Serving God and Gaining Nothing

1 Chronicles 28:8-10, is a transition period where King David hands things over to his son, Solomon, and in his last words he tells Solomon to seek the Lord and keep the commandments of God. He tells Solomon three things, know your God, know what He thinks, and know what He believes in so you can understand Him. David instructs Solomon to serve God with a perfect heart in accordance to His Word, His standards, and His knowledge. David urges Israel to know, pursue, and understand God and to have zeal toward God. Recently, through my own prayer, the Lord has shown me that a lot of us have zeal for God but it is not based on knowledge of Him.
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The Doctrine of AntiChrist in the Church: Part 2

The Doctrine of AntiChrist in the Church: Part 1

The Need for Salvation

I opened in, Romans 1:15-18, with Paul saying that the Gospel is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes. To understand salvation we must know what we are saved from. So, we first need a fundamental understanding of two key words: righteousness and unrighteousness. The righteousness of God means that we are in right standing with God and it is salvation that brings us in right standing with Him. In other words, in the eyes of God we now belong to Him, but when we see the word unrighteous it means that somebody is separated from God and they are in Spiritual death. Paul is saying that he is not ashamed of the Gospel because it is the power to give you salvation and to save you from where you are headed. I want you to see here that Paul is talking about the wrath of God and that the anger of God is on unrighteous men. But, the power of God is revealed in salvation and this is when we become righteous.
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