The Birth of a Miracle. Luke 1:26-37 The birth of Jesus Christ was a miracle. The miracle of the birth of Jesus is that He was virgin-born.The virgin birth is one of the great truths of the Bible. No greater height of prophetic truth did ever a prophet rise when Isaiah declared that Jesus was be born of a virgin. For hundreds of years the virgin birth was revealed, but the hour came when the virgin birth became a reality. This child was a baby with an earthly mother, but no earthly father. This child was a baby that had a heavenly Father, but no earthly mother. This child was a virgin born child!Whose blood was in the Lord Jesus? It was the very blood of God! The result was, He was sinless, and therefore being sinless, He could be our Substitute!
What do we know about heaven and how much of what we think we know is untrue? Today we consider what is know about heaven. We know heaven is real and that only those who are saved will be there. We know we will spend eternity with God without the impact of sin. We also know this is not automatic and many who say Lord Lord, will not enter the kingdom of heaven. In this brief sermon we try to describe what is true and untrue about heaven.
In this chapter you will learn that God created the sexual intimacy in marriage between a wife and her husband to be a joy. It is not to be shameful or impure. It is important that you both meet each other's needs.
Pastor Jesse gives scriptural instructions about the roles in the family and how each family member can fulfill their role.
1 Peter 3, Titus 2, Ephesians 5
If you have a question, please email us at [email protected]
SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/@Bibleline for more
SHARE: with all your friends and family
THANK YOU FOR LISTENING
Just to be clear, this message is not arguing for a Roman Catholic like single priesthood pastor. Rather, I am presenting an alternative viewpoint, to Pastor Caldwell's. He proclaims "one wife" is the norm, while allowing room for single pastors. My interpretation of "one wife" is that it is a LIMITATION! In Paul's day polygamy was part of the culture, was a new believer with more than one wife to get rid of some? One wife is a limitation because more than one would be a distraction to the high calling of ministry. No wife, as Paul states in 1 Corinthians 7:32-33, has its advantages, especially for churches who see God's Kingdom, love for Christ, seeking things above, as priorities, even over the important ministry of family counselling.
The Gospel changes people! That change will be evident in the recipient of a new heart. It changes how we view and live out our lives in this world. Working from Titus 2:6 and other passages we see how single Women and younger men should live out their lives unto the Lord in the midst of a crooked culture.
Today we're taking a closer look at the sixty-second chapter of the Book of Isaiah.
If you found this resource to be a blessing to you today, please share it with someone you know, and consider taking a moment to leave a comment and tell others what you found edifying. Also, don't forget to like and subscribe on YouTube so you'll never miss a new broadcast; and feel free to visit my website, ChristianFamilyReformation.com, for inspiration and encouragement in your family's walk with the Lord.
May the Lord inspire you to live life today in light of eternity… Seize the day for Jesus Christ!
Last week I tried to show you that Deacons must be faithful men; men full of the Holy Spirit. They will be men who will live out their faithfulness in the context of the home first; and then the church will be pleased to have them serve. What does it mean for a man to be faithful in his home? What does it mean for a man to be faithful in the church? And why is it a desirable thing for a man to become a deacon? These are the questions that I will attempt to answer this afternoon by way of the following points. 1st – A man who would be a deacon will be a faithful husband. 2nd – A man who would be a deacon will be a faithful ruler in his home. And 3rd – A man who is a faithful deacon will obtain a reward for his service from the Lord Himself in this life.
Biblical Theology of the Diaconate (20): the Lord has established a principle for His people that situations of financial lack are opportunities to show generosity in a way that prioritizes marriage and family the way that God does.
A simple enough statement. A wise son will make his father glad to have him as a son. But it bears discussion in these days when most fathers are "sad" and not glad. This reminds us where our ultimate gladness, peace and joy must come from!
Also Reference: Psalm 70:4
Paul continues on instructions regarding marriage and reminds us all not to be engrossed in the things of the world but to make decisions based on how we may best glorify Him. There are valid options for different situations but one goal - to please the Lord.
Pastor Wood teaches from the book of Genesis.
Human life is sacred, and we must follow God's plan for humanity. The broad road leads to destruction; the narrow road leads to life. God's judgment is coming.
In addressing questions related to marriage and divorce, Paul gives a charge to singles (particularly widows/widowers), married believers and Christians married to an unbeliever. The common theme is, if possible, to remain as you are with specified exceptions. The hidden key is our relationship to Christ.