Earthly Obedience – Ephesians 6:1-9

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Ephesians 6:1-9

Obedience to those over us in daily life need not be a grievous task; it is one way that we serve Christ.

 

 

Ephesians 6.01-09.pdf        Ephesians 6.01-09.mp3

Central Streaming: Four Short Sermons

Lxx_minor_prophetsThe Prophet Haggai is sent to speak to a group of people recently returned from exile – and they listen.

Haggai.pdf                 Haggai.mp3

 

Central Streaming: Multicolored Wisdom

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SolomonGod’s wisdom is revealed in a variety of ways.

Proverbs 21-27.pdf          Proverbs 21-27.mp3

The Unpopular Doctrine of Hell: Part 5 of 5

Additional Information

This is the concluding post on this unpopular topic.  While preparing for the seminar I read several older sermons on the topic of hell – all available online – just to see what they were like.  There are links to these below, all of which are downloadable PDFs.  Finally, the whole idea for the Saturday Seminar at Calvary Chapel Bible College Indianapolis (CCBCi) grew out of an assignment for a theolodgy class with Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (TEDS).  That paper is also accessible below.  Thanks for your interest!

Last and Least: The Unpopular Doctrine of Hell-Kosobucki.pdf

Palmer St. Podcast: Ephesians 5:21-6:9

Sometimes submission to God requires submission in earthly relationships. In those cases, whether we are in authority or under authority, we need to fulfill our God-given roles as if we are directly serving Him.

Eph 5.21-6.09.mp3

Eph 5.21-6.09.pdf

Bible Reading Plan

With 2008 just a few days away, I put our Cover-to-Cover Bible reading plan on its own page off to the right. I may leave it there to stay. And now, some counsel from John Wesley to another minister:

“What has exceedingly hurt you in time past, nay, and I fear, to this day, is want of reading. I scarce ever knew a preacher who read so little. And perhaps, by neglecting it, you have lost the taste for it. Hence your talent in preaching does not increase. It is just the same as it was seven years ago. It is lively, but not deep; there is little variety; there is no compass of thought. Reading only can supply this, with meditation and daily prayer. You wrong yourself greatly by omitting this. You can never be a deep preacher without it, any more than a thorough Christian. Oh begin! Fix some part of every day for private exercises. You may acquire the taste which you have not; what is tedious at first will afterwards be pleasant. Whether you like it or no, read and pray daily. It is for your life; there is no other way; else you will be a trifler all your days, and a pretty, superficial preacher. Do justice to your own soul; give it time and means to grow. Do not starve yourself any longer.”

John Wesley, quoted in D. A. Carson and John D. Woodbridge, Letters Along The Way, page 169.

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