Romans 4:1-25 (NKJV) What then shall we say that Abraham our father has found according to the flesh? 2 For if Abraham was justified by works, he has something to boast about, but not before God. 3 For what does the Scripture say? “Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.” 4Continue reading “Are We Listening? (Romans 4:11)”
1. Do Not Be Led Astray (v29-34)
2. Transformed, Not Disembodied or Reanimated (v35-41)
3. Spiritual Bodies Like Christ (v42-49)
Think of the most influential people in history: Julius Caesar, Napoleon, Hitler, Churchill, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs.
For me, one of them has to be Queen Elizabeth I. When she died aged 69, she had ruled England for 44 glorious years. Imagine what you could do in that time! Yet, when she was dying, she is reported to have said, ‘It is over. I have come to the end of if – the end, then end. To have only one life, and to have done with it! To have lived, and loved, and triumphed; and now to know it is over! One may defy everything else but this.’
If even kings, queens, and rulers die feeling their lives are unfinished, what about us?
How many of your projects are still unfinished? What problems will you never solve? What relationships will you leave unrepaired? What will you leave incomplete?
Do you unfinished business with God?
If we don’t know the purpose of our lives, we’ll live and die unfinished lives.
But not Jesus. When He died, He cried out, “It is finished!” (v30). Jesus knew the purpose of His life. He finished it. And because He did, our lives have purpose too. So long as we don’t have unfinished business with God. So, what difference does Jesus’ finished life make to my life and your life?
1. Finished Suffering
2. Finished Work
3. Unfinished Business
1. Behold Great Signs! (v1-18)
2. Receive God’s Warnings! (v19-27)
3. Humble Your Pride! (v28-33)
4. Praise the Most High God (v34-37)
I’m Set Up For Good! (v1-7) Who Is Able To Deliver You? (v8-15) The God We Serve Is Able (v16-18) I Will Be With You (v19-25) Do You Trust In Him? (v26-30) Daniel 3:1-30 (NIV 2011) 3 King Nebuchadnezzar made an image of gold, sixty cubits high and six cubits wide,[g] and set it up on theContinue reading “The Danger at Dura (Daniel 3:1-30)”