What is the righteousness of the scribes and the Pharisees and how can we exceed it?
Sunday 27th June – The Hotter the Battle, the Sweeter the Victory! (Part 1) – Minister Keith Treasure
Lessons from the early church teach us that if we do God’s will, the enemy will not like it.
Many of us have been taught how to be good Christians by avoiding sin. However…
The response of the Church in acts to the Gospel of Christ was to dedicate themselves to the will of God, both in communion with God and in fellowship with the saints.
The Church in acts were of one accord but that didn’t just happen. They had to remember they were one body though they come from different cultures they had to remember they were one body, though they were called to
Revelation 3:20 tells us that Jesus knocks at the door and if the person answers he will come in and eat with that person and that person will eat with him.
We are the body of Christ, many members but one body. When God anoints one person to do this and another to do that, will their focus be the same?
In the first century church mentioned in Acts, the behaviour of the saints was characterised by their devotion to the apostle’s doctrine, the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayers.