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This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following:  Write a note or letter to someone.

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This Sunday at Church I want to encourage you to do the following:  Share the Gospel.

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Establish the need: What is your greatest priority for your kids? What do you desire the most for your kids?  Is it for them to have a good job, take care of you when you are older, contribute to society or be independent?  These are not wrong in of themselves, but what should your greatest priority for your kids should be?

Purpose: Today we will see seven reasons why we should set the priority of desiring our children’s’ salvation in how we parent our children.

  1. Hell is a real place for sinners (Matthew 10:28, Matthew 13:50)
  2. We should already desire all people to come to Christ (1 Timothy 2:4, Romans 9:3, Romans 11:14)
  3. All parents should desire what’s best for their kids (Matthew 7:11; Proverbs 13:22)
  4. Jesus does not want us to hinder children coming to Him (Matthew 19:14)
  5. Stumbling little kids is a serious penalty (Matthew 18:6)
  6. It is so important believers are called to continue to be married to unbelievers for the sake of children’s salvation (1 Corinthians 7:12-14)
  7. God wants kids to even silence the mockers (Psalm 8:2, Matthew 21:15-16)

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Establishing the need: Christians should marry Christians.  Still there are some who have married non-Christians whether they were both non-Christians when they married or whether both claimed to be Christians but later one spouse denied they are Christians or a believer married a non-Christian.  What does God’s Word has to say to those who are married to unbelievers?

 

Purpose: In this session we will see four responsibilities God requires of Christians married to a nonbeliever so that you continue to live these out to please God in your life.

  • You should try to stay in the marriage
  • You should share the Gospel for the sake of your family’s salvation
  • Wives you should win your spouse to Christ with your godliness
  • Husbands you should win your spouse to Christ with your godliness

 

(Note for the next two session we will be looking at a lot of verses in 1 Corinthians 7 and 1 Peter 3 since they are speak on the topic of being married to unbelievers)

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Note: This is a guest post since presently I am overseas.  This is by Robert Chamberlain.  His blog be found here.

I must admit that I feel woefully unqualified to give even an accurate picture on the state of the UK church, as a humble layman tucked away in the North East of England.

But I do have a perspective, albeit limited, on what my experience has been of the UK church, and that is what I feel led to share on this blog- thanks Jim for the opportunity. It will be very much a personal perspective rather than a authoritatively scholarly one!

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If you haven’t followed Fran’s blog “God’s Grace ~ God’s Glory!” yet you should.  Fran’s site feature biblical posts and she’s also authored Christian books.

I have written a guest post on her site titled “Words of Life: BLOOD” which is a word study on the word “Blood” and it rich theme pointing to aspects of our salvation as taught in Scripture.  Check it out!

 

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In continuing with our blog’s “wee-kids Wednesdays” here’s a review of a Christian Children’s book.

Marty Machowski.  Don’t Blame the Mud: Only Jesus Makes Us Clean.  Greensboro, NC: New Growth Press, May 27th, 2019. 32 pp.

5 out of 5

Purchase: Westminster Amazon

Are you looking for a good children’s book that talk about the subject of sin and forgiveness of sins biblically?  This children’s book really did a good job giving an analogy of sin being compared to mud and also talked directly about the issue of sin, guilt and Christ and the Gospel.  Yet the author told this story in a way that kids would relate and certainly my daughters felt they could identify with the main character Max.

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