They engage the culture; they don’t retreat from it. They create consensus; they don’t conform to it. They capitalize on opposition; they don’t surrender to it.
Read: Heb. 13:7, 17; 1 Tim. 5:17–19; 2 Thes. 3:1 Introduction Today, I lay before you a bill. It is due on receipt. It is a most urgent bill. It’s a bill that God intends to collect. The Bible is quite clear that the congregation owes its ministers. There are different views of church government and [...]
We do not live in the past, but the past in us. U. B. Phillips It is arresting to observe the constancy of older men and women within the variability of historical flux and the inevitable change it engenders. The world has changed, but they have not. They seem an anachronism to their juniors, [...]