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What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? (Part 4)

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:41 Timothy 5:8Ephesians 5:25Exodus 20:12
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

In order to properly address this question, the answer has been divided into four parts. In this episode, Pastor Joel focuses his attention on the biblical duty of an adult son to his aging parents.

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What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? (Part 3)

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:8Ephesians 5:25Proverbs 13:22
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? In order to properly address this question, the answer has been divided into four parts. In this episode, Pastor Joel focuses his attention on the biblical duty of a grandfather to his grandchildren.

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What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? (Part 2)

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:8Ephesians 5:25Ephesians 5:25-30
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? In order to properly address this question, the answer has been divided into four parts. In this episode, Pastor Joel focuses his attention on the biblical duty of a husband to his wife.

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What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? (Part 1)

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:8Ephesians 5:25Ephesians 5:25-30
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Marriage,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

What Does Biblical Masculinity Look Like In The Home? In order to properly address this question, the answer has been divided into four parts. In this episode, Pastor Joel focuses his attention on the biblical duty of a husband to his wife.

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The Wickedness of Welfare: A Case Study On Caring For Widows

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:3-4
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Marriage, Stewardship, Justice, Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Service,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Honor widows who are truly widows. But if a widow has children or grandchildren, let them first learn to show godliness to their own household and to make some return to their parents, for this is pleasing in the sight of God. 1 Timothy 5:3-4 ESV INTRODUCTION It has been said that the true test of a civilization is the …

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Your Pastor When He May Be in Sin

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:19-25
Topics: Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Service, Church Discipline, Church Membership, Church Polity, Elders,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

What is the difference between bringing a “charge” and bringing a “concern” to your pastors? The Bible allows for both, but we must diligently discern between the two, and exercise true humility as we approach those who have been appointed in positions of spiritual authority.

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The True Meaning of “Where Two or More Are Gathered”

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:19-25
Topics: Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Service, Church Discipline, Church Membership, Church Polity, Elders, Church Membership, Church Polity, Church Unity,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Matthew 18:20 is one of the most misinterpreted texts in Scripture. Watch this clip as Pastor Joel explains the true meaning of, “For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”

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The Victim & The Accuser

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:19-25
Topics: Doctrine of the Word, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Marriage, Stewardship, Justice, Justice,
Contributor: Joel Webbon

Sadly, in the kangaroo court of social media, the “victim” often seems to be whoever can speak up first with a heart-wrenching story. However, according to God’s standards for justice, it is quite possible for the alleged victim to turn out to be the actual victimizer.

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Justice is Blind

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:19-25
Topics: Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Parenting, Biblical Manhood, Marriage, Stewardship, Justice, Justice, Culture & Politics, Justice,
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Our culture seems to have forgotten that true justice is blind. If we are willing to show partiality, on any basis, we are deliberately choosing to pervert justice.