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Modest Apparel

Modest Apparel (1TI 2:9-10)
I. A Biblical ministry is characterized by a balanced emphasis on grace and practical holiness.
2TI 2:19.
A. “All holiness” leaves the soul overburdened and without relief or hope.
B. “All grace” leaves the soul without conviction or defined direction. It opens the door to a
false liberty. ROM 6:1-2 c/w JUDE 1:4.
II. It should be obvious to any reasonable person that we are living in a society that is in an increasing state of undress.

Christ Our Jubilee

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Usury Part 2

Usury
I. usury: The fact or practice of lending money at interest; esp. in later use, the practice of charging, taking, or contracting to receive, excessive or illegal rates of interest for money on loan.
II. There are three basic reasons for usury:
A. The Reason of Time-Preference.
1. A man forfeits the use of his money for a period of time during which it is unavailable for expenditure or investment for profit.
2. Since present goods are more valuable to men than future goods, men discount future goods.

The Christian and Moses' Law (An Overview)

The Christian and Moses’ Law
(An Overview)
I. Of what value is the O.T. to a N.T. Christian?
A. It is Scripture and therefore profitable. 2TI 3:16.
B. It is for our learning, patience and comfort. ROM 15:4.
C. It testifies of Christ. JOH 5:39, 46.
II. This study is an overview of what parts of the O.T. are still relevant and binding upon us.
A. Are we still obliged to pay tithes, observe dietary law and feast days, and do no work on
the seventh day?
B. What about O.T. laws about idolatry, morality, marriage, divorce, etc.?

Biblical Cosmology

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Church Discipline Part 3

Church Discipline
I. Churches are held accountable before God for whom they retain in their membership. A church must decide whose companionship they prefer: a disorderly member’s or the Lord's.
JOS 7:11-13; REV 2:14-15.
II. When a church member stands in violation of N.T. commandments which require exclusion from the body, and such transgression is commonly reported, only then must a severance result, lest it
be “named among” the saints. 1CO 5:1-2; EPH 5:3.
A. commonly: After a fashion or in a way common to all; in common; generally, universally.

Church Discipline Part 2

Church Discipline
I. Churches are held accountable before God for whom they retain in their membership. A church must decide whose companionship they prefer: a disorderly member’s or the Lord's.
JOS 7:11-13; REV 2:14-15.
II. When a church member stands in violation of N.T. commandments which require exclusion from the body, and such transgression is commonly reported, only then must a severance result, lest it
be “named among” the saints. 1CO 5:1-2; EPH 5:3.
A. commonly: After a fashion or in a way common to all; in common; generally, universally.

Usury Part 1

Usury
I. usury: The fact or practice of lending money at interest; esp. in later use, the practice of charging, taking, or contracting to receive, excessive or illegal rates of interest for money on loan.
II. There are three basic reasons for usury:
A. The Reason of Time-Preference.
1. A man forfeits the use of his money for a period of time during which it is unavailable for expenditure or investment for profit.
2. Since present goods are more valuable to men than future goods, men discount future goods.

Church Discipline Part 1

Church Discipline
I. Churches are held accountable before God for whom they retain in their membership. A church must decide whose companionship they prefer: a disorderly member’s or the Lord's.
JOS 7:11-13; REV 2:14-15.
II. When a church member stands in violation of N.T. commandments which require exclusion from the body, and such transgression is commonly reported, only then must a severance result, lest it
be “named among” the saints. 1CO 5:1-2; EPH 5:3.
A. commonly: After a fashion or in a way common to all; in common; generally, universally.

Responsibility to Others Part 3

Responsibility to Others
I. This study addresses our duties according to the second table of the Law (Ten Commandments).
A. There is general instruction for dealings with all men.
B. There is particular instruction for brethren in the church.
II. Introductory thoughts.
A. No man is an island.
B. Love of self must yield to love of others.
C. There is a positive manner of covering sin.
D. There is a negative manner of covering sin.
E. There is a need for positive encouragement of others.
F. There is a need for negative discouragement of others.
G. There is a need for forbearance.

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