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Soli Deo Gloria: Glory to God Alone

Sun, Mar 20, 2016
Duration:53 mins
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So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. (1 Corinthians 10:31 ESV) We have some weird phrases as Christians. These phrases make sense to us - sorta. If we don’t understand them, we still all nod like we all get it. One that I always wonder about is when people talk or ask me about my "call to the ministry." You almost get the feeling as if being a pastor is so different, so set-apart, so sacred, that in order to get into this special club, you need a divine invitation. You need to hear God audibly tell you or have a message written in the sky for you. I wonder sometimes if we talk this way because we don’t really understand the final Sola, Soli Deo Gloria or Glory to God Alone. In this series, we have been examining these five Latin phrases that formed the core of the Protestant Reformation nearly 500 years ago. The last of these phrases directs us to praise and boast in the one that has initiated, accomplished, and completed our salvation - God Alone. This week we will dig into this idea. I’d encourage you to read through the close of Romans 11 (specifically verses 33-35) to see Paul expand this idea. I also want to encourage you to be giving out invitations to family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors for the upcoming Easter weekend. This is a great opportunity to invite someone to come with you to explore the life, death, and resurrection of Christ and its significance in our lives. It’s gonna be a great weekend.
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