Sermons for Those Who Have Become Our Coworkers

  • ISBN8983148837
  • Pages388

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Rev. Paul C. Jong

1. The Lord Who Turned the Darkness into Light (Genesis 1:1-5) 
2. God Builds His Church through His Servants (Genesis 2:1-3) 
3. God Has Already Blessed Us the Believers As He Had Blessed Abraham (Genesis 12:1-5) 
4. Obedience Is Better Than Sacrifice (Genesis 12:1-4) 
5. God Has Given Us the Same Blessings as Abraham (Genesis 12:1-4) 
6. Get Out of Your Country from Your Family and from Your Father’s House (Genesis 12:1-4) 
7. God and Abraham (Genesis 12:1-4) 
8. Have the Faith That Hopes for the Kingdom of Heaven (Genesis 12:1) 
9. The Laborers of God (Genesis 7:1-24) 
10. We Must Be Able to Discern the Work of the Spirit from That of the Flesh (Genesis 7:1-24) 
11. Cast Aside Your Carnal Thoughts That Are Like a Mist (Genesis 2:4-17) 
12. Circumcision as God’s Covenant (Genesis 17:1-15) 
13. Do Not Look Back as Lot’s Wife Did (Genesis 19:23-29) 
14. The People of True Faith Are Different from the Rest (Genesis 21:8-12) 
15. God Blesses Those Who Obey and Believe in The Word of God (Genesis 22:1-18) 
16. God Desires to Accomplish His Will through the People of Faith Who Trust in the Servants of God (Genesis 24:1-20) 
17. Go to My Family and Take a Wife for My Son (Genesis 24:1-4) 
This book is a collection of sermons that have been written to direct our fellow coworkers and saints and to show them how to lead a life as a true servant of God. For this reason, this book is titled "Sermons for Those Who Have Become Our Coworkers." The author earnestly desires to share fellowship with coworkers within the faith, those who believe wholeheartedly in the righteousness of Christ, excluding personal interests. He does really desire this because he has met them by faith in the Lord`s righteousness and they are also preaching it now.
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    Eric Aboadwe, Ghana

    The sermons in this book is very ideal for co-workers indeed. This book is really a guideline to our faith after receiving the remission of sins.
    It tells us that, all too often we tend to measure God`s love by our changing circumstances. We try to measure God`s love by our material successes and failures, so when things don`t go our way, we feel neglected by God. However when we look at God through our spiritual eyes, we can see that He loves us unchangingly. God loves us with all His heart, and He has blessed us abundantly. His blessings are not just future promises, but He has bless us already.
    Using Abraham as an example, God told him to leave his country, his family, and his father`s house. And even though the way to the land of Canaan was extremely difficult for Abraham, he still had God`s guidance and help whenever he struggled. And ultimately, Abraham became a blessing just as God had promised, and the nation of Israel was born from him.
    God has also given us this very same promise. He has called us to lead us to a blessed way and to turn us into the fountain of blessings so that everyone would be blessed to make a g r eat nation our of us. It is for this purpose that God has told us to leave behind all our comfort of our flesh. Abraham followed the Word of the Lord God because he believed in His blessed promise. Like this, faith begins with the concrete Word of God. That`s why we follow this Word. And because the Word of God guarantees us clearly that He has already blessed us wholeheartedly, we can follow God and begin to live our faith unwaveringly. Every life of faith begins based on this measured Word of God and grounded in His love.
    The author Paul C. Jong makes it clear that God loved us so much that He bore all our sins through His baptism and remitted them all away by being crucified to death. And we can never forget this love. But because we still have many shortcomings, we still stumble, make mistakes, and sometimes even disown God as the Apostle Peter once did. However, God blessed us even as He knew all about such weaknesses. We could reach our salvation precisely because God loved us unconditionally rather that being contingent upon our acts.
    The book admonish us not to rely on our transient acts to be blessed. Rather, it`s because God loves us and ha already blessed us that we can and must live a godly life. We must serve the Lord and live a godly life in this world not because God will bless us only when we do this, but because He has already blessed us wholeheartedly. All of us therefore aught to abide in the Lord`s love by faith and praise Him in our lives. The exact starting point of our faith begins from the knowledge that God has blessed wholeheartedly and loves us with all His heart. We must abide in this love by faith and praise God because He has blessed each and every saint in His Church across the whole wide world.
    The author also explains that faith must not be conditional. If your faith is conditional, you must cast away any and all such beliefs. We must have unconditional faith in God and live complete obedience to the Lord. The book tells us that, the very first thing that we must learn in our lives of faith is obeying God by faith. If you have not become a man of faith yet, your must learn to obey God first. If you accumulate nothing but Biblical knowledge, you are bound to become arrogant and boastful. In contrast, once you learn to obey God by faith, it`s only a matter of course for you no only to reach spiritual faith, but also receive spiritual blessings. Whatever the Church says, we must obey regardless of whether we find it likable or not. Obeying God only when we find it fitting and convenient to our own thoughts and disobeying when we don`t is not really what obedience is about.
    There is nothing stable in this age and time. So worries and anxieties can make their way into our hearts without even realizing it. However, if we follow the Word of the Lord God, then He will take care of us and protect us completely both now and in the future. Everything is up to God. Those who follow the Word of the Lord God are vibrant and green throughout the seasons like a tree planted by a river. They are always ready to bear fruit, and they always bear fruit according to the season.


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