Sermon Archive

The Church: A Gifted Family - Wrap-Up

Direct download: 2017-0326_Gifted_Family_Nelson_deMartimprey.mp3
Category:The Church: A Gifted Family -- posted at: 8:30am PST

Oikodomeo is a construction term used throughout 1 Corinthians 14. It means to build. As we’ve discovered, the purpose of grace-gifts is to build up the church. When grace-gifts are exercised in an orderly and peaceful manner in the meeting of the church, the church is effectively built up.

Direct download: 2017-0319_Gifted_Family_Nelson.mp3
Category:The Church: A Gifted Family -- posted at: 8:30am PST

Much like warning tabs on brake pads, the grace-gift of tongues was a divine sign God used to get the attention of unbelievers. This is one of the reasons why, as we will study today, the Apostle Paul taught the Corinthians that speaking in uninterpreted tongues during the meeting of the church was inappropriate (1 Cor. 14:20-25). The grace-gift of tongues was a divine sign for unbelievers, not believers. In Acts 2 we have a clear historical illustration of tongues being deployed as a divine sign for unbelievers.

Direct download: 2017-0312_Gifted_Family_Nelson.mp3
Category:The Church: A Gifted Family -- posted at: 9:30am PST

Special Presentation and Testimony of Alex Nsengimana of Operation Christmas Child

Direct download: 2017-0305_Special_OCC_Testimony.mp3
Category:Special -- posted at: 8:30am PST

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