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Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life

The Seventh Law: What God Starts, He Finishes

April 14, 2002

We begin with the words of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor whose opposition to Adolph Hitler during World War II finally landed him in jail. Shortly before the end of the war, the Nazis put him to death. His best-known writings include The Cost of Discipleship and Life Together. At one point he pondered what […]

The Sixth Law: There is No Growth Without Struggle

James 1:2-4 – April 7, 2002

Life is hard. Does anyone reading these words have any question about that? I didn’t think so. Because we live in a fallen world, nothing works the way it’s supposed to. Sin has stained every part of the physical universe. And sin has deeply infected the human bloodstream. Things break. Our bodies wear out. We […]

The Fifth Law: Active Faith Releases God’s Power

Hebrews 11 – March 24, 2002

Let’s begin by reviewing the first four laws of the spiritual life: Law 1: He’s God and We’re Not. Law 2: God Doesn’t Need Us But We Desperately Need Him. Law 3: What God Demands, He Supplies. Law 4: What You Seek, You Find. Each law covers a major area of our relationship with God […]

The Fourth Law: What You Seek, You Find

Matthew 6:33 – March 17, 2002

In this sermon series we are looking at the Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life. These “laws” are not exactly doctrines, not exactly duties,not exactly promises and not exactly rules. Each one represents a major truth that Christians need to know. They are like pillars that hold up a large building. Here are the first […]

The Third Law: What God Demands, He Supplies

March 3, 2002

In this sermon series we’re looking at the basic laws of the spiritual life that apply to all Christians everywhere. These are the principles that every Christian needs to know because they meet you right where you are and then take you all the way home to heaven. The First Law states a fundamental reality: […]

The Second Law: God Doesn’t Need Us But We Desperately Need Him

February 17, 2002

Last Sunday we started a new sermon series called The Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life. In this series we are discovering the basic principles of the Christian life that meet us where we are and take us all the way to heaven. The First Law teaches us a fundamental truth: He’s God and We’re […]

The First Law: He’s God and We’re Not

February 10, 2002

This is the first sermon in a new series called “The Seven Laws of the Spiritual Life.” For the last few years I have been thinking about putting together a short list of the basic principles of the Christian life. What are those truths that every believer needs to know in order to have a […]

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