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Resources on Assurance Of Salvation

Rooted

You may remember, if you were with us last time, that Paul at the end of chapter 1 has begun to defend his ministry. There were false teachers at Colossae undermining his message, but also assaulting and undermining his ministry. He’s defending himself; he’s continuing to defend his ministry in these first five verses of chapter 2 as well, only now he really seems to bear his heart...

Rooted

 Paul has learned of the Christians at Colossae that their faith was being shaken, undermined, assaulted by some false teaching that had begun to infect the church. There were teachers claiming real “fullness” - that was their word; Paul is going to use it repeatedly in this letter as a way to counter their error - real “fullness,” power, spiritual dynamism in the Christian life was to be...

We’re in a series right now on Romans chapter 8 and this is the very end of the series on Romans chapter 8. It has been a detailed argument, so far, that Paul is making and it has lots of nooks and crannies and there are a lot in this passage and we can’t get to them all. But the main idea in Romans 8 is this –...

1 John

If you have your Bibles I'd invite you to turn with me to 1 John chapter 5. Today we come to the end of our study of 1 John. This is the epilogue of the book, from the 13th verse of this chapter to the end: John's final words, his parting words, an afterword to us in which he sums up some of the great emphases of...

Matthew

If you have your Bibles with you, I invite you to turn with me to Matthew chapter eleven.  As we continue our study in Matthew's gospel, we've completed a survey of Matthew chapter ten in which the Lord Jesus commissioned His disciples before they went out on their first missionary journey into towns of Judea.  And we might expect Matthew to tell us a little about what happened on that first journey, but...

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