Politics might be the farthest thing from your mind right now? After all it’s a new year – a new church year, that is. For our final lesson in our study Politics we go down the rabbit hole how of slander, assassination, and bribery.
Burn the Cart
Leaving a church can be a tremendous change. A person may leave their friends, family and even a way of life. In this final lesson we’ll explore that change in life and see how it is always a change for the better.
As the Apostle Paul goes to the ends of the earth with the message of Jesus he takes advantage of his Roman citizenship at times. We’ll look at the miscarriage of justice and how Paul uses every means available to further the gospel.
“What must I do to be saved?” is a great question to ask. How can I become right with God. Finding the answer to this question is essential to being a Christian. Is faith a work of man or God? We’ll explore this question using the Jailer at Philippi.
Joy in Suffering
Joy in suffering is something that sounds strange to the ears. By definition there shouldn’t be joy in misery and suffering. There is, of course, more to the joy of the Christian than how I’m feeling. Being part of Christ means that we see the world in a different light.
When the Apostle Paul is walking through the market he gains an audience for the Gospel. Everything is fine until he casts a demon out of a young girl.