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Introduction. 

Living in a peaceable manner with other believers is a necessity for Christians. In doing so, we are able to exemplify the love of Jesus for others to see (both believer and unbeliever). The issue at hand is that it is not always an easy task. James gives instruction on how we can do so in order to be united as believers.

Introduction. 

In the Gospel of Matthew, the account of Jesus walking on water follows immediately after the feeding of the 5,000. Jesus wants to teach the disciples about trusting Him to provide for their needs and the lesson is a hard lesson to learn, but it is one that teaches them the importance of trusting Jesus as more than just a teacher, but trusting Him as their Lord.

 

Introduction. 

Paul used a first-century hymn which Christians used in their worship of Jesus as God and for His supremacy over creation, the Church, and in their salvation to prime his audience for his counter to the false teaching at Colossae.

Introduction. 

This study seeks to build on your identity as a Citizen of Heaven and an Ambassador for Christ to help you define your duty in Christ. Many things in this world compete for your time and attention. In this study, we will look and see what God’s Word has to say about your duty in light of your identity.

Introduction. 

This study seeks to define where your identity current lies, and to encourage you to take on the Biblical view of where your identity should really lie. Many things in this world compete with your identity. In this study, we will look and see what God’s Word has to say about our true identity.

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