In The World But Not of The World – Sermon – September 04 2011
In this new sermon series, Living as a Christian In A Sinful World, what does it mean when we say Christians are to be in the world but of of the world? Are Christians really different from other people on this earth? How different are we? Should we look different from the world? What does God say, teach, and instruct us on these matters – on being in the world but not of the world? First we need to look at Jesus, what was He like? And what did He say when He was on earth, some 2000 years ago? In order to be saved, Jesus says to be his own, we must also be from above, to be a citizen, so do we need a Passport?
Listen for these questions and answers about “In The World But Not of The World”, below in the 1-part MP3 Audio Sermon below.
Scriptures below from the church bulletin used in the Sermon:
Psalm 17, 1 Kings 19: 9-15, 18, 1 Corinthians 5: 6-13, John 15: 18-27
Keywords: what passport do we need to get into Heaven? , born from above, born again, a citizen from above, Erica Corder in 2006 high school valedictorian speech was denied her diploma for mentioning Christ, Demas, a friend of Paul, and what happened to him is Demas fell in love with this present world and deserted or lost his Salvation, Charles Haddon Spurgeon, John Newton author of Amazing Grace, John Bunyan who wrote Pilgrims Progress, a better country, a heavenly country