We look at the famous “Fruit of the Spirit” and “Works of the Flesh” passage, and we talk about freedom in Christ. F
We look at what it means to be faithful even as times get difficult.
We find that Jesus has humbled himself, given it all up to die and show us the way to resurrection. What does it mean for us to fall into the rhythm of God in this world? We talk about how we often try to make temporal things eternal, and our calling is to allow them…
Paul tells us that despite being the epitome of an honorable person, a good Jew, he “counts it all as loss” because of Christ. What does it mean to count it all as loss? We find that only in giving up our accomplishments do they have any value at all.
Paul calls upon the Philippian church to imitate him, to live like he lives. We look at what it means to live as disciples who mimic, not students who fill our head with information.
We continue working through 1 Corinthians 12, finding Paul identifying the Corinthian church as the body of Christ. We look at what this means for us.
In our third week of Job, we look at our place before God, recognizing that we, like Job, are in a very humble place before the creator of the universe. We see that we know less than we think, and that the perfect revelation of God in Christ should be the center of our knowledge…
In part 2 of 3 in Job, we look how Job and his friends respond to his suffering. How should we respond to suffering? When we suffer. When friends suffer. What does it mean to be faithful and to speak well in the midst of suffering?