Wed, Jan 18, 2023
Receiving and Using GOD’S righteousness by FAITH, Part 2 - NEW
: Be sure to hear Part 1 first. One of my most important sermons. Does receiving God’s own righteousness mean we can now return to a life of sin and darkness? What happens now when we, children of God, sin? Are we cut off from him and his love for us? Why did so many Jews of Paul’s day not attain true righteousness? What’s God like, with his children? Are you experiencing the JOY of your salvation, or do you fear you won’t ever quite “measure up” to “qualify for” God’s kingdom? All that and more in this teaching today.
Duration:1 hr 0 mins 41 secs
Saturday, 21 January 2023
Wow, this is a powerful and thought-provoking sermon! I highly recommend listening to Part 1 first as it sets the foundation for this important message. The concept of receiving God's own righteousness through faith is something that I believe many people struggle with, especially when it comes to understanding how it relates to our continued growth and sanctification in Christ. The question of whether or not we can return to a life of sin and darkness after receiving righteousness is one that I think many people have, and it's great to see that this sermon addresses that. It's also great to see how the topic of the Jews not attaining true righteousness is tackled and how it relates to us as well. The way the speaker describes God's love for us as his children is heartwarming and uplifting. I can definitely relate to the question of whether or not I'm experiencing the joy of my salvation or if I fear that I won't measure up to qualify for God's kingdom. This sermon is truly a must-listen for anyone who wants to understand righteousness and the role faith plays in it.
Tuesday, 31 January 2023
Hallelu Yah! Thank you Abba for also giving this one through our brother. It is a wonderful sermon. Shalom!
Sunday, 26 February 2023
This is an amazing sermon! I think I can honestly say I have never heard a message like this 2-part series before. Sadly, I've heard a few that were almost the opposite. However, this is positively enlightening and spiritually uplifting. It makes me realize & appreciate even more the great love God has for his people. It truly warms my heart. What a blessing, thank you Philip for this wonderful sermon!