Make sure we evaluate ourselves as Christians and how we are living the Christian life not by what we think, what we want, or what we hear from people, including pastors and teachers. For the sake of our souls and the avoidance of self-deception, we must let the Bible define what a Christian is and direct how a Christian lives, even the most uncomfortable portions of scripture exposing our sin, laziness, pride, false presuppositions and our leaning on our own understanding (Hebrews 4:11-13)
This Lord’s Day and in support of our vision for 2021, “Togetherness: God’s Family being God’s Church in a Desperate World”, Pastor Jonathan Sole will continue the teaching series on the church, our responsibilities and privileges as members.
The first letter to the Thessalonians is a treasure chest of examples of Christians and a church fervent with first love for Christ. And what we see in this church and the Apostle Paul is a deep desire for togetherness. This Lord’s Day, we explore the motive behind our commitment to be with each other for the practice of Biblical fellowship. It is the motive of love.