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What’s The Difference Between Joe Biden’s “Unity” And Unity According To God?

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Scripture: Ephesians 4:11-15
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Humility, Love, Contributor: Joel Webbon

President Joe Biden and members of the Democratic Party continue to call for unity, but this “unity” seems very disingenuous. So what does the Bible have to say about unity? And what are the primary distinctions between Biden’s unity and God’s?

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What’s The Difference Between Joe Biden’s “Unity” And Unity According To God?

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Scripture: Ephesians 4:11-15
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Contributor: Joel Webbon

President Joe Biden and members of the Democratic Party continue to call for unity, but this “unity” seems very disingenuous. So what does the Bible have to say about unity? And what are the primary distinctions between Biden’s unity and God’s?

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Longing to See the Saints

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Scripture: Romans 1:8-15
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Contributor: Joel Webbon

This week Pastor Joel Webbon teaches on Romans 1:8-15. His focus was on three key characteristics of a true saint: 1) Saints rejoice in the spread of the gospel, 2) Saints devote themselves to fervent and humble prayer, and 3) Saints long to be with other saints.

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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: Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, 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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What is wholesome speech according to the Bible?

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Scripture: Ephesians 4:29
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Loving the Saints, Legalism, Loving the Saints, Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Personal Holiness, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Are there certain words that Christians should never use? Or, is our speech merely evaluated by its effects and our motives? In other words, what is wholesome speech according to the Bible?

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How does the Bible define love?

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Scripture: 1 John 3:16-182 John 6:1Ephesians 5:2Ephesians 5:25John 3:16
Topics: Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Personal Holiness, Culture & Politics, Love, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Loving the Saints, Legalism, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Our culture seems to have an endless amount of definitions for love. But how does the Bible define love?

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What is the Church’s Role in Caring for The Poor?

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 5:3-16
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Loving the Saints, Legalism, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Personal Holiness, Culture & Politics, Love, Stewardship, Contributor: Joel Webbon

What is the church’s role in caring for the poor?

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How Can a Person Be Both Rich & Righteous?

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Scripture: 1 Timothy 6:17-21
Topics: Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Loving the Saints, Legalism, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Personal Holiness, Culture & Politics, Love, Stewardship, Stewardship, Contributor: Joel Webbon

Riches in this life may bring profit now, but they will not profit in “the day of wrath.” In fact, riches in this life are often a pitfall to living a righteous life. So how can a person be both rich and righteous at the same time?

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Was Jesus Always Gentle?

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Scripture: Galatians 5:22-23John 2:13-16
Topics: Humility, Love, Humility, Love, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Evangelism, Christian Ministry, Discipleship, Humility, Personal Holiness, Personal Holiness, Culture & Politics, Love, Stewardship, Stewardship, Confrontation, Doctrine of the Son, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Unity, Loving the Saints, Spiritual Gifts, Loving the Saints, Legalism, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Church Membership, Church Polity, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Loving the Saints, Polemics, Contributor: Joel Webbon

I recognize that gentleness is a fruit of the Spirit that every Christian should possess. However, how do I reconcile gentleness with Jesus who fashioned a whip to drive the money changers out of the temple?