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The Philippian church, Paul describes as his ‘joy and crown’. Confident that the Gospel had transformed this community, he writes about small things that were surfacing and could cause big problems for them (and for us). We need to keep our mind at peace so that we can clearly hear…Read Article
Philippians is a letter from Paul, with instructions on how to live life, giving specific models to follow. Paul is concerned about who you are modelling your life, thoughts and relationships after and he gives us models to follow and models to reject (Philippians 2:19-30, 3:2,9,17, & 4:2). Paul is…Read Article
We have all experienced emotions like happiness and sadness – and probably prefer happiness. The word “happy” comes from the same word as “happen”, linking this emotion to our circumstances. Joy on the other hand is not about our circumstances but about our heart. The joy of the Lord is…Read Article
As we get to the end of this series on Romans 8, there have been a lot of questions. We have seen Paul pose seven big questions about God’s sovereignty, power, provision and love (verses 31-39). There are seasons, times in our life where we will question God’s goodness.…Read Article
In writing to believers, Paul wants us to be free and confident, full of faith and full of the Holy Spirit. God is both the one who judges us and the one who justifies us – a scary thought but also a comforting one. Paul asks us the rhetorical questions…Read Article
Romans is a weighty book: The first letter of the Apostle Paul in our New Testament, written from Corinth to the church in Rome that he was hoping to join soon. Since Paul had never been there and recognizing that there was a great deal of tension in the Roman…Read Article