And the gospel must first be proclaimed to all nations.
Marriage: Union with God
Looking at Matthew 19:1-12 we saw how biblical marriage is to be a union which finds its strength in reflecting the union of individual.
Marriage: Relation to God
In this message we look at Ephesians 5:21-33 where Paul speaks of submitting to one another out of reverence for Christ.
Marriage: Future with GodThis is the concluding message in the series in which we explore the future that is ahead of Christian marriages. We deal with preparing for the future, being prepared for the future and accepting the future.
The Transforming Gospel
In this section Paul is concerned by the lack of change in the Galatians, which leaves him wondering if he has wasted his effort so far on them. In light of this he writes of his desire to see Christ.
The Promised Gospel
Here we discover the great blessing of living with as the recipients of the promise of God. Rather than under the captivity of the law.
The Living Gospel
The gospel is a matter which is lived out in lives. Peters action did not matched the gospel he preached and Paul had to address him about it.
The Justified Gospel
A central thrust to the gospel is that it provide justification for sinful men.
The Free Gospel
Paul shows the Galatians how the gospel sets us free from the curse of the law which we could not keep.
The Familiar Gospel
In this message we see how the gospel gives us a familiar relationship with God. This is seen in the fact we can call him Father.
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