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# Ghosted Ep 4 | The Holy Spirit Creates Family | Ps. Jim Jackson Welcome to Orchard Church, where we Engage with love, Equip with truth and Empower with faith. Pastor Jim is in his # Ghosted teaching series where we learn together exactly who is the Holy Spirit and what he does.저자 Orchard Church | Pastor Jim Jackson
 
# Ghosted Ep 3 | The Holy Spirit Convicts | Ps. Jim Jackson Welcome to Orchard Church, where we Engage with love, Equip with truth and Empower with faith. Pastor Jim is in his # Ghosted teaching series where we learn together exactly who is the Holy Spirit and what he does.저자 Orchard Church | Pastor Jim Jackson
 
Welcome to Orchard Church, where we Engage with love, Equip with truth and Empower with faith. Pastor Jim is in his # Ghosted teaching series. # Ghosted - The Holy Spirit Gives Wisdom | Pastor Jim Jackson 1 Corinthians 2:6-13 If you want to connect with us, please reach out at www.orchardchurch.life Listen to past services - https://open.spotify.co…
 
Pastor Jim Jackson, 3/20/22 We Endure, Pt. 21—The Behavior Of A Soldier 2 Timothy 2:1-7 A Soldier is strengthened by GRACE Timothy had become discouraged and depressed as the pastor at Ephesus. Though Timothy was in his late 30’s, as his spiritual father, Paul viewed him as his child (Gr. teknon, ‘offspring, young son’) in the faith. In this role, …
 
Fighting the Good Fight | We Endure pt 16 | 02/13/2022 - Live Service | Orchard Church | Pastor Jim Jackson Fighting The Good Fight 1 Timothy 6:11-16 1) Fight the good fight by FLEEING the present 2) Fight the good fight by PURSUING the future 3) Fight the good fight by ENDURING to the end저자 Orchard Church | Pastor Jim Jackson
 
Pastor Jim Jackson, 2/6/22 We Endure, Pt. 15—Learning The Secrets of Contentment 1 Timothy 6:3-10 Some teachers TWIST scripture to support their ideas After telling Timothy about the kind of elders/teachers who should be honored, Paul describes those who should be rejected (1 Tim. 5:17-19). During the first century, many teachers and preachers woul…
 
Slavery was the BACKBONE of Roman society From 100 BC to 117 AD, the Roman Empire expanded so far it controlled nearly 20% of the earth’s population. As it expanded, the army sold captured soldiers and their families to slave traders waiting behind battle lines to deliver them to Rome. In one campaign against the Gauls (59-51 BC; modern France/Belg…
 
FINANCIALLY honor the honorable elder Elders have the difficult task of overseeing the eternal aspects of believers’ lives of which they’ll give account to God. To complete their calling, they must have unique gifting and high character standards for their public and private life, unlike any other profession. The level of integrity for their action…
 
We Endure, Pt. 12—Qualifications for Care 1 Timothy 5:9-16 Christians HELP the helpless for God Once Paul instructed Timothy that elderly parents should be cared for by their own family, he describes the type of people the church should care for (1 Tim. 5:1-8). Timothy is to enroll (Gr. katalegō, ‘set down on a list’) widows that meet a certain cri…
 
After reinforcing that Timothy’s gift of teaching God’s word was vital to the life of the church, Paul describes how the Gospel affects relationships by age and gender (1 Tim. 4:11-16). While Timothy was younger than some in the church and had the authority to correct older men, he was to do so with an attitude of respect and care. Correction serve…
 
Joseph, the son of Jacob, was the youngest of 12 boys. Because his father had him at such an old age, he grew up as his father’s favorite. Jacob, also known as Israel, made Joseph a robe or coat of many colors. When Jacob demonstrated his love for Joseph, his brothers became very jealous. Eventually, the brothers sold him into slavery for 20 shekel…
 
After Jesus’ birth in the lower room in a house, Joseph and Mary probably stayed at a relative’s house in Bethlehem before going back to Nazareth. When Jesus was around a year old, men called magi (Gr. magoi, ‘magician’) who specialized in studying wisdom literature, astronomy, and the magic arts, travelled from Persia, east of Israel (modern Iran/…
 
In the Old Testament law, God required every firstborn male—which was considered the ‘strength’ of the herd or family—to be presented to Him (Ex. 13:2). As the firstborn son was set apart for God, the parents had to redeem or ‘buy back’ their son from service to the Lord with 5 shekels of silver (Num. 3:12; 18:14-16). God set a precedent that the f…
 
Shepherds down through the ages have been primarily lower class and often poor and uneducated. In a family, shepherding was usually done by the youngest son or hired out by owners that could afford it. Bethlehem was a rural town five miles from Jerusalem with open fields for grazing sheep. Though shepherds graze sheep any time of year, because of w…
 
When Joseph met Mary, he was probably in his late teens to early twenties, living in his father’s house in Nazareth. For Joseph, becoming a responsible man able to support a wife meant learning a trade or occupation—probably from his father, Jacob. God has tied masculine responsibility to occupational reality. While it isn’t known how well they got…
 
Mary grew up in a rural area of northern Israel in Nazareth and came from a family with no great social influence. Like most young women of her time, she would have been happy to marry a man she loved, start a family, and please God by being the wife and mother she was called to be. While not special by cultural standards, Mary knew she was special…
 
Timothy was told that Paul’s scriptural instruction wasn’t optional to tell the church nor optional for the church to obey. He was to command (Gr. paraggellō, ‘to transmit an order or charge’) and teach (Gr. didaskō, ‘to impart instruction’) God’s word without reservation. Pastors are servants of God and are required to tell His truth regardless of…
 
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