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1st John Series • 17. Little Children - 1st John 5:21 part 2 Elder Bryce continues his review of 1st John in chapter two, verse fifteen. This concluding message on the 1st John Series defines John's meaning in the final phrase, "Little Children, keep yourselves from idols." This message was preached on May 9, 2021.
1st John Series • 17. Little Children - 1st John 5:21 Elder Bryce concludes the 1st John Series with a sermon that reviews and summarizes John’s entire message using the theme found in the last verse of the letter – “Little children, keep yourselves from idols.” This message was preached on May 9, 2021.
To be a disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ we must be willing to follow God's will no matter what. We must understand that our lives are not our own and we may be called to suffer for Christ's sake. This is not easy but it is a clear assurance to us that if we suffer like Christ, we will raise from the dead to be with Him forevermore
1st John Series • 12. Perfect Love – 1st John 4:7-18 The more we understand the love of a sovereign God toward us, the more we can freely love others. In so doing, we fulfill the law and the prophets and we KNOW we are in God. This message was preached on March 28, 2021
We should not concern ourselves with the things that Jesus said He will do. Jesus is faithful! We need to be faithful with what we are assigned to do.
1st John Series • 12. Perfect Love – 1st John 4:7-18 When we know that we are in God and God is in us, fear is driven out of our lives and we can live in liberty and joy. However, it is only when we love like Christ loves us that we truly know that we are in God. This message was preached on March 28, 2021
The word of God (the Bible) tells us what is good. Those are the things we need to get busy doing. Anything else that we do not understand, we need to trust the Lord that He will show us if we need to understand. Otherwise, just keep loving!
1st John Series • 11. Be Your Own Fact Checker – 1st John 4:1-6 Part 2 The average person today does not study things enough for himself and can be easily swayed in one direction or another. Partnered with this is the devil's oldest lie that there is no absolute truth. The conclusion of the message "Be Your Own Fact Checker" reminds us of the dangers of trying to live in this sin-cursed world without the word of God as a guide. We have the most sure word of truth to guide us. The Bible is true and should be read and followed.
1st John Series • 11. Be Your Own Fact Checker – 1st John 4:1-6 Part 1 In Chapter 4, the Apostle John sounds another warning to God’s people to be aware of and avoid the false doctrines of the world. John tells us to put everything we hear “on trial” by comparing it to the word of God. When we do this we can have assurance that we are standing in the truth and have peace and joy despite the fact we are surrounded by wickedness and hate in the world.