The fool's mouth calleth for strokes. He's ASKING for it! But we remind viewers that faithful preachers also receive such attacks. We must make sure that any "strokes" we receive is not from pride or foolishness but for simply standing for the truth of God's word.
Also Reference: 2 Corinthians 11:23-25, Proverbs 14:3, Proverbs 15:7
In the book of Genesis, we learn about the origin of the universe, of life, of humanity, of marriage, of sin, of suffering, of redemption, of judgment, of mercy and grace, and of death. We also learn about the origin of languages, the scattering of humanity around the world, of ancestral-descendent lineages, the formation of family groups, and of relationship dynamics.
Romans 1:21 says when we knew God we were not thankful. But another sin preceded this. What was the original sin in Adam? The first sin in Adam was the first in creation and in each of us.
**Subscribe at patrickbriney.com and receive a free book and updates on Dr. Briney's new books and resources.
**Visit Life Changing Scriptures to download free resources at https://lifechangingscriptures.org.
00:00 Adam's Tragic Fall From Thankfulness
07:13 Original Sin
23:01 The Origin Of Sin In Creation
10:24 The Danger Of Being Unthankful
Christians have no basis to boast in themselves but have every reason to boast in the Lord Jesus who provides gracious salvation to them. Many problems in the church and culture can be solved by a healthy dose of humility before God and others.
Let's take a checkup ... a spiritual MRI to see how many of the old things are passed away in us. These 21 vices of a depraved society are extremely practical in detailing a heart that has wandered from Christ. Let there be light! The Light of Christ's Gospel in our life.
What goes into believers' plans and greetings? Titus 3:12–15 prepares us for the second serial reading in public worship on the Lord's Day. In these four verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that believers humbly see their neediness and seek/accept help, but also rejoice at opportunities to be used by Christ to meet others' needs
Hosea declares the Judgment that is coming on his nation and he covers some of the reasons for it. As he describes the things they are accountable for it seems he is not describing ancient Israel but America as it looks today. We should head the warning and discern the pattern of judgment because it seems our nation is ripe for it.
After the Israelites cross the Red Sea, what do they do? Worship. That may seem like a very odd response after such a stressful experience, so is that actually the appropriate action? Of course! So why is it that we don't typically have this reaction to God's work in our lives? Today we look at half of what is referred to as "The Song of Moses," as Moses and the Israelites looks at God's past actions and what that tells of his character.