Is there such a thing as anything other than an active Christianity? No, a Christian is a doer of the word, an ambassador for his King, embraces hardship as lessons in sanctification, and fills a place in the body of Christ. He is neither inactive nor passive, but alive and busy!
"It seems that when Paul said, do your best to come before winter—he was simply saying, Before winter, Timothy, or never! If you don't do it now; if you don't come before winter—it will be too late." This writing is a good lesson on commitment and brotherly love.
Do you have a vision for your life? Do you have a goal for the church? Are you willing to put forth the effort that will be required to make your dream become a reality? In this sermon Brother Keith shares six of his dreams; they will challenge you.
Corinth was one of the great cities of the Roman Empire. The city was noted for its wealth, luxury, and immorality. Paul visited Corinth for the first time on his second missionary journey. He became acquainted with a couple named Aquila and Priscilla, and during his stay at Corinth.