Randy’s final message with us here at FRC.
Sermon Tag: Relationships
November 14 — Throughout this series, we have looked at the IMPLICATIONS of various Bible verses for our relationships. Today, as a way of wrapping up this series, we look at the many implications of Genesis 3. These implications helps us approach the world realistically and gracefully.
Today, we look at some advice on how to be faithful in relationships, esp. the marital relationship.
This sermon is based on all the previous texts in this series. By looking at all of them, we see at pattern that has implications for the way we understand same-sex relationships.
In Ephesians 5:21-33, we learn more of what God has to say about marriage. We will misconstrue what is says if we don’t pay close attention to v. 32: This is a great mystery, and I am applying it to Christ and the church.
Since Genesis 2 has a lot to say about marriage, we’re back in it for the second week in a row. This time, we cover what Augustine called the “goods” (bona) of marriage.
If we’re going to explore God’s design for relationships, we need to take at least one Sunday to talk about Singleness and Celibacy.
Although this whole passage is brilliant and has much to unpack, the focus of this sermon is on verses 1-3. We can have all the knowledge in the world, but if we have not love, we are noisy gongs and clanging symbols.
Our identity in Jesus Christ and the implications that relationship has on all of our other relationships.