Thinking Through Scripture at Calvary Baptist, Cobourg featuring speaker Clarke Dixon
Keeping the Sabbath this Sunday? Part Two; Sabbath.
Everyone knows that Christians are obligated to keep the Sabbath, right? This is the second part in a two part series looking at Sundays and Sabbaths.
Keeping the Sabbath this Sunday? Part One; Sundays
There is a lack of confusion about the Sabbath and Sundays. Notice that I didn’t say there is a lot of confusion about the Sabbath and Sundays, but there is a lack of confusion. Everyone knows that Sunday is the Sabbath, right? Everyone knows that no one, especially Baptist pastors, should shop or cut the grass on a Sunday, right? We all know it is a day of rest, right?
Should we be confused about Sabbath and Sundays? Today we take a look.
The People We Christians Have the Hardest Time Loving. Thinking Through John 13:34-35.
Jesus taught us to love our enemies. There is a group of people that we Christians seem to struggle to love even more than our enemies. Today we think through the words of Jesus about love as recorded in John 13:34-35.
This may be the last podcast for 16 weeks as I will be on a mix of sabbatical and holidays. Thank you for your understanding!
Does the Fear of Death Scare the Life Out of You? Thinking Through John 10:22-30.
Afraid of death? Or afraid of life after death? Looking at what Jesus said as recorded in John 10:27-29, the follower of Jesus need not fear.
The Scripture Focus for today is John 10:22-30
What Does Greater Devotion to Jesus Get You? Thinking Through John 21:15-19.
If we are more devoted to Jesus than others, should we expect greater privileges? The interaction between Peter and Jesus following his resurrection will cause us to think through what we can expect.
The Scripture Focus for today is John 21:1-19
Do You Have Peace? Thinking Through John 20:19-23.
Would you say your life is marked by peace? Or has fear and fighting overwhelmed any sense of peace you may have once had? Today we think through that moment Jesus said “peace be with you.”
The Scripture Focus for today is John 20:19-31