Tag Archives: Titus

Articles of Faith: Depravity

The topic of depravity seems very topical today, but by its nature, depravity is a subject that most of us want to avoid.  Dwelling upon the innate evil in the human heart is at best uncomfortable.  It comes as no surprise that the depravity of man is not the frequent subject of sermons per se.  […]

Commandments of Jesus, Pt XX – Matthew 26:26-28

One of the last commandments of Jesus was given on the eve of the Crucifixion.  During a time that should have been filled with stress and fear, the Lord took the time to fellowship with the Disciples in remembrance of the Passover.  Near the end of this meal, Matthew tells us that the Lord took […]

Holiness, Part II: A Holy Nation

Holiness is a serious challenge for anyone, especially for one who knows their sin.  Praise the Lord for the Atonement of Jesus Christ.  The Savior intervened in the condemnation of sinners by way of the Cross offering Himself instead of His chose people, the Church.  As a result, the Anointed One saved them and enabled […]

The Pharisee and the Publican – Luke 18:9-14

This week’s lesson covers the parable of the Pharisee and the Publican (a.k.a. the Pharisee and the Tax Collector). As you probably know, the Pharisees were the religious elite of first century Israel. While the exact origin of this sect is unclear, we know that they were chiefly co concerned with adherence to the Mosaic […]