Slaves and Masters, Part One
When Paul addressed slaves and masters in his letter to the Ephesians, he was not driven by social or political reform but by the Gospel: Practically, Paul was in no position to bring about the abolition of slavery; theologically, he could not detract from the priority of the message of Jesus Christ. Alistair Begg reminds us that the Church’s calling is not to change the culture, but to share the only thing that can change the human heart–the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Our Assurance, His Word
The Bible records accounts of some individuals' extraordinary experiences of God's presence and power. In fact, no one knew ...
Speakers: Brandon Smith