The Promise of Righteousness
It looks foolish to be righteous as God defines it or to think it makes a difference
God Keeps His Promises
Exploring his covenants to see where (and what) his promises are
Study & Share Insert
...#1. It’s been said that if we could keep the First Commandment (or first three), then we wouldn’t need the others. Christians & Jews (& Muslims) are radically & strictly monotheist (Genesis 9:6; Deuteronomy 6:4; Psalms 20:7, 33:16-17, 115:4-8, 135:15-18, 146:3-4; Isaiah 44:9-20, 46:1-7; Acts 15:28-29; Romans 1:18-22, 16:18; 1 Corinthians 10:14-22; Philippians 3:18-19). How does this give St. Paul the standing to assert that all have sinned & fallen short & that a righteousness apart from the law is needed for all? See Matthew 3:7-10; John 8:31-47; Romans 3:9-31, 5:12, 6:6-23, 16:25-27; Philippians 3:9; Galatians 2:16; Ephesians 2:8-9
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By the way, our Wednesday Sermon and Series is...
Jeremiah 8:4-7, 18--9:6
Stowaways hide out and ignore the mission and ministry. They don't care where we're going or how we're getting there.
When God's Church works together as a crew, not passengers, stowaways, or pirates, good things happen.
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