Words of Life|Pastor Balan Swaminathan|HIPM
Walking Through the Epistles | 7. Law and Faith Contrasted

Walking Through the Epistles | 7. Law and Faith Contrasted

February 28, 2020

Galatians 3:15-29 Here are the concluding thoughts of the sermon.
1. The promise God gave to Abraham 430 years before the law was given, was received by faith and fulfilled in Christ.
2. Law was given to mirror man's iniquity, to protect the coming of the seed and to lead one to Christ as a tutor. Read the rest of this entry »

Walking Through the Epistles | 6. Bewitched And Befooled

Walking Through the Epistles | 6. Bewitched And Befooled

February 19, 2020

Galatians 3:1-14 Here are the concluding thoughts we shared towards the end of the sermon.
• Today if we are not careful, we will be easily bewitched and befooled by the traditions, philosophies, false teachings and changing trends.
• As the law cannot produce righteousness, cannot save sinners, all the legalistic rituals and traditions we follow make no difference in us. They are capable of neither saving us nor taking us to heaven. Read the rest of this entry »

Walking Through the Epistles | 5. Peter’s Hypocrisy & Paul’s Rebuke

Walking Through the Epistles | 5. Peter’s Hypocrisy & Paul’s Rebuke

February 13, 2020

Galatians 2:6-21. Here are the concluding thoughts.
• We may differ in our responsibilities, our abilities & skills may be different, the call of God may be different in our lives. But one is not greater than the other. We are all equal in Christ.
• We must be willing to accept and include all kind of people. What God has already cleansed, we must not call unclean.
• Be courageous like Paul to make corrections and be submissive as Peter to accept corrections. Read the rest of this entry »

Walking Through the Epistles | 4. Jerusalem Approved Paul’s Gospel

Walking Through the Epistles | 4. Jerusalem Approved Paul’s Gospel

February 6, 2020

Galatians 1:18-24, 2:1-5. Here are the key thoughts of this sermon.
1. Christian friendship is important, even though we are two different contrasting personalities, when we come together in Jesus name, we must forget the differences as we are one in Christ
2. Christian fellowship is important. That’s where we learn to trust each other and grow together in Christ Read the rest of this entry »