Since God is all-knowing and all-powerful, why doesn’t He create lives that will accept Jesus as Lord?
Why is there no marriage in heaven? Why would God choose to get rid of the one relationship that has allowed me to learn so much about His love for me?
1 John 5:13-21 The key to Christian victory: to love others the way God loves us (agape – self-sacrificial love). Sermon Notes
1 John 5:1-12 Christians are called to defend the Truth of Christ to all who might seek its compromise, in order to protect the unity of the fellowship of believers. Sermon Notes
1 John 4:7-21 How do I know God is real when I’ve never seen Him? Sermon Notes
1 John 4:1-6 John encourages the Church to stand firm against worldly opposition by testing the spirits of every teacher in order to ensure that what is being taught is correct. Sermon Notes
1 John 2:15-29 Children of God must understand their enemy: who the source of darkness is – Satan; where the source resides – the world; and through whom the source is working – antichrists and/or false teachers. As Christians it is important to know our enemy because our enemy knows us. Sermon Notes
1 John 2:1-14 The truth of Christ brings light to the Christian’s life by exposing areas of worldly darkness still present in the human heart. Sermon Notes
1 John 1:1-10 When Christians begin compromising the truth of Christ, they open the door to apostasy (turning away from the new life). Sermon Notes
John 20:1-18 We train because though we will never be the Master, we still receive the Master’s Reward: Resurrection! Sermon Notes