THE GOODNESS OF GOD – Br. Aaron Dias – [ Audio sermon]

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What do we mean when we say that God is good? Is the goodness of God defined by the blessings we receive or are there more aspects to it?The Bible outlines the relentless and unending goodness of God in so many ways and this sermon briefly glances at 6 ways in which it is manifested to us and around us.God loves compassionately (Lamentations 3:22-23)God provides (Matthew 6:31-32)God gives grace (2 Corinthians 12:9, Isaiah 43:2)God gives impartially (Matthew 5:45)God protects (Psalm 121:3, 5-7)God understands our frailty despite His sovereignty (Job 38-39, Hebrews 4:14-16)

Slaves to Christ – Romans 6:14-23 [Sermon]

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Paul when trying to answer the question- if believers can sin?, brings in the concept of slavery to God. Slavery is inevitable. As human beings, we are always slaves, either to Sin or to God. If God is our master, then we should not sin. Because sinning would prove sin to be our master.Therefore it is paramount to present ourselves without reservation to our new Master- Lord Jesus Christ, and not to master of Sin who the Lord has liberated us from by the death on the Cross.

CONVERSATIONAL APOLOGETICS – 1 Peter 3:15 – Bro Johnny Varghese – [Audio-Video Sermon]

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Johnny Varghese undertakes a study on Conversational Apologetics- the need to reason with people and share the gospel. He focused on different tactics to handle discussion during personal evangelism.

Shall we Continue in Sin? – Romans 6:1-13 [Sermon]

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Paul in his discourse of the working of the gospel addresses a very critical question in this passage. He challenges the notion that it is ok for a believer to continue living in sin. His pertinent question is – Shall we continue in Sin?When a believer lives in continual sin, then it becomes an aberration of the highest order. It goes against the very work that Christ accomplished through His death on the cross. In this passage, Paul exhorts and convincingly shows that a child of God is dead to sin, and therefore can live no longer in it. He shows why and how a believer can live unto God rather than continuing in sin.

COLOSSIANS – Relations of a Perfect Christian 2 – Br. Godly Abraham – [Audio sermon]

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Posted here is the sermon at Borivali Assembly on 15th November 2017.Passage of Reference: Colossians 4:6-18Book of Colossians was written to new believers at Colosse. It was in response to four different types of false doctrines that had crept silently into their midst, possibly by the arrival of some outsiders. Epaphras brought this to the notice of Apostle Paul while under house arrest in Acts 28. Paul, therefore, writes the four chapters to the believers encouraging them to strive for a life of perfection and maturity. The method and manner of perfection can be attained by the principles laid out in the four chapters of Colossians. In Chapter 4: Paul is now moving from personal practical Christianity to public practical Christianity. The links and relationship of a believer are laid on here. Ten names are mentioned in this chapter and they are listed because they have a varying degree of perfection in them.

COLOSSIANS – Relations of a Perfect Christian – Br. Godly Abraham – [Audio sermon]

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Posted here is the sermon at Borivali Assembly on 8th November 2017.Passage of Reference: Colossians 4Book of Colossians was written to new believers at Colosse. It was in response to four different types of false doctrines that had crept silently into their midst, possibly by the arrival of some outsiders. Epaphras brought this to the notice of Apostle Paul while under house arrest in Acts 28. Paul, therefore, writes the four chapters to the believers encouraging them to strive for a life of perfection and maturity. The method and manner of perfection can be attained by the principles laid out in the four chapters of Colossians. In Chapter 4: Paul is now moving from personal practical Christianity to public practical Christianity. The links and relationship of a believer are laid on here. Ten names are mentioned in this chapter and they are listed because they have a varying degree of perfection in them.