Luke records that the first act of compassion Jesus did was to simply speak the words, “Weep not.” Jesus had yet to do anything that would relieve the anguish of the woman’s situation but His words are recorded as words of compassion. How can this be?
Ephesians Series • 21 “Submission: Servants & Masters” 6:5-9 In part of this message, we will hear the conclusion of the responsibilities of employees to serve in their jobs as serving unto the Lord. The remainder of the message shows how bosses should treat their employees. The leader should lead like Jesus and he should only expect as much obedience and diligence from his employees as he shows to Christ.
ple of salvation in time in the scriptures. Those that walk in obedience by faith enjoy the blessings of God. Those that do not walk by faith do not receive this blessing.
The truth of the matter is - faith is a gift from God. It is given to every child of God in the new birth whereby they are able to trust God and His word.
Our will is insignificant, and further, our power is puny!
Even if all men had the desire to be saved (which we know that fallen, depraved man does not), he does not have the ability to move toward Christ. Salvation begins and ends in the will and power of God.
Ephesians Series • 21 “Submission: Servants & Masters” 6:5-9 As Paul continues to describe our duty to submit to one another as unto Christ, he deals with the servant and master relationship. This is not an endorsement of slavery or the slave-trade. Paul is dealing with an historical fact of bond-servitude that was used to pay off debts or other charges. The equivalent today is the relationship between boss and employee.
Ephesians Series • 20 “Submission: Children & Parents” 6:1-4 In part 2 of his message teaching children and parents their roles in the home, Elder Bryce focuses on Paul’s charge to fathers to be Christ in the home. The message was initially preached during the pandemic of 2020 and following a Summer that was full of riots in the streets of America. Elder Bryce points to some of those current events to show the results of not following God’s pattern for the family.
Ephesians Series • 20 “Submission: Children & Parents” 6:1-4 The Bible is not just for Sunday morning. It is the guidebook for every aspect of our lives including how we should raise our children. Ephesians 6 begins with specific instructions to children and parents showing their specific roles and responsibilities as a members of a Godly family. Today’s edition of Triumphal Feast focuses on the direct instruction that Paul gives to children. They are to obey their parents for this is right!
Today's edition of Triumphal Feast is the conclusion of the message “Submission” from Ephesians 5:21-33. This message focuses on the husband's role as Christ in the home and how the home should reflect the relationship between Christ and His bride, the church. We apologize for the poor audio quality of this recording. Our primary microphone failed in the middle of the sermon.