Cary Cox, from 2 Corinthians 1:15-22. Paul defends his character and ministry against false accusations. God requires that his people have integrity, and he transforms us into people of integrity through the gospel of Jesus Christ. A challenge and an encouragement about the character of those who follow Jesus.
Cary Cox, from Romans 16:1-16, 21-23. Paul’s list of personal greetings show us how the gospel transforms our relationships in the church! We are family in Christ! We have affection in the church! We partner together in ministry and fellowship, for the glory of God!
Romans Study 81. Cary Cox, from Romans 12:15-18. Christians are called to treat each other with a sympathetic love that slows down and enters into the joys and sufferings of their brothers and sisters in Christ. We are called to pursue peace instead of division. And we are instructed to be humble, associating with the lowly. This is how God has treated us in Christ!