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Haggai was called to a good and godly remnant who as a result of discouragement had lost a sense of priority. This same problem has afflicted Christians in every age. We lose our determination and zeal. We become focused on careers, homes and all the other trappings of a materialistic society. We no longer have the interest in the Lord’s Work that once we had. This is not apostasy but a lukewarmness that overtakes the body of the Church. To such a people Haggai was called.
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C.H. Spurgeon called his commentary on this book , “The Treasury of David.” It is a treasury indeed and may God help us to mine its everlasting riches which out-value gold and diamonds.
In the Roman World the Church was the only body to offer a alternative to the ruthless religious and social sectarianism that divided the Jew from the Gentile. Today Christianity remains the only body to offer the world the true message of peace under Christ the Prince of Peace.
Sanctification and the Battle with Sin (b) The Old Nature Romans 7:14-25 understanding the concept ‘sinner-saint’ In our last study I drew the conclusion that the “man of Romans 7” was a mature Christian. Paul writes in the present tense indicating that this is true of himself as an apostle, pastor, missionary and evangelist. IfContinue reading “THE OLD NATURE AND THE BATTLE WITH SIN; Romans Part 32”