Women Energized by Grace Love Their Husbands (4 of 23) by John Barnett
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Series: Women Energized by Grace Series
We were saved by God's grace; and we are kept by God's grace; and we live in a way that pleases God and earns His rewards--energized by His grace.
These past few weeks we have been looking at God's high calling for women in His Church; and sometimes it may seem that living that way is impossible--and that is the truth. Titus 2 women live a humanly impossible life. They must be energized by God's grace to live that way!
So step back and survey the whole scope of Christ's New Testament church and His plan for us. As believers this morning we are on the journey of new beginnings through Christ--energized each step of the way by grace.
Titus 2 is a roadmap for all who want their life to count. It is God's pathway of disciplines to choose each day in the power of the Spirit of grace.
God's plan to work in the world is His church . Christ's church may be described as a group of people, energized by grace, doing the impossible for the glory of God. A key insight into God's plan to reach the world through Christ's church is in Titus chapter 2.
The verses of this chapter contain a call to First Century men and women energized by grace to live an extraordinary spiritual life in a very unspiritual culture.
When grace energizes us we want to deny ungodliness in any form we find it cropping up in our lives. When God's grace energizes us we want to mortify lust in any form in our lives.
When we study this idea of the older-in-the-faith godly, Titus 2 woman we are describing a woman who has chosen to learn from God how to live her life day-by-day and step-by-step in way that pleases God. Women energized by grace are useful to God.
When the Gospel of Jesus Christ entered the Roman world of the New Testament the landscape was very bleak. Christ's church was born into a sin-warped, sin-darkened world of mixed-up marriages, sin-scarred ...
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