Pastor Brewer considers Paul's advice to Titus on the subjects of teaching both sound doctrine and life ethics to his flock. Paul stresses that integrity lies at the root of the Christian life: Where conduct is integral with, and reflective of, beliefs.
In another type or shadow of the life of Jesus in the account of Joseph in Genesis, we see them both falsely accused and arrested but also both maintaining Biblical character throughout.
Also Reference: Proverbs 7:22, Genesis 19:15-18. Matthew 26:60-61, John 2:19, John 2:20-21, Genesis 2:17, Genesis 3:4, Matthew 26:50, James 4:10 (see also Matthew 4 and Luke 4)
We continue where we left off by focusing on the second half of our proverb and quote Henry Percy from Shakespeare's "Henry V" based in the history of England, discuss Benedict Arnold in the American Revolution and recall Judas Iscariot the Betrayer of Jesus.
Also Reference: Proverbs 22:1
Pastor teaches his family a selection from "the Proverb of the day." In this verse of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that we must consider our Creator and Redeemer, first and foremost, in how we transact our financial business.
Pastor prepares his family for the evening sermon at Covenant PCA in Panama City in 1Kings 3. In these twenty-eight verses, the Holy Spirit teaches us that saints in this life are still complex sinners, but that their God is a patient and gracious God. More important than wisdom and honor is to fear Him and keep His commandments, for this is man's end.
Before we can begin the fight against the "wiles of the Devil," we must arm ourselves. One of the first things to put-on is the Belt of Truth. We gird ourselves with integrity, honesty, sincerity, and being real. This message expounds on that premise.