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Evan Ross
October 29, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – Partnering in Generosity

Paul is preparing to return to Corinth, but before he does he wants to let the Corinthians know that he will be collecting on their promised donations to the poor in Jerusalem. From the beginning of the church we see a concern for the poor and the cooperation of multiple churches in commiting to a […]

September 17, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – Don’t Be Unequally Yoked

We, as believers, are sacred space. We have been build into God’s holy temple and, as such, are called to live in a manner that separates us from sin and iniquity. This leads to the commonly quoted verse “Do not be unequally yoked to unbelievers.” And while this verse is usually spoken about in context […]

September 10, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – Expect Suffering

Unfortunaley many Christians in the West are convinced that being a Christian means living a fairly comfortable life with little suffering. Paul has a different message. Paul tells us that suffering accompanies Christians as we seek to grow in our faith. At the heart of the Christian message is the great juxtaposition that takes place. […]

July 30, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – Truth Transcends Feelings

Paul begins to describe how we, as ministers of the New Covenant, should conduct ourselves. Christians are called to cast aside their former wigh of life and hold to truth as we should also expect that the Enemy will try to cloud the truth as he has clouded the minds of unbelievers.

July 23, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – With Unveiled Face

Paul is emphatic that the glory to which we now participate in is greater now in the New Covenant than it was in the Old Covenant. He illustrates this with the story of Moses, who upon receiving the Law, was physically radiating the Spirit of the Lord. The Israelites feared to look upon him and […]

June 11, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – The Ripple Effect of Sin

Sin has a ripple effect in the church and the church’s response to the repentant believer in their midst. Part of the challenge in interpreting these verses is that it appears that Paul is referencing a specific person, but does not give us any details. What Paul makes clear is that the sin of this […]

June 4, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – The Burden of a Shepherd

My objective in this message is to work through the text and illustrate for you Paul’s feelings towards the church. It is in this that we get a powerful picture of how Godly leadership operates in the church and the relationship between the church and its shepherds. In this I think we will find a […]

May 21, 2017 –

2 Corinthians – The Purpose of Suffering

The question of suffering has been one that has long challenged people. If the goal of life is to be happy then suffering is to be avoided at all costs. The Bible gives us a robust and full response to the issue of suffering. Suffering is not something merely to be avoided. In fact, suffering […]

May 7, 2017 –

World View – Christianity: An Apologetic

World View - Christianity: An Apologetic

Peter tells us to provide a defense for the reason of the hope that is within us. Building a case that Christianity stands on a firm ground can be done philospohically. It can be done through the historical testimony of Scripture. It can be done through the testimony of Jesus Christ and hopefully through the […]

April 9, 2017 –

Mark – Strength in Weakness

Jesus, being seized by the Sanhedrin, is now put before Pilate on trial for claiming to be “King of the Jews.” Despite clearly being innocent, the crowd will not be satisfied until Jesus is crucified. Pilate, being a politician, does not want public opinion against him and so he orders the crucifixion of Jesus. In […]

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