Tag Archives: Disobedience

Scripture at Sunrise 2.19.2018

For just as you were at one time disobedient to God but now have received mercy because of their disobedience, so they too have now been disobedient in order that by the mercy shown to you they also may now receive mercy. For God has consigned all to disobedience, that He may have mercy on all.“-Romans 11:30-32
Of all the attributes of God, mercy is one of the crowning attributes. God uses even disobedience to display His mercy, whereby He gets all the more glory. Mercy requires sinfulness or shortcomings. We all stand in need of the mercy of God. If God were not merciful, none of us would be standing here today. –excerpt from Steve Wainright’s Sunday Morning Sermon
Sunday Morning 2/18 – Romans 11:30-32
Mercy Seen through Disobedience
Sunday Evening 2/18 – John 10:15-16
The Other Sheep
Wednesday Evening 2/14 – 2 Kings 14:23-29
The Brevity of Jeroboam II

Scripture at Sunset 5.8.2017

Sunday Morning | Two Masters. Two Ends. | Romans 6:17-23 | Pastor Steve Wainright
“But thanks be to God, that you who were once slaves of sin have become obedient from the heart to the standard of teaching to which you were committed, and, having been set free from sin, have become slaves of righteousness.” -Romans 6:17-18

A sign of a true believer is obedience from the heart. The Gospel is what God uses to change a heart marked by disobedience to obedience. -excerpt from Steve Wainright’s Morning Sermon
Wednesday Evening | How Does Ezekiel Apply to Us?Ezekiel 20-22
Sunday Morning | Two Masters. Two Ends. | Romans 6:17-23
Sunday Evening | A God of Order | John 6:10

Scripture at Sunrise 11.25.2013

Sunday Evening| Pastor Steve Wainright | 1 Samuel 14:47-15:11
The word of the Lord came to Samuel: “I regret that I have made Saul king, for he has turned back from following Me and has not performed My commandments.” And Samuel was angry, and he cried to the Lord all night. -1 Samuel 15:10-11

Partial obedience is still disobedience. Saul did not fulfill God’s Word.

Saul was instructed to completely and utterly destroy the Amalekites. He was looking good in verses 4-7, but then in verses 8-9, Saul kept King Agag and all that he saw that was best alive. He spared the best of evil, but even the best of evil is still evil.