So, What Do You Fear?

There are two very different kinds of fear: First, there is the fear of the Lord (Proverbs 9:10). Secondly, there is the fear of man (Proverbs 29:25). What you fear tells your story.

The fear of the Lord comes from a right view of God, is rooted in faith, and evidenced in love (Galatians 5:6). The fear of man comes from an absent or flawed view of God, is rooted in unbelief, and cannot please God (Galatians 3:2,21, 22).

“By faith” has always been the way to righteousness. In Genesis 15:6 we read, “Abraham believed God and it was credited to him as righteousness.” This is true for both justification and sanctification. God does not change the means after we are saved. Sanctification is by grace, through faith as well, and will bear the fruit of righteousness. More

Introduction to “Called to Be Free”

Today at 10:00 am I will be meeting with 8 guys to start our year long discipleship program called, Impact Groups. This year we are studying through the book of Galatians with the theme “Called to be Free.” Each week myself, or someone from our Bible faculty, will lay a foundation for the study of the week by preaching on a section from the book.

Yesterday I preached the first message in this series as an introduction message and today I’m excited to be able to talk to the 8 guys the Lord has given me for the year to pour into. If you care to listen along with us, the message I preached is linked above or can be downloaded at Sermon Audio.

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