Die to Self, Live to Christ!
Titus 2:14 We conclude our series on dying to self and living to Christ with an exhortation to press forward and be zealous for the good works we have been recreated to do; considering why Jesus came into the world, lived a life of obedience, and died on the cross
1 Corinthians 12:13 If you are to overcome your sins and put on Jesus Christ, you need to reflect on the meaning of your baptism and do what it calls you to do.
1 Corinthians 10:16 Paul warns us to be careful what we become sharers in. The good news is, if we are believers, we have an altar to share in which brings eternal life: the Lord’s Supper. We consider what it is we share in at the Lord’s Supper and how we are to share in the
Acts 2:42 We consider another means by which we can die to ourselves and live to Christ: fellowship. We consider what fellowship is and how we are to do it.
Romans 12:1-2 We cannot just worship God for one hour on a Sunday or for one day week. Instead, if we are the gain the strength we need to put off our sins and to put on Christ, we must be willing to worship Him with our whole life.
1 Thessalonians 5:17 If we’re seeking to be like Jesus and to put off our sins, we see that we must pray: *Constantly. *Fervently. *From a holy heart. *Humbly. *In faith. *Expectantly. *Sincerely and secretly. *Corporately. *With the Spirit’s help.
1 John 2:15-17 The world is the main agent used by Satan to quench the work of the Holy Spirit within us. It serves as a fire extinguisher for the love to God that is in our hearts We look at what the world is in this context, why it weakens a believer and therefore th
John 14:15-24 Your obedience to Jesus will go only as far as your love for Him and no further. If you love Jesus, you will keep His commandments. If you don’t love Him, you won’t.
Psalm 119:1-8 In order to overcome any one sin, you must obey everything the Lord commands you to do. If you do, your desire to obey the Lord will be strengthened in every area, and He will bless you.
Colossians 3:5-11 We are commanded to put off all sin, but why? Why must it be all or nothing? *Because sin is idolatry. *Because it brings God’s wrath. *Because it steals precious time
Romans 13:14 We start to see what it means in practice to die to self and live for Christ by examining this text. We see that we are commanded to put on the Lord Jesus Christ and make no provision for our flesh. The Lord has already given us what we need to be able
Hebrews 4:14-16 As to his divine nature, it is clear that Jesus is perfectly and infinitely content and that we can neither add to that nor take away from it. However, we see that in His human nature, this is not the case. Because of His sufferings on our behalf and His