Grace Church exists to make maturing followers of Jesus Christ. Part of the maturing process is found in how we relate to the civil authorities over us. In Romans 13:1-7, Paul addresses this issue by giving instructions about our conduct as Christians as we live under, and with, human government.
The Apostle Paul wrote the most books in the New Testament. He also wrote the longest sentence which is found in Ephesians 1:3-14 and has a 257 word count. In humorous contrast and using less than 80 Greek words, the Apostle Paul in Romans 12 teaches us all we need to know about how to […]
What do you do when you’ve been wronged, cheated, or treated unjustly? In other words, as someone who desires to be a mature follower of Jesus Christ, what do you do when someone sins against you? The answers may not be easy but these are the questions Paul addresses in the passage we are studying […]
We’ve been studying the “Cliffs notes” on love for a couple of weeks now. While each study has been challenging, today’s is the most challenging to me. It made me think, “Ouch!” Today, we’re going to discuss how we should love someone who has wronged us.