Audio Recording Available under Sermon Audio Files Page of Website 2 Timothy 4:1-5 Tolerance used to mean that all people have equal value. Today tolerance has evolved to mean all ideas and all behavior have equal value. Even the definition of tolerance has changed, so much so in culture today, it is wrong and unacceptable to ever say that behavior is wrong, that is sinful. How we live influences our consequences on earth, our rewards in heaven, and if we ignore since, our pu
1 Corinthians 10:12-13.
Often times, well-meaning Christians offer others advice that may seem spiritual but not godly, something God never said. This past Sunday, we talked about trials and tribulations may come our way, and some of you right now, are going through a lot. It could be a financial burden; it could be you got a bad report from the doctor for you or someone you love. It could be you're battling with depression, any number of different things. Then the weight
1 Peter 1:13-19. If you believe that God wants me happy above all else, then whatever makes me happy must be right, and whatever makes me unhappy must be wrong. There’s a fundamental problem when people believe this. Scripture teaches us to be holy in 1 Peter 1:16: “For the Scriptures say, “You must be holy because I am holy.” However, many people translate it this way: “You must be happy because I am happy.” That's not what it says, because the Bible teaches us that just as