Sermons on Sanctification & Growth
No one believes in Jesus and continues to live the same old life. Any faith in Christ that does not change our practical life is a false faith.
The heart of Christianity is a love for God. Without a love for God, we have missed the whole of the gospel in our lives.
The very same hardships that God designs to grow our faith can also destroy our faith when we grow frustrated. Frustration places us in great spiritual danger because it destroys our faith in God and tempts us into unbelief. But our unbelief dishonors God and disconnects us from His divine blessing.
God’s purpose for our deliverance always expands beyond the deliverance itself. God rescues us from sin us so that we would become worshippers.
God delivers His people from bondage by grace through a blood sacrifice. But His primary focus in His redemption is freedom from the spiritual bondage of our own sin, not liberation from external oppression.
Salvation is from God alone. God reveals Himself to His servants to shape us as worshippers who become His instruments of deliverance.
There is no moment in our lives when we don’t need fresh manna taught from the Word of God to fill our souls, especially in the context of the local church. In this message from Titus 2:1-10, Pastor Ritch exhorts men of every age to stay engaged and connected into the work of the local church and leading their homes and communities to walk in accordance with the Scripture.
Our devotion to God leads us to maintain unity. We must go out of our way to welcome one another in love without letting disputable matters disrupt the health of the church.