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How is your inner spiritual health?
This four-part video bible study of Christ’s letter to the Church in Ephesus helps mature Christians take a deep look at their love for Christ and work through some key issues that have been affecting the modern church for a long time.
- Our view of Christ
- Christ’s view of us
- Christ’s view of church discipline
- Spiritual decline
- Outward faithfulness
- Inward decay
- Doing the first works
- Causing spiritual stumbling
- False teaching
Has the coronavirus prompted more concern about spiritual things? To some extent, yes; though it may be difficult to measure right now. But there is a wider question about what happens when Christ opens a door of blessing for the gospel and what that means. James Durham explains more.
Almost all churches have become empty overnight. Public worship has ceased. It is still more bewildering and heart rending when we understand the significance of this unprecedented event.
Is spiritual abuse a helpful category? Spiritual harm in Church life is certainly real. But prevention is better than cure. The means of preventing it are in the very words that Scripture uses to exhort ministers and elders.
We often hear that doctrine divides but Christ unites. The clear testimony of Christ’s own ministry tells us far otherwise. But this is not a purely negative observation, it tells us much about Christ Himself and truth.
In the midst of a generation of radical change we ask, what is the Church’s future? David Dickson shows us where we can find solid and even unshakeable assurance that the Church will both endure and be established.
Lots of people apparently struggle to pronounce the word psalm and turn to google for help. But though we know the p is silent, are the psalms also silent in our praise?
There is a biblical way to measure our service to Christ. Too often we are tempted to look at Christian service from a man-centred perspective. We need a radically different view if we are really going to serve Christ.
Even atheists recognise our values depend on Christianity. We lose many blessings when the gospel goes from a people. How should that make us handle and value the gospel itself?
We tend to accept disunity as inevitable. But Burgess calls us to addresses the spiritual and visible unity that Christ desires for His people. He shows how attractive it is. This should inspire and motivate us.
It’s clear, encouraging and also very challenging. Listen to what Christ is saying about His priorities for your church.
We seldom appreciate God’s gracious purpose in judging nations. There is mercy in God exposing our sin. The judgment of God is a call for us to return to Him. Who knows but that it may result in blessing?
Half-committed Christians fail to seek Christ’s interests first and foremost. The Church suffers as a consequence. Here’s how to get our priorities straight.
95 Theses for Today
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Sins of the Ministry£2.00
Songs of the Spirit£5.00