In this message, Pastor begins to expound the first two of four general apostolic directives set forth by the apostle Paul and addressed to both the weak and the strong of Romans 14-15:7.
#1 â€“ Fully aware of our differing convictions and practices in legitimate matters of Christian liberty, we are to receive one another into our hearts and into the church in a way that mirrors the manner in which Christ received us in conversion.
#2 â€“ Fully aware of our differing convictions and practices in legitimate matters of Christian liberty, we are neither to despise nor to judge one another because of those differences.
SERIES NOTE: A study in the doctrine of Christian Liberty, beginning with the foundation of our real condition of slavery and bondage in Adam through the true Liberty found only in Jesus Christ. This series covers the foundation of Christian Liberty, the goal of our being set free in Christ, two great enemies to the exercise of our liberty and practical biblical directives and pointed application. NOTE: While each message contains a brief review of material previously covered and may be listened to out of the series order, it is recommended that one listen to all 21 sermons in this entire series whenever possible, beginning with the first message.
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This message (TX-U-15) is part of a series. Cassette tapes and CD's may be purchased through Trinity
Great Sermon! Thank you Lord Jesus for giving gifts to your church like pastor Albert Martin. We do not worship men. But we recognize when the Lord Jesus grants gifts in understanding, teaching and preaching God's word dividing it aright to the edification of His church. Thank you pastor Martin for your labors and for your example to us who have grown up in the faith under the influence of your ministry!
For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008, Pastor Martin and his wife,...