Paul’s letter to Philemon deals with the theme of reconciliation and depicts God’s people in Christ as a family that can receive and restore even a runaway slave and a thief. We will see how Paul appeals to Philemon to demonstrate the power of the gospel by welcoming Onesimus back, no longer as a slave, but as a beloved brother. In this sermon, pastor Keith looks at Paul’s greeting and reminds us that in the fellowship of the saints, our faith is to express itself in love toward others.
May 22, 2023
The Servant of the Lord, part 1 (Isaiah 49:1-6)
In Isaiah 40-66, we find God’s word of comfort and promises of salvation to his soon-to-be exiled people. After promising to raise up Cyrus of Persia to liberate Israel from…
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