Man is born unto trouble, as Job said, and Jesus said man shall have trouble.  Our Scripture tonight was written by David after he had returned to his throne following…
Our text tonight could well be described as the thesis of the book of Hebrews, which is so important from an apologetic standpoint.  The author of Hebrews wastes no time,…

Can a Christian Do That?

September 18, 2016
Bible Text: Romans 14:1-12 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace I think pretty much everyone agrees with me that the Church of Jesus Christ is made up of individuals at every possible level of spirituality. Some are aware of the freedom and liberty they enjoy in Jesus Christ and they live accordingly, led by the Spirit of God. There are others who live under legalism, operating by a list of dos and don'ts, and sometimes their list is longer than God's list. If that were the end of it, we would have no problem, but those who live on the far end of liberty in Christ are constantly being judged by those on the opposite end of the spectrum who live by a stricter standard, and vice versa. It's been said that one group flouts and one group flaunts; one group is called liberal and compromisers and the other is called legalistic and judgmental. In our text for today, the apostle Paul seeks to strike a balance for believers, and that's what we're looking at today.

You and the Body

July 3, 2016
Bible Text: Romans 12:3-6a | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace Paul began this part of Romans by talking about the believer and his or her body, yielding our bodies to God as a living sacrifice, which is our spiritual act of worship because of His mercies to us.  Then Paul transitions to talking about the body... the body of Christ... and the remainder of this chapter is about the believer's place in and his duty to the body of Christ.
Bible Text: Romans 12:1-2 | Preacher: Dr. George A. Mulford | Series: Romans: The Gospel of God's Grace In light of these great truths we've seen so far in the Book of Romans, how then should we live? We are strangers and pilgrims on this earth and we need practical help in our daily walk with God. That's what our passage today begins to describe for us... how believers are to live out the theological truths that are presented in the earlier chapters we've studied. Verses 1 and 2 give us the secret of how to live for God. They are essentially the key to victorious living.