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  • Birthday 03/03/1948

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    I enjoy my church which is Plano Christian. I also enjoy watching the Cubs play.

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  1. Yes in the army when sent to Asia it was an extreme change for me. I did carry a new testament with me.
  2. He is our stumbling block tripping us up when we do wrong.His Spirit convicts our man spirit. People are broken when they confess thet they are sinners and God is Holy and true.People Stumble when they try to go it on their own not acknowledging God and doing His will.
  3. He plants a garden using choice seed tills it put a.wall around it and aguard to keep out pests.He expects it to bare much choice fruit.He receive rotten fruit and Very littel harvest.He said he would destroy it and burn up the weeds. It mean that we are Gods field. He has sown good into Kurt lives and expects us to Yield good crops into other people sharing His love and mercy as we go.
  4. Believe in God don't fear his enemies.Ajaz lacked faith he gave up his wealth became a servant to buy protection that he didn't need.The result wad he became A servant.king and.lost his true protector Yawyah(God).I don't think we consider Our selves smarter than God we forget He is in control and don'twait for Him We often forget to listen.It becomes very hard to do as God directs when we don't.don't listen and know what He wants us to do.
  5. That at the judgement seat there will be no difference in Jew or gentile. We will all be the same if covered by the blood of Christ Jesus.
  6. ITheir think that they like us when times are good we forget to be thankful to God We get complacent and when.time are hard we think we can get through on ouw own never givingg God the credit.Never calling on the one who is our provider. Judah is the same they forget get who to call on and give thanks to. They forsake the poor the homeless and the oppressed.This is unreasonable because. Have witnessed the goodness of God.The alternative is to seek God admit they need Him.
  7. Q4. (Galatians 2:1-10) Why do you think Paul seems to distance himself from the leaders of the Jerusalem church (2:2, 6, 9)? Why does he at the same time write of their approval of his ministry? How does this further his argument to the Galatians in this letter? He did not want to be judged as being a Jew and thus looking down on his gentile church. He wanted them to realize that He was sent by Jesus to them not from men. He want to allow the knowledge that he was given and the grace that Jesus was sent to all men not just the Jews.
  8. Q3. (Galatians 2:1-3) Paul is arguing that the Jerusalem leaders support his position on circumcision, rather than that of the Judaizers. What is the significance of Paul’s mention that Titus was not required to be circumcised? That the circumcision would not save anyone but only the grace of God offered through His Son Jesus Christ has the power to save and it is given to the gentiles same as the Jews.
  9. Q2. (Galatians 1:13-16) What factors in Paul's background made him an ideal apostle to the Gentiles? How did God use his being different from others? To ponder: How has your unique background fitted you for ministry? What uniqueness has God given you? What will it take to see that uniqueness as a God-given strength rather than as an embarrassment? His dedication to God and his learning under Gamiel. He used him by revealing His Son Jesus and annointing him with the power to teach the Gentiles from the Jewish scripture or Old Testment,because the New Testment had not been written. God has been through all my suffering and has given mw the ministry of helps, and the desire to continue in the study of His word.
  10. Q1. (Galatians 1:11-12) What is the source of Paul’s gospel? How do we know that it is a true revelation? How does it conform to our other foundational sources of Christian teaching? What is the danger of taking the teaching of contemporary leaders as our doctrinal basis without checking it with the Scripture? The revelation given to him in the arabian desert by Jesus Christ. It is in the Word, and the Word is true. It is part of the Word of God and is use for our instruction and training in the knowledge of Christ. Timothy tells us to study to show ourselves approved. If we continue to study the Holy Spirit will reveal what He wants us to know and understand so the we will be able to judge what we are being led to believe and not be miss led.
  11. 2. Paul called the Judaizers’ message as a “different gospel,” a perversion of the true gospel. How is this dangerous to the Galatian believers? How do twisted gospels (or an unbalanced interpretation of the gospel) affect Christians in our day? It was dangerious because it tried to lead them back to the law and asay from Christ as their means to God the Father. In our day false teachers use other means to lead people who are unlearned away from the word of God and Christ His Son, they speak of false gods, or other means to God other the Jesus, and other are still worshiping idols, money,work, possessions, to name a few.
  12. Q1. (Galatians 1:4) According to verse 4, for what purpose did Jesus give himself? How does Jesus rescue people today? How does he keep people from falling back into their old ways? Jesus gave Himself that we might have eternal life, a relationship with the Father where we can come into His presence without the shedding of the blood of a lamb, Christ was our sacrifice once for all. Jesus rescues people today by their reading His word or hearing it preached by others. He keeps people from falling back by giving them His Spirit that is their seal till He come again.
  13. Q4. (2 Corinthians 13:12) What is the equivalent of a “holy kiss” in your congregation and culture? Why is a warm familial greeting so important in a healthy congregation? Why do people sometimes resist being greeted warmly? A hand shake or sometimes a hug. It show a caring heart toward each other. They sometimes resist because they don't want to become close to anyone they fear they might owe them something. They fear be a part of something bigger than them selves.
  14. Q3. (2 Corinthians 12:20) How do you “cure” a church of these kinds of behaviors and sins? How can a “love offensive” begin to change the spirit of a dysfunctional congregation? What is the role of church discipline in a dysfunctional congregation? By treating all members the same, with love and respect, teaching the word with clearty. The love of Christ reaches the hearts of all those who are called to be His servants even though we sometimes fall and need lifting up with brotherly love and compassion. Church discipline is for building and strengting the believers.
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