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True Christians Rejoice in the Spread of the Gospel

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Scripture: Romans 1:5-7
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Gospel, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Do you rejoice to hear about the gospel being faithfully spread throughout the world even if God chose you use someone else to accomplish the work, instead of you?

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How Do I Respond If Someone Despises Me For My Youth?

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 4:11-121 Timothy 4:16
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Deacons, Elders, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When facing criticism, how can I discern if the criticism is valid or biased based on my youth? If I am being unfairly criticized due to my age, how should I properly respond?

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Why is it Often Easier to Criticize Than Encourage?

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Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 5:11Hebrews 3:13
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Deacons, Elders, Service, Loving the Saints, Contributor: Joel Webbon

When we offer criticism we express that something is lacking and requires our contribution. However, when we offer encouragement we acknowledge that success is present apart from our contribution. This often requires a great deal more humility.

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Christian Service: To Bring about the Obedience of Faith and the Glory of God

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Scripture: Romans 1:5-7
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Deacons, Elders, Service, Loving the Saints, Missions, Contributor: Joel Webbon

This week Pastor Joel Webbon teaches on Romans 1:5-7. His focus was on the twofold purpose of God’s grace: grace for salvation and grace for service.

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Set Apart for the Gospel of God

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Scripture: Romans 1:1
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Contributor: Zack Gilman

As we look at the life of the Apostle Paul, we clearly see that God chose him for the spreading of the gospel. In a similar manner, if you are a Christian, you have been set apart by God for his glory and the sharing of his gospel.

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Work Your Salvation “Out,” Not “In”

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:17-21
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Calling, Christian Ministry, Doctrine of Justification, Doctrine of Sanctification, Gospel, Gospel, Church Unity, Deacons, Elders, Service, Loving the Saints, Missions, Service, Contributor: Joel Webbon

God chose to save you in order to use you. We’re not saved BY our good works, but we are saved UNTO good works.

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HOW CAN CHURCHES MAINTAIN UNITY IN THE MIDST OF THIS CRISIS? | PART-3

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Calling, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Contributor: Joel Webbon

ARE THERE ANY OTHER METHODS OF ACHIEVING UNITY OTHER THAN CHARITY? In regards to achieving and preserving unity, it is important to note that there are at least two methods of accomplishing this task: 1) One method is by extending charity in the midst of reasonable disagreement. And due to the unprecedented nature of the recent events surrounding Covid-19, I …

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WHEN SHOULD CHRISTIANS ACTUALLY REBEL AGAINST CIVIL AUTHORITIES? | PART-2

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Calling, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Contributor: Joel Webbon

ARE THERE ANY BIBLICAL EXAMPLES OF CIVIL REBELLION? When it comes to the Christian’s duty to submit to the civil authorities, it is important that we rightly interpret the whole of Scripture on this matter. Firstly, it is important to recognize that Romans 13 (the biblical text that is so often being cited for why churches should comply with the …

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CHURCH MAY BE ESSENTIAL, BUT IS IT UNIQUE? | PART-1

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Scripture: Hebrews 10:24-25
Topics: Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Bitterness, Christian Contentment, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Confrontation, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Calling, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Christian Ministry, Evangelism, Calling, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Christian Ministry, Contributor: Joel Webbon

HOW IS CHURCH ESSENTIAL? Allow me to be abundantly clear: I firmly believe with every fiber of my being that the Church (not merely individual believers themselves, but the gathered assembly of these believers on the Lord’s Day for the administering of the ordinary means of grace) is absolutely “essential.” However, this statement is not meant to convey that I …