Sermons by Rodney J. Mills (Page 9)
To work out your own salvation means to actively and ruthlessly abandon your life to Christ, pursuing his desires for your life, realizing your greatest God- created potential, becoming more and more like Jesus.
Adopting the same attitude of Christ, we discover a powerful unity for the mission of the Gospel when we exercise Godly humility.
Starting with attention to our inner life in Christ, we should live lives that make Him attractive to all, standing united as His church, contending for people’s trust in the Gospel.
Revival comes to the Christ-follower who returns to God’s presence, responds to God’s Word in repentance, and reignites his or her passion for serving God.
When we actively wait in anticipation and expectation of his coming help, putting our complete and confident trust and hope in him, our lives, which at times may seem to be in ruins, will be renewed, brought back to life, and he’ll cause them to vibrantly flourish again.
Adjusting our schedules to Kingdom Priorities and trusting in Jesus for our sufficiency are keys to overcoming the overwhelm of busyness.
Freed from guilt and shame, as His masterpiece we find our worth, our confidence, and our belonging in Christ.
Jesus came to undo all that sin has done, lifting the heaviness of our lives and replacing it with His joy.
The right way to worship is expressed in our deep love and affection for God rooted in the truth of Christ.
As we lay our whole lives before him as an offering, truly living a life of God-worship, he transforms what we value, causing us to reflect his goodness and character.
We were created so that His glory might be seen and known and praised.
When each member of the family embraces the Christ-like character qualities of submission, honor, and serving, conflict is minimized and peace abounds.