon: Putting on the New Self
    Jan 9, 2022
    Sermon: Putting on the New Self
    Series: The New Self
    Ephesians 4.17-24: The apostle Paul guides us into living out the "new self" that has been given us in Christ. First, we must recognize the wrong roads and increase our sensitivity to God's holiness and righteousness. This is the process of sanctification that brings us to fill out the new righteous wardrobe we've been gifted through Christ.