The case of the woman taken in adultery is one of the most beloved passages in scripture, as it depicts the shocking mercy of the Lord Jesus Christ.
In John 6, Jesus promised that “all the Father” has given to Him “shall come to Him” and never be cast out. This begs the question: Why? Join us for this message, in which we discuss the everlasting covenant between God the Father, Son, and Spirit before the world began, to save God’s people from their sins.
Concluding our study through 1 Timothy, we come to Paul’s final exhortations in 1 Timothy chapter 6.
Message 24 in our series through 1 Timothy
If you asked the average American, believer or nonbeliever, what their goals in life were, ranking high on the list would undoubtedly be the accumulation of wealth. And yet, that’s exactly one of the lusts Paul warned against in 1 Timothy chapter 6. Join us for this exposition of the love of money being the root of all evil.
Message 23 in our series through 1 Timothy
Isaiah 53 is one of the most vivid prophecies in the Bible of Christ’s redemptive work. Described as God’s Suffering Servant, this Man of Sorrows would bear the iniquity of the Lord’s sheep.
Continuing our series through 1 Timothy, we come to the concept of servitude and Paul’s admonitions to servants. While we’re far separated from that institution in our time, studying it helps us understand how scripture affords guidance to honor God in the broken systems of men, and gives us a glimpse into our severed slavery to sin and our relationship with Christ through redemption.
Message 22 in our series through 1 Timothy
There is joy in Heaven over a sinner that repents! Sometimes we question what must be the divine perspective of repentance. Does God receive us? Can such a sinner as I even follow God? Learn more about God’s grace in this message on the Prodigal Son.
From a recent Deacon ordination at Flint River, Pastor Winslett charges two brothers as to the service and work of a deacon.