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Ephesians 1:15-23: We Know the Lord Print E-mail

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The greatest need for the church today is to know God more. D. A. Carson says: “The one thing we most urgently need in Western Christendom is a deeper knowledge of God. We need to know God better.” What that means is that the greatest need for Trinity Baptist Church is to know God more. And what that means is that my greatest need and your greatest need is to know God more. So many things are important in life and important in the life of a local Church, but nothing is more important than knowing God and knowing Him more. If we pursue that goal with all that we are, then our lives will matter and our Church will have the greatest impact possible.

Last Updated ( Friday, 10 November 2017 )
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Ephesians 2:1-10: Dry Bones Print E-mail

By Doug Scott

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Last Updated ( Friday, 10 November 2017 )
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Ephesians 1:11-14: We Are Blessed in Christ, Part 2 Print E-mail

WE ARE BLESSED IN CHRIST, pt. 2


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The promise of a future inheritance brings great hope for our present lives. The Bible’s teaching about Heaven is meant to give us great encouragement for the struggles we are daily facing. Paul ends his teaching on the resurrection with these words: Therefore, my beloved brothers, be steadfast, immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that your work is not in vain (1 Corinthians 15:58). Peter concludes his discussion of the coming day of the Lord with these words: Since all these things are thus to be dissolved, what sort of people ought you to be in lives of holiness and godliness (2 Peter 3:11). And John’s book on the return of Christ was written as an encouragement to churches who were suffering persecution for the faith (see Revelation 2-3). All of these authors wrote about our future inheritance through faith in Jesus to give us hope for our present lives.

Last Updated ( Friday, 10 November 2017 )
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Ephesians 1:1-10: We Are Blessed in Christ, Part 1 Print E-mail

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As followers of Jesus Christ, we must walk worthy of the gospel. Our belief impacts our behavior and our identity defines our practice. We see such an expectation in character clauses of contracts. A corporation expects an employee to behave in a way that complies with their standards. A university expects its coaches to do the same. These men and women are representatives of their particular institutions and as such, they are under contract to live a certain way. I experienced this gowing up. In my family, I was expected to act like a Marshall (which my father often explained in mostly unpleasant situations). In my school, I was expected to act appropriately as a basketball player (of course our school mascot made that ironic since we were the Rebels). At church, the youth were expected to not get too crazy on trips because it looked bad since we were normally riding around in a bus with “First Baptist Dover” plastered on the side. There was a clear connection between who I was (son, student, member) and how I was supposed to live.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 12 October 2017 )
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2 Samuel 22-24: Blessings for the King Print E-mail

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It is good for us at times to stop and thank the Lord for all of the blessings that we have as followers of Jesus. Occasionally counting our many blessings is a good idea! I heard a good example of this from Jeanette Smith at her mother’s funeral. She told the story that every week when her mom got home from shopping for groceries she would bring in the bags and empty them all on their kitchen table. Then she would spend just a few moments in prayer thanking the Lord for His provision for her family. Everything that she had purchased to feed her family for the week was a gift from the Lord and she wanted to take the time to be thankful.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 October 2017 )
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2 Samuel 20-21: Some Final Words on the King's Enemies Print E-mail

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I normally judge a book or a show by whether or not all the different story lines are wrapped up in the end. I am not a fan of the hanging plot, unless it means that sequels are coming! I want the characters and the situations to be wrapped up by the end of the story, even if I don’t particularly like the way they wrap up. To leave things open or to not answer certain questions (see TV show “Lost”) is usually an indication of poor writing.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 04 October 2017 )
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