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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
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.
If it matters to Christ, shouldn’t that make us think?
What we see in Chinese now is what we saw in Scotland then.
Christian growth? Church growth? The Westminster Standards offer a different perspective on what really works.
We have genuine, justified fears for the Church. What can we do? Our answer is in looking beyond confidence in our own activities to the activity that is taking place in heaven.
A full confession of faith invites Christians to explore and value the panorama of God’s truth and become mature in their understanding. A Confession helps the Church fulfil its commission to make spiritually mature disciples.
Christ’s kingdom is a spiritual Kingdom not of this world, so those who are of this world find it incomprehensible. Alexander Henderson explained the necessary duty to study the nature and search into the mysteries and secrets of this kingdom.
When God hides His face there is a lack of His presence and blessing in the life of the Church. Why would God do this? And if this is the case, is there anything we can do? Consider what James Renwick has to say.
Overhearing the prayers of the Covenanters for the Jews ought to inspire and encourage us.
We forget vital things about God, His Church and His promises when we forget Church history. We need to make use of it to inform, encourage and steel ourselves for serving God in our own generation.
James Durham brings us back to the One whose words are Spirit and life and who is able to use the words of those whom He has sent. This is an encouragement for preachers who are discouraged.
It’s easy to apply the Pharisee label without thinking but what was it about the Pharisees that Christ Himself opposed? Some of it may surprise us and make us think about where the term applies today.
95 Theses for Today
Are You Worshipping God Your Way or His?£1.00
Bible Truth Explored£5.00
Is Your Moral Compass Accurate?£1.00
Sins of the Ministry£2.00
Songs of the Spirit£5.00