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A Liberated Woman


On Becoming An Adult Part 5

On Becoming an Independent, Responsible, Successful Adult
I. If God gives grace, there comes a time for all to transition from childhood to adulthood.
A. The adult puts away childish ways. 1CO 13:11.
B. This doesn’t happen overnight nor is it pegged to a birthday. An 18-year old may or may
not be ready for independence: it depends upon the level of maturity.
C. Youth needs to gradually develop mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually to
prepare for being an independent, responsible, successful adult.

On Becoming An Adult Part 4

On Becoming an Independent, Responsible, Successful Adult
I. If God gives grace, there comes a time for all to transition from childhood to adulthood.
A. The adult puts away childish ways. 1CO 13:11.
B. This doesn’t happen overnight nor is it pegged to a birthday. An 18-year old may or may
not be ready for independence: it depends upon the level of maturity.
C. Youth needs to gradually develop mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually to
prepare for being an independent, responsible, successful adult.

Philippians 2:1-2

Philippians 2:1-2
A. These verses highlight a basic difference between the character of Christian life in the church and the natural way of this world.
1. Christian life is not survival of the fittest, a desperate clamor of self-interests which weeds out the weak.
2. Christian life is not self-promotion by exploiting the weak or uninformed (as Scientology).
3. Christian life is not the Intellectual elite regulating the blind force (as Freemasonry).
4. Christian life is not a beehive, a compartmentalized super-efficient but ruthless society

Feminism Part 1

Feminism
I. For at least fifty years, there has been an increased emphasis on women’s rights and the terms women’s rights movement, feminist movement, women’s liberation, etc., have become part of our cultural jargon coincidental with an increased struggle between the sexes.
A. What is a Christian approach to feminism?
B. Does Scripture address the issue?
C. This study seeks to sort out the good and bad of the feminist movement.
II. Definitions.
A. feminism: Advocacy of the rights of women (based on the theory of equality of the sexes).
(O.E.D.)

Swept and Garnished

Swept and Garnished
(Luke 11:24-26)
A. These words were a rebuttal of the gainsayers who had just attributed Jesus' casting out of a devil to the power of Beelzebub, chief of devils (vs. 14-16) as if He were nothing more than a Jannes or Jambres (2TI 3:8).
1. MAT 12:24, 38 shows that the scribes and Pharisees were the particular offenders and
objects of Jesus' rebuttal.
2. Their sons were presuming to cast out devils also. v. 19 c/w ACT 19:13-17.
3. Beelzebub seems to be alive and active today in televangelistic healers.

On Becoming An Adult Part 3

On Becoming an Independent, Responsible, Successful Adult
I. If God gives grace, there comes a time for all to transition from childhood to adulthood.
A. The adult puts away childish ways. 1CO 13:11.
B. This doesn’t happen overnight nor is it pegged to a birthday. An 18-year old may or may
not be ready for independence: it depends upon the level of maturity.
C. Youth needs to gradually develop mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually to
prepare for being an independent, responsible, successful adult.

On Becoming An Adult Part 2

On Becoming an Independent, Responsible, Successful Adult
I. If God gives grace, there comes a time for all to transition from childhood to adulthood.
A. The adult puts away childish ways. 1CO 13:11.
B. This doesn’t happen overnight nor is it pegged to a birthday. An 18-year old may or may
not be ready for independence: it depends upon the level of maturity.
C. Youth needs to gradually develop mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually to
prepare for being an independent, responsible, successful adult.

Psalm 28

Psalm 28
A. This psalm sees David transition from distress to praise, from militant saint to triumphant saint.
B. He speaks to God, pleads for God to reply in kind, and trusts that since God has claimed him as
His own peculiar treasure that He will answer with salvation. c/w PSA 119:94.
C. No appeal is here made on the basis of David's goodness but only God's. It is a bold approach to
the throne of grace for mercy and grace to help in time of need. HEB 4:16.
D. This is an effectual, fervent prayer of a righteous man that availed much. JAM 5:16.
vs. 1-2.

Extending Forgiveness


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