These are the difficult, real-life situations that the apostle Paul addresses in our text. He is answering the question of how we, as children of light, should relate to a morally dark world. Pastor Wimmer explains this week’s passages and the gospel lesson.
What does it mean that the “wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight?” Listen to Pastor Wimmer to find out more.
As Christian, we have made a covenant with God. He saves us and as our response we are to live as He would have us live
You shall love the Lord your God…with all your soul…” is our topic for March. Understanding soul and defining it may be the most difficult of the list to grasp firmly. While we of faith firmly believe in having a soul and even experience having a soul, it is not something we can set in…Details
To live in this world means that you will encounter temptation. If we want to be godly people, we must learn to resist the temptations that come at us from the world, the flesh, and the devil. Jesus Christ is our great example and teacher when it comes to resisting temptation. He was “tempted in…Details
Can God actually use broken and imperfect people? This sermon explores Paul’s defense of his right to be a preacher of the Gospel. He is not like the flashy teachers. He is just an afflicted, perplexed, persecuted, and struck down clay jar. It is in the darkness of real life that the Gospel shines the…Details
If we consider “worship” as merely singing and going to church, we miss the point. When we live for God alone, and offer our bodies for His purpose and delight, we are actually worshipping Him as well. In light of this, being an authentic, honest-to-goodness kind of Christian will be a great way to show…Details
What is discipleship? What is the aim of discipleship? And how is it done typically? Every Christian should be helping unbelievers become believers by showing them Christ; that is, making a disciple. And every Christian should be helping other believers grow to more and more maturity. That is making a disciple.
When Jesus quotes the law in Deuteronomy with “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.”, he begins with heart. There is no way to prove that the order suggests a priority, but it does raise the…Details