This gets back to what I shared earlier from Col 1:9-10. What is the will of God for all the saints here? To walk worthy of the Lord. How do we walk in this type of worthy manner? By living in a way that is fully pleasing to Him. And what pleases Him? The second […]
Is this how we should think of the gospel? If we do, we will be making a grave, grave mistake. Fruit comes from the gospel. Fruit, not just in terms of salvation, but fruit in all aspects of the Christian life and maturity. We see this in Paul’s letters. For example, Galatians talks about the […]
Text: Col 1:1-14 We are beginning our study through the book of Colossians. I have been waiting to teach this book for a while because it’s one of my favorites. In particular, the second half of Col 1 is one of the most beautiful, most profound sections in all of Scripture. It would serve us […]
Michael Horton and Rod Rosenbladt of the White Horse Inn sat down with Dan Siedell of Knox Theological Seminary and LIBERATE, to discuss the Reformation recovery of vocation and its relationship to the doctrine of justification.
The fifth litmus test–a Christian is someone who is concerned about God’s name and His kingdom. Verse 9. We start with acknowledging who we are talking to. Our Father in heaven. He is the Creator, we are the creature. We start by acknowledging the immense gap between us and God. God is not our buddy. […]