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A highlight from Who Will Go?
"We have been on the topic of missions for about a month now. We started this topic on missions, building a solid foundation because if you don't have a right foundation you cannot build upon anything. The foundation for missions, that solid foundation, it's got to be God -centered. In the day and time which we live in, there is much concerning the gospel, concerning missions and many churches that are very man -centered. Their focus is upon man, their focus is upon the problem of man, and their focus is upon what man can do and what man can carry to another man to help another man and social work and all these things. Let me tell you something, the gospel must be Christ -centered. The gospel must be Christ -centered and missions must be Christ -centered. Our focus is ultimately on the glory of God and our life must be lived glorifying God in whatsoever we do. Whether therefore you eat or drink or whatsoever you do, do all to the glory of God. Therefore, if we are taking the gospel to a area where people have not heard the gospel, do it to the glory of God. We should have a passion for the lost. We should have a concern for people who are dying and going to hell. But let me tell you something, we should have a greater passion to live our lives for the glory of God. They do not contradict each other, what I just said. What I'm simply saying is our lives must be God -centered. This series is a call to refocus on God -centeredness and Christ -honoring and biblically -based witnessing and missions. Our church, New Life Baptist Church, must always seek to honor the Lord our God. Our church must always lift up the name of Jesus Christ. must Our church be missions -oriented but it's got to be ultimately for the glory of God. When you think about it, what was the Apostle Paul's driving force when he endured shipwrecks? You remember he was beaten with rods. I don't know how that feels. I don't want to find out how that feels. I believe it was very painstaking simply because the Apostle Paul mentioned that. He was whipped with lashings and had stripes on his back from the whips. He was stoned what seemed like to death. He laid there lifeless. When God gave him the strength, he got up and went right back into the city that had stoned him. What would cause a man to do that? You might think he was plum loco. If I got beat up, I don't think I'd be going right back to the place I got beat up. That don't make much sense, does it? It's not logical in our thinking. What drove the Apostle Paul was his hope like in going back into the city of Lystra. Hoping man might have changed his mind. That man might have made a decision. I want you to look in the book of Acts, chapter 18. I was telling Sister Janna earlier this week. I'm usually expository as far as in preaching, but when it comes to topical preaching, which is what we've been on with missions, it's a lot more in -depth and a lot more struggle for me. A lot more time -consuming. The Scripture is laid out when you're going expositionally. But when you're going topically, you're going a lot of different directions. Same direction, but a lot of different passages of Scripture. I want you to notice what the Word of God says in Acts, chapter 18 and verse 1. And after these things, Paul departed from Athens and came to Corinth and found a certain Jew named Aquila, born in Pontus, lately come from Italy with his wife Priscilla, because that Claudius had commanded all Jews to depart from Rome and came unto them. And because he was of the same craft, he abode with them and wrought, for by their occupation they were tent makers. And he reasoned in the synagogue every Sabbath and persuaded the Jews and the Greeks. And when Silas and Timotheus were come from Macedonia, Paul was pressed in his spirit and testified to the Jews that Jesus was Christ. When they opposed themselves and blasphemed, he shook his raiment and said unto them, Your blood be upon your own heads, I am clean. From henceforth I will go unto the Gentiles. And he departed thence and entered into a certain man's house named Justice, one that worshiped God, whose house joined hard to the synagogue. And Crispus, the chief ruler of the synagogue, believed on the Lord with all his house, and many of the Corinthians, hearing, believed and were baptized. Then spake the Lord to Paul in the night by a vision, Be not afraid, but speak and hold not your peace, for I am with you, and no man shall set on you to hurt you, for I have much people in this city. The word of God says, he continued there a year and six months, teaching the word of God among them. Now why did Paul stay there at Corinth? We see here because he was obedient unto the Lord's command. The greatest way you can glorify God is simply being obedient unto the Lord your God. Living a life in obedience unto him brings glory unto his name. Ultimately your life needs to be lived to the glory of God. How do we do that? By simply being obedient to the word of God. You want to know the will of God? Get in the word of God. Very basic. If you don't know God's will for your life, get in the word of God. You want to hear God speak? Get in his word. As they say, if you want to hear him speak audibly, read his word out loud. Here's how God speaks. It's through his word. God makes his will known through his word. I want you to notice over in the book of Acts chapter 14. In Acts chapter 14, down in verse 19, here's a situation which we had just mentioned the Apostle Paul encountered. In Acts chapter 14 and down in verse 19, we read there, "...and there came thither certain Jews from Antioch and Iconium who persuaded the people. And having stoned Paul, drew him out of the city, supposing he had been dead, albeit as the disciples stood round about and rose up and came into the city, and the next day departed with Barnabas to Derbe. And when they had preached the gospel to that city and had taught many, they returned again to Lystra and to Iconium and to Antioch, confirming the souls of the disciples and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God. And when they had ordained them elders in every church and had prayed with fasting, they commended them to the Lord on whom they had believed." I want you to notice here the Apostle Paul, as he is going from city to city, preaching the gospel. His purpose in preaching the gospel is that people might be saved, but the ultimate purpose, as people are saved, that churches might be established. And as churches are started in particular areas, then they partake in taking the gospel to areas round about them. The Apostle Paul did not saturate that area. He started church works and then he moved on and started other church works. It is through the Lord's churches that God is glorified. It's through the churches that God's word is proclaimed. It's through the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Great Commission, that he has given us that we are given to go and make disciples of all nations. That's what he's commanded us to do. Now listen to what the Word of God says back in Isaiah chapter 11. You don't need to turn there. Down in verse 9, it says, "...they shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain, for the earth shall be full of the knowledge of the Lord as the waters cover the sea." Here I want you to listen also over in the book of Habakkuk. In Habakkuk chapter 2 and verse 14, the Word of God says, "...for the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord as the waters cover the sea." How do the waters cover the sea? They fully cover the sea, the waters do. Therefore, the earth is going to be fully covered with the knowledge of the glory of God one day. What is our purpose in life is to share the glory of God, the knowledge of him, in the person of Jesus Christ by sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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A highlight from Matthew: Emmanuel (Which Means God With Us)
"You know, there is a world of difference between saying to someone that I am for you and telling them that I am with you. These two things do not mean the same thing. There's a world of difference between telling someone, I'm for you, I'm in your corner, I'm rooting you on, you've got this. There's a world of difference between telling someone that and telling them, I'm with you. In World War I, there was a lieutenant. His troops were getting ready to go over the edge. They were ready to take on the enemy. They were ready to cross the trenches. And this lieutenant, he's anxious. He's nervous about what might happen, and he sees a commander coming down through the trenches. The commander looks at this man, and he can see the anxiety. He can see the nerves there, and so he comes alongside him, puts his arm on him, and he points out. He points out to where they're going. He points out to no man's land. And he tells them, when we go out there, I'm going to be with you. We're going to do this together. And that gave the younger man a sense of confidence. It wasn't the old grizzled veteran just saying, you got this, from a distance, and go do it. Rather, he was saying, I'm going to be with you as you do it. I'm with you in the trenches, and I'm going to be with you in the battle yet to come. As we said, it's one thing to tell someone I'm for you. That's easy. You can do that to anyone. It's another thing to say, I'm going to invest myself in the outcome of what you're going through. I'm going to enter into the crucible of your pain with you, at your side. There's a comfort when a commander or a general does it, but how much more so when a god does that. When god not only gives us a word and says, hey, you got this. I'm for you. I'm in your corner. But rather when he says, I am with you as you face this. There's something encouraging about that. In today's text, it's exactly what we see. In today's reading, the birth of this child, the one who had come from a throne down to a manger. In this text, we see that this one was to be named Immanuel. That this one was the fulfillment of Old Testament prophecy. And that his name literally means God with us. God with us. Not just God for us, but God with us. Verse 23 of our text will say, behold, the virgin shall be with child and bear a son. They shall call his name Immanuel, which means God with us. This is one of the primary attributes, one of the primary things that makes our god cool, that makes our god awesome. One of the primary things is because he didn't just create the cosmos, spin it like a top, and then go off and watch us from a distance to see how things would turn out. Rather, from the get -go, from Jump Street, from the garden, that which he created, he dwells with. He creates Adam, he creates Eve, and then he walks and talks with them in the cool of the afternoon. The pagan gods didn't do this sort of thing. They didn't pay attention necessarily to everything that was going on. The god of the deists, the people who think that God is just this aloof god out in the cosmos somewhere that has nothing to do with us, who wants that kind of god? Thank God that's not the god we have. Rather, we have a god who is with us in the midst of everything we're going through. This was true in the garden. It was true at Sinai. It was true in the tabernacle. It was true in the temple. That's true for even us as New Testament believers because where does God reside now? God is with us. Do you know how the book of Matthew closes? Do you know what the very last verse is? Here we see as Jesus is introduced, his name means, I'm with you, God with us, the very last verse in the book of Matthew, the very last block of text in the book of Matthew says the same thing. In the Great Commission, we see this. Go therefore, make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit, teaching them to serve all the things I've commanded you, and lo, I am with you even to the end of the age. You see that? There's a bookend. The moment Jesus is introduced in chapter 1, the message is that God has come down from the throne to be with his people. And then prior to his ultimate ascension, he says the same thing because I'm going to leave my helper. Oh, and by the way, I am with you even to the end of the age. That's a God we can love. That's a God we can worship. A God who is not just for us but a God who is with us. All right, if you would, let's look at verses 18 and 19. We're going to talk about the God who is with us as we see of his birth. In verses 18 and 19, we're going to see what was going on with Mary Joseph, and then we're going to work our way through the text as time will allow. Okay, verses 18 and 19. Now the birth of Jesus Christ was as follows. After his mother Mary was betrothed to Joseph, but before they came together, she was found with child of the Holy Spirit. Then Joseph, her husband, being a just man and not wanting to make her a public example, was minded to put her away secretly. All right, at the start of this passage, we see something just very ordinary, something as natural as natural can be. There's a woman, an individual who's pregnant, a pregnancy that will lead to childbirth. Very natural, happens all the time. However, in these verses, we see that there's something unnatural or at least unusual that's going to take place. Verse 18 adds an unordinary qualifier. It says that there's going to be a pregnancy, normal, but in this case it will occur without physical union. Now I'm not a physician, but I have studied anatomy and the like, and I know that's just not the way that this works. Well, verse 18, we're seeing the seeds for something that we call the virgin birth, and this is one of the most important things to understand with regards to Christ's birth, with regards to the incarnation, because this is not an average everyday event. Rather, this is a miracle, and it's not just a miracle, but it's a fulfillment of prophecy, because Isaiah said this is the way it was going to go down. Behold, there be a virgin who would give birth to a child. Now verse 18 clarifies it. It's not Joseph's child, and for these verses, we know this much. They're betrothed, but there's been no physical union then. Now if you've seen Fiddler on the Roof, you remember the matchmaker? Remember the matchmaker? Well, they had similar things throughout Jewish history. They would have a season in which people were brought together. This was tradition. They were brought together by matchmakers and parents and others. They were put into a union, and yet there was a year. I know you want to sing it. There was a year of time after they were brought together in which they were sort of betrothed. We might consider it engaged. It's not really a point -for -point analogy, but they were betrothed. They spent a year in this estate prior to physical union. That's what's going on here. It's actually much stronger than an engagement. This is a strong relationship that they have, and yet it has not been consummated physically at this point. And so, all of a sudden, out of the blue, Mary is with child. Uh -oh. Now, we have lost touch with the word scandal. We really have. I mean, dear heavens, everything is a scandal. It doesn't matter what news. Whatever you pick up, there's a scandal on every page from every direction. It seems like every aspect of celebrity or politics or athletics or what have you, scandal, scandal, scandal. We've lost touch with it. In fairness, it didn't always used to be this way. If you're watching a TV show, if Barney Fife stole part of Andy Griffith's sandwich, they can make a whole scandalous episode out of that. There was things in the past that seemed scandalous at the time that now it's absolutely nothing. We've lost touch with scandal to the point we look at this text, and we don't understand what Joseph's going through. And his culture and his time, what he and Mary were just experiencing. She's pregnant, and there's no father. There's been no physical union. He is betrothed to someone who's pregnant, doesn't know what's going on. This was a scandal of scandals. And in his day, based on an understanding of Deuteronomy, this could even have led to her death. This was not a small thing. This is a huge, huge event that's taking place. And so, in verses 18 and 19, we see Joseph in the middle of a conundrum. He's betrothed to this individual who has this situation going on. He doesn't know how it happened. He doesn't know exactly what's going on, but he has concern. Now, he cares for Mary enough that he doesn't want to see this become the public spectacle that it otherwise very well could be. And so he attempts to find some way to accommodate her well -being, but apart from being able to marry her, because he's a just man, and there's obviously been in his mind an infidelity that's taken place that would disqualify that union. Now, before he could act on that impulse, an angel intervenes. Let's look at verses 20 and 21 to see what happens in this intervention. Verse 20, but while he thought about these things, while Joseph thought about all this, behold, an angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream, saying, Joseph, son of David, do not be afraid to take to you Mary your wife, for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit. And she'll bring forth a son, you shall call his name Jesus, for he will save his people from their sins. All right. As we said in verses 18 and 19, Joseph and Mary, Mary is now pregnant. Joseph is trying to figure out what to do. And in verse 20, we see that while he's contemplating, which I'm sure this took some time for him to work this through, but while he's thinking about these things, he goes to sleep. He's worried, he's anxious, he falls asleep, and in the midst of his sleep, an angel of the Lord comes to him in a vision, in a dream. And this happens at other intervals as scripture as well. And when the angel comes to Joseph, it's a simple message. It says, Joseph, what you think has happened is not accurate. But let me tell you, you're worried you should take Mary as your wife. You shouldn't be. Do not be afraid to take Mary as your wife, for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit. Now, I don't know what kind of theologian Joseph was at this point. We believe him to be older than Mary, but we don't know what kind of theologian he was. But whatever his theology was, he probably didn't fully understand that last statement. That which is conceived in her is of the Holy Spirit. Joseph didn't have John Calvin around to explain all the Trinitarian implications of this. And I imagine Joseph had more questions than answers, even when he hears this news. And yet he knew this much, even if he didn't have all the Trinity figured out at this time, even if he doesn't know what it means for the Spirit to overshadow her, even if he's still going, what does that mean? He at least knew this much, that Mary's pregnancy was not a function of her sin. He knew that there was not some other father in some tent down the street. He knew that the child that she was pregnant with was from God. And some way that he probably couldn't fully articulate, but he knew it was from God. And then God, through the angel, tells Joseph what to name him. Now naming rites in Jewish culture or any culture come from seats of authority. If you think about it in the garden, in the garden, Adam and Eve, you know, they're given the garden and all the animals are frolicking about as animals do. And Adam and Eve had a job, they actually had a couple of jobs. One was to take dominion over that which God had given them, and another thing was to do what for the animals? To name them, right? The greater names, the lesser, right? That's why parents named children are not children naming parents. Kind of glad it doesn't work that way. In this case, we see that God himself, through the angel, takes ownership over the name of his own son. It's not up to Joseph to name. He says his name will be Jesus. His name will be Jesus. We'll see that a little bit more in the verses yet to come. Whatever the case here is, the idea is that as this child is born of the Holy Spirit, this child comes with a purpose. His name will be Jesus because Jesus means what? It means the Lord is salvation. His person is yoked to his work. The angel identifies his person and his origins from God, the Holy Spirit, but he also identifies here's what he's come to do, and we're going to see that a little bit more in the verses yet to come. What we're also going to notice here, just a minute, is that when the angel talks about who will come to save his people from their sins, remember last week we talked about this. The people didn't necessarily have a problem with their sins. You know what the great irony is? You give someone a cure for a disease they don't think they have. If you come running up to someone on the streets of Gulfport with a vial of some cure, some medicine, or what have you, for a disease they don't understand they got, they'll just say, you crossed the other side of the street. They won't care because they don't recognize what you're holding is the cure for a problem that they have. The same is true with sin. The culture around us doesn't really think they have a problem with sin, and if they do think sin is a problem, they do this thing that's convenient. They redefine sin to be something that is external to them, a problem other people have. Whatever the case, when people had no understanding that they need to be saved from sin, if anything that they need to be saved from, it was going to be from Rome, which is what we talked about last week. Their fear, their concern, Joseph's concern, Mary's concern, the people down the street's concern was not so much that, oh, my sin is going to get me. And yet, that was the spiritual guillotine that was over their necks and ours apart from this child that was born. Every man, woman, and child has stood condemned under sin. You read the Book of Romans, the first five, six chapters, as Paul is condemning the human race and saying, well, this is our problem. Then, of course, he introduces the solution. Well, the angel introduced the solution too and says, this one has come not just to make your life better, not just to pour a little Jesus seasoning on things to give you your best life now. This one came to this end, to this object, to save you from your sins, to save you from a problem that you might not even understand that you have and that our culture certainly doesn't understand it has. That's why he came, and here's the thing. That's what the whole Old Testament said he would do. The Old Testament said when he shows up, when the Messiah we've been waiting from since Genesis 3 .15, when the seed shows up, he will come to save people from their sins, not what they were looking for in the first century, not what they were looking for in the 21st century. And yet the Old Testament prophecy said that's the guy to look out for, one who is not what you expect, one who will come to save you from your sins, one who is not going to come down on a red carpet from God, but will be born in a place like a manger. Isaiah 53, one of the most famous chapters that speaks to these issues, says this. This one would be wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities. The chastisement for our peace would be upon him. By his stripes we'll be healed. All we like sheep have gone astray. We have turned everyone to our own way, and the Lord has laid upon him the iniquity of us all. The angel got it, and he says in the manger, Joseph, and in the womb of Mary right now is the one that has come to do just that. And the cruel irony is the people won't be looking for that. As he gets older, they'll reject him. They'll reject what he came to do, and yet this is the one. This is the child. All right, let's take a look now at verses 22 through 25 and just kind of build on this case. Okay, verse 22. So all this was done, that it might be fulfilled, which was spoken by the Lord through the prophets, saying, Behold, the virgin shall be with child and shall bear a son. They shall call his name Immanuel, which is translated God with us. Then Joseph, being aroused from sleep, did as the angel of the Lord had commanded him, and took to him his wife, and did not know her until she had brought forth her firstborn son, and he called his name Jesus. All right, as we just said a moment ago, Christ's person is yoked to his work. The great problem in our age is that our culture doesn't do the same thing. At Christmastime in December, you just watch, people don't have a real problem with the person of Jesus so much. They like cute Jesus, even divine Jesus. That's not really the problem. The problem is his work. He came to convict us of our sins, to turn our hearts to God, to cause us to repent, and to rescue us from sins that most of us don't acknowledge that we have. But in this text, the angel spells it all out. He says this is the reason he's coming. This is the reason he's coming, in order to save them from their sins. And as he saves them from their sins, he will be the fulfillment of prophecies that said he would do just that, which is why even the angel quotes the Old Testament here. End of verse 23. Behold, the virgin shall be with child, shall bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel, which is translated God with us. There's a continuity you're supposed to see with that which is written down recorded in the Old Testament and that which comes on the scene here in Matthew chapter 1. God wants us to see that, and Matthew was desperate that his contemporaries saw it. Remember, their problem when they killed Jesus was they didn't recognize him for who he was. I mean, they had other issues too, but that was chief among them. They just didn't know what they were doing. Isn't that what Jesus said? Father, forgive them. They don't know what they're doing. Same idea. They had a Messiah on their radar that they wanted, and it wasn't this one, this guy. So at Matthew, when he's writing chapter 1, when he's writing to the Jews, he started with the genealogies we talked about last week, and he said, all right, this Jesus is going to be a son of Abraham, which makes him a Jew, and it's going to be a son of David, which makes him a king, or in the line of kings. His objective was to tell the Jewish audience who this Jesus was. Well, here, as chapter 1 continues, he gives the biography even more so, and he says that this one, this Jesus, which means God is salvation, is also named Immanuel, which is an Old Testament prophecy that means God with us. Matthew's making the case, even here in chapter 1, clearly in chapter 1, to a Jewish audience, that this is the Jewish Messiah. Now, would that be compelling? Well, to some, yes. To others, not so much. Now, the past 15 minutes or so, we've quoted Isaiah a few times. I think I referenced Malachi as well, but there in verses 22 through 25, we see the reference again to Isaiah more acutely, more specifically, and this is a reference that to the Jewish audience should have resonated with him, but again, as we just said a moment ago, the irony is that it didn't. The reason that's ironic is this. Matthew knew that many of his fellow Jews had rejected Jesus while simultaneously longing for a Messiah, and his objective here in chapter 1 is to say, hey, guys, they're the one and the saint. The one you rejected is the one you were looking for, and that's what Peter does in Acts 2. He tells the Pharisees, you know the one you killed, the one you nailed to a tree, the one you hung on the cross? That was him, and when they finally get it in the book of Acts, when they finally get that, what happens to them? Scripture says they're just broken to the heart because then they understand what they did. They understand that the light of life had come to them. They didn't recognize it, and then they killed them. As we look to wrap up, we're going to build on all these things as we head towards baptism, as we go towards the temptation, and the things that are going to follow in the book of Matthew, but as we wrap up, I want to return briefly to the word Emmanuel, which we've already established means God with us. Now, earlier I used the term, the term deus. Let me explain briefly. I know many of us know it, but let me explain briefly for those who don't. Every culture, when it comes to religion, there's two camps that they fall in. One, assuming that they believe in God at all, one is the camp of the deist. That camp believes God exists, but we can't know him. He formed the world around us, but then he went off and he does his thing and we do ours. That's deism. As Christians, we're not deists. The alternate is what we call theism. Theism posits that God exists, but you can know him, and what's more, he wants you to know him. You and I are theists, and if you drill into that term even more, we're monotheists. We believe in one God. We're not polytheists that believe in a lot of them. We believe that there is a God. You can have a relationship with him. There is a God and there is just one. Now, that's highly desirable because the alternative is you have a God you can't know that doesn't care about you, and that's what a lot of agnostics in our day do. They go, I think there might be a God somewhere, but they really don't think you can have a relationship with him. Who wants that? Who desires that? Well, the picture in Matthew 1 and throughout the book of Matthew, the picture that's painted here is completely different. It's not about a God who formed the cosmos and went away. Rather, it's a God who is ever -present with creation and undergoes the life experiences, the human experiences that we do up to and including birth. You have a God that can relate to you. You know, one of the greatest hardships or plagues on our age is the plague of loneliness. It's this idea that no one can relate to what I'm going through. The life circumstances have conspired in such a way that I'm going through something that no one can really understand, no one can really relate to, and then there's an isolation that comes with that, even a withdrawal. Maybe some people withdraw from us, and then we're left in this estate. Some of us, maybe many of us, are left in a state of loneliness, maybe for a season, maybe for a lifetime, and it's the hardest thing if you've experienced it. If that's you or someone you know, this message of God with us, and this word of manual should hold a special meaning. Others leave might us, others might forsake us, others might let us down, and yet the God who walked with Adam and Eve, when there was just two of them in the cool of the afternoon, walks with us still. Even we're just one of us. God is with us no matter what we're going through. He's not just munching popcorn, watching what you're going through this week. Some of us have a picture of God that He's up there in the clouds somewhere with a long beard, a long robe, and He's just kind of doing this to see what we do, and He's ready to punish us and the like, and He's there and we're here, and there's this distance. That's not the God of Scripture. The God of Scripture is a God who is intimate and close and wants to be close to you and wants your hand to fit in His. He doesn't call you a peon in the kingdom of heaven. He calls you a son or daughter, and that has meaning. What father or mother among us has not held the hand of our child and felt that proximity, felt that closeness, felt that bond, felt that unity that comes with holding your own? Well, that's what God wants with you. And even now, even if we've been fleeing from Him, His arms are open to this. He came as a babe and a manger, the most defenseless thing that you can possibly come. He came from a state of great glory into a state of great hardship, great difficulty. It would ultimately lead to His death, and yet He did it because He loves His people. He's not indifferent to us. He's not indifferent to us. The other problem that we can sometimes verge into is we can think that He's indifferent to me, but He's cool with other Christians, but I've done something that is so egregious or He knows my past or He knows the things I did yesterday because of that there's this gap. If there's any gap in your walk with God, it's not because He's drifted away from you. It's because you're pushing Him away. The God of this book does not withdraw from children, from sons and daughters, but He's like the parable of the prodigal son. His arms are open wide. Matthew 1, God with us. Matthew 28, God with us. Behold, I am with you even to the end of the age. Whatever you face this week, this book is not an abstract thing that just applies to other religious people or you on occasion. It applies to you today. God's with you as you face whatever you're facing, whatever hardship you're walking down, whatever valley you're traversing, God is with you, and that's a great encouragement of Scripture, and no other faith can present it except this alone. God is with us. We see it in Matthew 1. We're going to see it in Matthew 2 and the balance of the book. Let's pray. Join Dr. Toby Holt and Dr. Dominic Aquila for a tour of Israel in February of 2024. For more information, visit fpcgulfport .org.
Fresh "Aquila" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
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"If we were located in Ephesus, and all of our 600 people had turned away from idle worship and were committed to never take that walk again, but we've turned away and we've turned two Jesus with 600 people be enough to shut down that economy. It wouldn't be enough, would it? It started with a few, but it didn't stop with 600. It grew, it had to be thousands and thousands of people. To actually have this kind of effect on the community. And that change was not coming by way of like great programs in the community to change things. That change was coming by way of individuals who redeemed, who were saints, faithfully following Jesus Christ, and no longer worshiping the things of the enemy, no longer that idle worship, but now wholly worship of God. So many people had turned away from that that it was beginning to change actually the whole. Concept and picture of this city. You see, missional living requires a purposeful investment. And this investment is focused on the lives of people. And this investment is shared in by people. I want to note, and this is why I kind of shared the details of the story of this church and Ephesus, is that it wasn't accomplished just by Paul by himself. It wasn't Paul went and did an accomplished all these things. It was Paul, who started that work, but then he first left Priscilla and Aquila there to continue that work. They poured into a polis who later served as the pastor in the church, later Paula pointed Timothy to lead this church. And after Timothy, John, the John who wrote the gospel of John actually led this church as well. And that's just to name just a very few people who were invested in this church in Ephesus.
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"Mean, just those passage and I'm not saying that women aren't better or spiritually more tuned to God. I think though that what that's clearly showing these understanding of women as being underneath or being less than men, I mean, clearly, Jesus is bringing that to the forefront. And this is a pattern. I mean, if we based our response and the way we treat women in the church based upon the actions of Jesus, the radically different. It really would. So many examples of how he elevated women. So what kinds of roles did women have in the early church? Historically, I laugh about these things. We have all these debates about ordination. Whether or not people can be ordained, where do we draw the line, et cetera? And I'm just like, you know, ordination has a history, ordination is not in the Bible. The basis for what we use as ordination is in the Bible, but we're nation really didn't develop in the western church until the central Middle Ages. And then we can trace its development. And it is not always had the same meaning over time. It's culturally constructed. I understand the biblical roots that it's based on. When we think about what did people do in the church, what we know is that the names of those positions have changed over time. I mean, there's no senior pastor in the Bible. But we do see some of those basic roles. And we see the role of apostle, the role of the messenger, the role of essentially the possible is the messenger the puzzles are also preachers. And we see that they carry the good news that carry the gospel that weren't Mary Magdalene does to the apostles. And we also see the role of deacon is one and that Paul names deacons and Paul names of female deacon named Phoebe. He names junia as an apostle. We also see the role of teacher. And this is another role that's recognized. It's one that Paul talks about that you have to be very careful as teachers. He names problems with teachers. We have a policy of who is teaching and he is corrected by Priscilla and Aquila. And so by a woman, he we see this other teacher that is corrected. And so women, all of these early roles in the Bible, the earliest roles that carry authority in the first century church are filled by women. And so it makes it really hard to argue, which, I mean, it really comes down to it when people say, well, I think a woman can do everything. But leasing your pastor or preach or something like that. And I'm like, well, you know, that's fine. It's not gospel, but at the same time, that's not a limit we see in the Bible. I can see your perspective, I respect where you're coming from, but it's not necessarily biblical. Right. I mean, I can not see I feel like Dorothy sayers. This is what she says. She says, I can find no theological reason for women not to be ordained. And I stand with her on that. I stand with you on that. So why do you think that evangelical Christians just kind of skip over these early roles of women in the church and the consistent way that Jesus elevated women throughout his ministry? Because of the way we are taught. I think that's a large part of it. If we look at if you, if you did a systematic study of evangelical sermons in conservative churches over time, I have not done this would be really fun to do. But I think what you would find is you would find that there is that women's roles are minimized in these sermons that even in times that women are authoritative in the Bible that those roles are minimized or explained away..
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"On news time. 8 25. We checked the traffic for you once again and from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra Jordan. Well, the only official blocking problem right now is in Olympia, and this is a crash. It's partially blocking the ramp from southbound one on one to north and I five and causing about a mile or so back up there, and we do have a crash. It's on the shoulder in Bellevue on north, Um four or five a little bit north of I 90 Kind of a crowding that the H O. V. Lane, though, and so this is what's causing such a heavy back up out of the Aquila area and into downtown Bellevue. This is also why North and 167 is absolutely solid right now, from 188 to 405 at Valley Freeways, also quite busy out of North Puyallup and into Pacific. You can expect brake lights on north and I five through much of the Tacoma area, and we get backed up approaching state route 18 scattered flowing out of federal weighing into C Tech. And in Seattle were slow from the south end of Boeing Field all the way to the convention center, partially due to an earlier crash South down my five it's brake lights out of ever and then heavy from 405 through Mountlake. Terrorists south down four or five is also have the out of alder wood all the way to state route 5 to 2 less additional backups as you're approaching 5 20. Our next Cuomo traffic up 8 34 report This time is sponsored by a coin flip home. Did you know most crypto ATMs? Charge of 15% fee On average coin flip only charges seven. Another reason to invest with coin flip visit. Coin flip dot tech To find an ATM are forecast sunny skies by this afternoon at a high temperature close to 80 degrees, and we're looking for pleasant weather the next several days. Partly sunny Thursday, Friday and through the weekend with high temperatures tomorrow around 75, probably in the lower to mid seventies through the weekend. It is starting to get really nice. We're seeing some sunshine through the clouds at 65 in Seattle right now. NBC Entertainment News. It kind of seems like Britney Spears. His dad is on board with the free Brittany movement. He's filed papers in Los Angeles, asking the court to end her conservatorship, the conservator ship that he's been.
"aquila" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"It comes to our travel times right now, our Seattle the Federal way drive is sitting roughly at 97 minutes, So we've come down just a little bit, But we're still looking at three lanes blocked himself 25 right near South Center in the back of starting outside of the convention center. I was just looking at some of the cameras on South and 99. So slammed outside of the tunnel all the way out past the West Seattle Bridge. Guys, This is a rough one, especially for those of you getting out to 59 and trying to use 5 18. Here's the deal. You're still not going to be able to access north on four or five from 5 18. You're going to be forced onto using southbound I five, which is not bad. I mean, you're wide open drive from South Center all the way into federal way. It's just a matter of getting their 5 99 pretty packed as well for drivers coming through to Aquila, and you're going to find quite a bit of crowding on the 90 eastbound as we come off of Mercer Island, getting up to four or five and south and four or five is still bumper to bumper outside of Bellevue. Drivers continue to struggle on north and a five near Highway two. We're still looking at some I would say not heavy duty lineups on south and if I from my waiting to the dome, but it is busy and then our drive through like what looks good. No problems there. 5 12 so little busy as we get closer to the canyon exit. Traffic is brought to you by mattress firm Imitate. You'd rather get a king bed for a Queen Price that mattress firm and save up to $500 on top rated brands like Celean Sleepy's Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Pretty nice weather to start off the week again could be a little bit hazy. Tomorrow and into Wednesday, slight chance for a shower to Thursday and Friday, looking for highs tomorrow.
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"Asked Tracy Taylor to keep us informed on the I five track traffic north on Seattle through South Centre heading that way from Mount Vernon in the next few hours. Well, you can't You can't do that. You can't Ashford. Traffic reports. Yeah. Really, really. You get them every day. What are you talking about? I know but like here, he I'm sorry. This is from two days ago, but anyway, generally well. Ah, sorry. Trucker Rob from Puyallup also known a k a duct tape. He was one of the duct taped a bunch of his truck together. Remember that Tom Quinn's winner? Yeah. Anyway, there we go. He's a Closing the loop and making sure thank you notes. Go after everybody. Tracy Taylor, Personalized traffic. What do you got? Well, somebody just send us a text at 98973 san. He traced it Sounds like we've got something going on. This is just past 136th street in Marysville, next to Smokey Point Boulevard. And sure enough, Marysville PD coming in saying that 136 is blocking by a train. And your state AV. And this is a deadly crash investigation. And this is in the 14,000 block and near the train tracks so no ETA and when the roadway will reopen, we have another investigation that has the 11,500 block of East marginal way. And if you're not familiar with Aquila, this is just after we're inner, urban and east marginal intersect getting over the Duwamish River. Drivers are still finding themselves stuck on the Valley Freeway for a crash out near Willis. I'll tell you the travel times coming up here in about 10 Minutes. Traffic is brought to you by Emerald Queen Casino where receded table games is now open. Emerald Queen Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest, Cairo Radio, real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. The dory monks in show the state of Washington is responsible for about 1/50 of 1% of global carbon emissions. Now, if you did something completely unrealistic and got us to reduce.
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"And I think both of you guys are funny at times, too. So I This is the reason why I enjoy the show so much, Okay, We're watching a couple of things. One is if you are on the Valley Freeway right now, it's going to take you 15 minutes from renting to Auburn. That has to do with the crash that's happening out near Willis, south End of the Valley Freeway. It's still taking up the right lane, and it's locking things up on four or five. And, of course, getting onto the Valley Freeway. But drivers heading south bound on four or five Not only your finding themselves stuck outside of Bellevue. But now we've got some big delays outside of the Valley Freeway heading to South Centre since nobody wants to go on the Valley Freeway. Headed to South 25, which in turn causes quite the crawl as we leave to Aquila in heading into about federal way, Speaking of Tuck will lead the investigation continues in the 11,500 block of East marginal way. And if you're not familiar with that area, this is just as you cross over the Duwamish River where inter urban and East marginal Way kind of intersect so that roadway is going to be shut down until further notice. We are still dealing with some big delays for drivers getting into parts of shoreline and Everett. We're going to have more on that in 10 minutes. Traffic brought to you by sold by every door dot com Go to silver every door dot com. Enlist your home with the most skilled and successful agents in King County. Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor Molecule air purifiers help protect your indoor air from seasonal and environmental pollutants like smoke particles, allergens, viruses, bacteria and more molecules. Air purification reinvented, Learn more at molecule dot com. That's molecule with it. Tom and Curly Show GOP is pushing new civil rights for unvaccinated. They're trying to make it illegal for not just governments, but also employers and private businesses.
"aquila" Discussed on KOMO
"The last six months to a year. One poor decision can make a life impact. State law says that you must move over one lane or slow down if you see emergency vehicles on the side of the road. Coming up. A cyclist is hit from behind near Ocean City. I'm Frank Lindsay. Now the state patrol needs your help to find the car and driver involved first at 1 34 Traffic update from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center and on the topic of these hit and run incidents is a reminder for you that the service for the fallen officer Lexi Harris, who was helping at the side of the road when she was hit and killed. Is going on right now. At T Mobile part you can watch it on KOMO news or come on news dot com. But it's also causing some traffic impacts around the stadiums. So if you're in and around, Soto, that's what's slowing you down. Unclear exactly how much longer the service will go on for but it looks like everyone is inside for the moment. Now to Aquila, where the exit from North Um 5 99 2 Tequilas International Boulevard is now fully blocked because of a semi that rolled and spilled its load. That closure may take some time, though, because whatever that load was has to be transferred to another semi before it can be moved out of there and impressed in if you're an eastbound driver on I 90 Watch out for some road construction. Closing the left lane right around Preston Falsity Road. Looks like just a little west of that, actually. But as folks hit the road for the fourth holiday, you're gonna want to keep a keen eye out for those construction crews there on I 90 East bound. And traffic by the way, brought to us this time by invisible fence dot com. July's national Lost Pet Prevention Month. An invisible fence brands. Boundary plus technology helps keep pets secure at home visit invisible fence dot com to schedule a free consultation. Now, our common forecast with meteorologist Kristin Clark marine clouds very stubborn to clear today with that lack of solar radiation that's going to help to keep our temperatures in the seventies, so a much more comfortable.
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"Dot f b dot com slash regulations. 8 44 right now And since we check traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the forests, here's Kierra Jordan of the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. They've been working with a rollover crush in Lakewood. At this point, it is now partially blocking the South and I five offering to 5 12, so that's an improvement because that ramp was fully blocked. It's been causing over a mile back up and then westbound 5 12. That's really crowding right now. As you're approaching I five and we had a blocking crash into Aquila on eastbound 5 18 Approaching I five that's already been moved out of the right lane. But that's why you're sitting in that back up there, um, 167 off and on slowing at a summer into Pacific and then a solid commute from 188 to 405. Dortmund, four or five has been very heavy, starting just south of that Valley Freeway to about northeast 30th and lighter slowing through Newcastle south around four or five still slow and go out of Canyon Park to state route 5 to 2 and then again, traveling at a totem lake and into Kirkland south on 95. It's lighter, slowing out of effort to the four or five split. That's where the drive becomes heavier from that area. And then we found this off and on slowing as you're working your way much of the way toward the ship Canal Bridge this morning and westbound 5 to 2 you've been dealing with over a mile back up as you're trying to reach 100. 45th our next Cuomo Traffic up 8 54 I report this time is sponsored by indeed dot com, Looking to hire indeed will help you speed up the process. They have 135 skills test to help you find the right candidates. Faster visit indeed dot com slash credit. Romo forecast cloudy skies and that we have continued to see some scattered showers. Although they're starting to diminish. We're seeing a few just west of Everett and from about.
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"To brain by Monday morning, covert 19 testing sites in King County are closed today due to the weather that includes Auburn to Aquila, Federal way Eatem Claude rented Bellevue and at Highline College. Vaccination sites in Kent and Robert are also closed. The Kents site is expected to reopen on Monday and the Auburn site on Tuesday. People with scheduled appointments will receive phone calls to reschedule for next week. Or they can reschedule online using the link in their text or email confirmation. Thousands of kids are going sledding today and a pediatrician at University of Washington wants them to do it safely. The critical thing with sleds number one is the helmet and safest thing is absolutely to go feet first. Dr Beth Evil says that half of all winter head injuries are very severe. She also recommends a helmet for skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling. He was a Seattle firefighter of the Year and 2018. Yet now he's sitting and King County Jail, facing multiple charges for allegedly emailing death threats to City Council member Thomas who want Settle, Please Sergeant Randy Hughes. Frick says they started investigating the death threats against the want around Inauguration day. Knowing those threats came from the city email account investigation gave us a starting point from there and contacting the person that the email account belonged to, but that Seattle fire worker was actually a victim, too. Of identity theft, according to police, who say the 42 year old actual suspect intentionally used coworker's email to send the threats. The suspect remains behind bars and is said to have a first appearance in court on multiple charges, including identity theft, cyber stalking and computer trespass. That's Cairo radios. Hannah Scott Checking on your snow forecast. It is expected to come down until around four or five. Today. In most areas, we will have some lingering showers as well. We'll stay in the high twenties, so low.
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And in those days when again Great crowd had gathered. And they had nothing to eat. He called his disciples and he says to them. Have compassion for the crowd. Because they've been with me now, three days and they have nothing to eat. And if I send them home hungry? They will collapse along the way, and some of them have come from quite a distance. And they began to answer him. I'm where will someone be able to fill this people for with bread? Here in this deserted place. And he began to question them. How many laws do you have? Seven. They say. And he took the loaves. And bless them. And broke them and began giving them to his disciples for them to start setting it out, and they serve them to the people and they had a few fish and after he had blessed them, he said, Serve these as well. And everyone ate And had their fill and they took up leftovers. Broken pieces. Little crumbs. Seven baskets for Seven Roman Gentile baskets. And there were about 4000 people. And after Mark finished that story, I imagine that Rufus the Roman Said to mark Mark. You really gotta write this stuff down. And Mark said, I'm working on it. And Rufus looks over and he sees Priscilla. Smiling thoughtfully Priscilla, in whose house they had gathered, whose food they had all shared. Priscilla. Found herself once again admiring this Saira finish in woman who had argued with Jesus. Priscilla, who was born Jewish but had a Greek name. And was immersed in Greco Roman culture. She knew what it was like to be slighted to be insulted not only by Gentiles for her are Jewish customs, but also by her fellow Jews for associating with Unclean gentiles. So this siren finish in woman had long been one of her heroes in the faith. The way she looked past what could have been taken as a slight As an insult. Being compared to a dog. And took it as an invitation to seek the gracious and generous heart of her Lord. Priscilla. Looked at the Motley Crue. Gathered in her house, this little church that she and her husband, Aquila cared for. She thought about all the other. Churches that had been planted around the Roman Empire and And all the churches that would be planted. Throughout the world and all the people who would who would learn what it's like. To follow Jesus with them. People just like her. People like you and me. Who have far more in common than we realize. Are stubborn hearts. Filled with all kinds of unclean things. Unclean like the dogs. Yet welcomed. Nonetheless to the table. As God's beloved Children. Honored to hear Stories of Jesus. If you're willing wherever you are. I invite you to join their table with me. And pray. Messiah Jesus. Thank you for these accounts of your gracious words and works that have been handed down to us by your servant Mark. You have offered yourself up as a ransom sacrifice for all people. And you have welcomed us to your table. By your crucifixion Put to death. All that is evil in us by your resurrection break open the tombs of our unbelief. And by the giving of your spirit through the hearing of your word. Give us clean hearts. That we would follow you on the way. Because you live and you reign with the father and the Holy Spirit. One God, now and forever. Amen. You're listening to the loo through an hour. For free online resource is archived Audio are mobile app and mortgage. Oh, to Lutheran, our dot orc. Our friends from the speaking of Jesus podcast discussed today's text from the Gospel of Mark and Here's part of what they said. What was the word or phrase that stood out to you? Or Ah, a sentiment that is this A big picture, Ark. Takes about two chapters to paint that picture. What's something that stands out to you? S o for me. It's one. Uh He says not what you put in your body if I was you. That really stands out to me. What goes in your body, the files. You all right? We'll come back to talk more about that. What else? Sarah? What about you? What was the word or phrase? It stood out to you. Are seen on the word or phrase that stuck up to me was take courage. It is I good. Jessica When Jesus told the gentlewoman because of what you have said. I always intrigued by the end. He was intending to pass them by like, what is that all about when he's walking on the water? All right, Cyril, tell us tell us more. About the what goes into you Can't can't defile you can't make you unclean. Yeah. So what? I I hear that it just There's so many things that we think off outside, right. We think of the outside world and how it's affected us. But for me what the Lord shows in that whole thing is about the heart. What's coming from within?.
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"Knowing how much time we had I wanted to make sure we got back the oceans of intelligence. What would you like to tell us about the song again? Well, it was inspired by the Tibetan Lama giving me the name loader gents, Sal, that meant oceans of intelligence. And Was inspired to write the song and you're one of the first radio stations. It's been played a little bit, and then Hawaii, But we've been holding it back. You know till the album comes out, but we are thinking of, you know, sending it to select stations to play. And It's actually a prayer. Her help. From beyond the planet. And that we need this oceans of intelligence now. Help us? Yep. We sure do And thank heavens for your work that You've made a lot easier for some of us in this particular work. Because we're always being criticized by it. I just before we Left our last break. I noticed the situation of the inner earth. I've become more and more interested in the possibility of other life forms living in the inner earth. You have any opinions about that, sir? Yeah, I think there's something to that. You know, because Admiral Byrd talked about seeing strange objects going into an inner earth opening and in Hawaii. They were always seeing, uh Objects coming and going from in the ocean and even coming out of the crater. Even on Holly Aquila and going in and out of the ocean. The same is the situation. We were Talking about the signals from Malibu that for years, even going back into the forties, they were seeing objects going in and out. Of the ocean along the California coast were Malibu is and then old army radio expert that was in the second World War. Till delved into ham radio, and he was an expert at range finding He's the one that picked up those signals that were strange one night on his ham radio. And Michael Luckman instructed him to send them to me, and I put him in two songs well come to find out there's a dome shaped building with pillars. About three miles out under the ocean with an opening that they believe you oppose go in and out of and they've been seeing these objects. Since the 19 forties. And I talked to a shoe mash Indian elder. There was a tribe that lived here. Up and down the coast and he's he knew all about it. He said. Oh, yeah, that building was Made by the people that were here before us, and they lived here for over 1000 years. They claim, they said, when the ocean level was down lower His tribe used to use that, like appear to fish off. And so that's on the cover of my signals from Malibu album that Building and you can Google it Malibu anomaly and you can see it. They have underwater. Pictures. Oven in James Cameron even wanted to get in our ov and underwater unmanned sub incented into that opening. But I don't know what happened. That expedition got scuttled. But yeah, there's something going on inside the earth that most people don't know about that. I feel like there are people They do know about it. Well, this is very interesting because Dear friend of mine. His name is Preston Dennett. Do you have you heard of Preston? Oh, yes, And he has a book called Undersea Undersea UFO base, and it shows. That just what you're talking about on the front cover is well, you have a copy of this book. Yes. Oh, good. Okay. Yeah, because I'd send this copy. If you didn't have one. That's the reason why I brought that up because of the parallels here. Extraordinary. We had to go out to of Southern California. With the Woodstock bus that we re created. On. There were tens of thousands of people there. To welcome us because we're from the East Coast. And I've heard so many times so many people, but the hell are you doing on the East Coast? You should be over here where all the action is. On this because I chose karmically that to be close to Washington, D. C in this incarnation because I served in the military American military And died before 17 76. On DSA so that America means a great deal to me. I gave my life for it at that time. It didn't make it to 17 76. It was just so so bad. But anyway, the key thing is this is so important What you're doing. Has so many. Important things for people to consider. You know, you're more of a multi, You're you're a genius. It's true, But it seems to me that you are a multiple genius. Now I don't want to embarrass you or make you feel strange about this. But you can see the patterns here with how you work what you accomplish, and then how long it takes you to succeed and then re succeed. That indicates As I mentioned before that you are very old soul, but I did I offend you. Not at all. The Lama told me the same thing, and I'm just thankful. You know that I get to keep doing this And like I said at the top of our interview, I feel like it's a gift that's been Given to me. It was your in a certain sense. You've had too many purposes in this life, and this is one of them. Right? And you know is the fact is is by your coming back to them over and over again and lifting them up so other people can see because you know that When you talk about this stuff, most people well today, it's changing. But most people would look at you and just think. Well, that's poor guy Have. Yeah, he's he's look. He's trying to Do something that's just, unfortunately, just going to waste his time. But obviously, fortunately, there are tens of millions now that are moving in that direction, and I believe That is what the beings that are coming. Some of these beings coming from all different parts of the universe..
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"And came to Corinth. And he found a certain Jew named Aquila, a man of potters by race. Lately come from Italy with his wife, Priscilla. Because, Claudia said, commanded all the Jews to depart from room. And he came under them and because he was of the same trade. He abode with them for they brought About their trade. They were tent makers on de Rezende in the synagogue every Sabbath. And persuaded Jews on Greeks. E know a soul that is steeped in sin that no man's heart can cure. But I know a name a name a name that can make that soul all pure. I know a life that is lost to God bound down by things of earth. But I know a name a name a name, I can bring that soul new birth. I know of lands that are sucking shame of hearts that faint entire but I know her name. Name a name. That can set those lands on fire on now, Ladies and gentlemen, listen to this message entitled The Corinthian story. 18th chapter of the book of Acts Begins.