The Doctrine Of Man (4 of 13) by Stan Coffey
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Series: What Every Christian Should Know
I. Mistakes In Estimations Of Man
A. Overestimate Man And Deify Him
B. Underestimate Man
II. The Doctrine Of Man
A. Man Was Crowned With Glory
1. Crowned In His Design
a. The Body
b. The Soul
c. The Spirit
2. Crowned In His Desire
3. Crowned In His Dominion
B. Man Was Charged With Guilt
1. His Design Was Marred
2. His Desire Was Marred
3. His Dominion Was Marred
C. Man Can Be Changed By Grace
1. Jesus Suffered As A Man
2. Jesus Subdued As A Man
3. Jesus Sympathizes As A Man
Turn in your Bibles to Hebrews chapter 2. We are going to begin in verse 5 as we think about the doctrine of man. The Lord sure has been good to us this past week. He has provided thousands of dollars worth of free advertising for San Jacinto Baptist Church, and I thank God for that because, I believe that people know about our church, and that many will be led to our church.
Even if they are not led to our church, I think that we have the opportunity through our facilities and through our people to minister to people across this city. That is what God put us in the city for. Amen? It has been a tremendous opportunity in the things that have happened this week and then in the things that are coming up.
There is a wonderful article about the Women's Virtue Conference in the newspaper today, and if you didn't see that, there is a beautiful picture of one of the leaders standing here in the pulpit with the windows as the background.
It is a gorgeous picture of this pulpit and the auditorium. It is a beautiful story of the vision and the dream that God has put on the heart of Cheryl Barger in our women's ministry.
I thank God for a women's ministry that has a vision because the Bible says that without a vision, the people perish. You know, when you have a vision and you obey God and work together, you bring it to a reality, and then you can rejoice in ...
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