Today is Father’s Day. The greatest need in our society today is for fathers who will rise up and assume their God-given role of responsibility in the family. Our text gives basic responsibilities for manhood; but when a man becomes a father, those responsibilities are expanded. Let’s look.
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“Is it because there is no God in Israel that you are sending to inquire of Baal-Zebub, the God of Ekron!” 2 Kings 1:3
Depending on God VS. Self dependence
King Aahziah of Israel was sick and desperately seeking a solution for his problem. He believed in the philosophy that “the end justifies the means” in which what matters is getting the needs met, and how one does it is not important. So in his desperation he sent for the gods of Ekron and wrote his own death sentence.
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Guest post by Fikayo Adeyemo
Scripture: Luke 8:9-15
The desire of God in fellowshipping with His children includes speaking directly with them – in plain language. This is God’s perfect will. The knowledge of the mysteries of God are to be plainly declared to those who have entered into a personal relationship with Him, while those who reject the call of the gospel will have to make do with glimpses given in allegories and parables which shall not even be explained to them.
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I am planning to preach about God’s grace and thought to write this blog post by putting together the material in my collection and thoughts that I am using to construct my message. So that a pool of information will be available to any other preacher who wants to preach on the same subject. Click here to read the rest of, The grace of God – Part 1
I am not a Roman Catholic, (Actually Rev. Bill Clementson informed us that the Bishop of London, and all at the Royal Wedding, are Church of England or Episcopal as they say in the States but is like an Evangelical form of Roman Catholic) but this sermon delivered by Rt. Rev. Richard Chartres the Bishop of London at the British Royal wedding is worth a look.