This World is not our Home Series
In the World, But Not of It Series
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Even with COVID, Political and Financial uncertainties, we all have much to be grateful for this year. Maybe, just maybe if we spent more time thinking on that instead of our woes we would be in a better place?
From all of us at FSM and FSMWO Happy Thanksgiving.
This message was originally preached on September 30, 2018.
It was 1519 in Leipzig, Germany, two centuries before Johann Sebastian Bach came to that city, became the music director in the church there, and wrote new music for every Sunday – a body of work which all of us have come to know and love. But about two centuries before Bach in Leipzig, a powerful force had been unleashed in Germany and all across Europe in the form of Martin Luther. Martin Luther was a Catholic monk, a very powerful personality, a very powerful figure and very capable teacher. He had posted his 95 Theses on the door of the church in Wittenberg, Germany – 95 theses, 95 issues that he felt needed to be addressed and corrected in the Roman Catholic Church…
We all know God, or better put, the bible makes it abundantly clear is that God is LOVE. Yet just as any parent becomes angry with their children’s constant misbehaving so too a Holy God does with His rebellious creation. Yet far to many if not most “preachers” avoid even mentioning God’s wrath.
I am here to tell you it was both the Love of God and the Wrath of God that finally brought me to true conversion. I cried for the Love of someone who would willingly go to the cross for me; and I cried in fear of my own condemnation if I denied that cross and had to spend eternity in Hell.
Here is an 9 Part series entitled “Grace to You Blog Series – God’s Wrath”
I pray they bless you greatly. – Mike
The following 3 articles are from G2Y “Loving the Local Church” series; I hope they are a blessing to you.
Plus enjoy this related sermon:
The following 10 articles are from G2Y “Truth About Man” series; I hope they are a blessing to you.
The following 11 articles are from G2Y series on Contentment I hope them are a blessing to you.
Here is Grace to You’s Three Part Series entitled Profiles In Godliness by John MacArthur. Originally run 6 years ago, Pastor John uses Joseph as a biblical example of a Godly man and how we can live a Godly life in troubling time.