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Did you know that every believer, as an adopted son of God, has one but two great intercessors in prayer to our Heavenly Father? That great privilege is our focus today, as we continue our study of the great doctrine of our adoption as sons.
The Bible tells us that if you are a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, God the Father has given you adoption as His son for eternity. Dear friend, are you living life in this present world in the light of that great truth? Today, too few Christians understand the great privileges we have as the adopted sons of God. Those great privileges will be our focus today, as we continue our study of the marvelous doctrine of God's adoption of every believer in Christ as His son.
Did you know that if you are trusting in the Lord Jesus Christ for your salvation, that God has given you the gift of adoption as a son? This is a precious teaching in the Word of God, but today it is very little taught in our churches, and very little understood by the people of God. I hope you'll join us today as we explore this great gift of God, the gift of adoption, which is the sure possession of every believer in Christ.
How does God command the loyalty of Christians? Does He command loyalty in the way that dictators of this world command loyalty from their subjects? No, God commands our loyalty by loving us with an everlasting love, through the Lord Jesus Christ. One of the greatest ways in which God has shown that love to us is by adopting each believer in Christ as a son of God.

The Biblical language is very specific: All believers, men and women, boys and girls, are adopted as sons of God. Why is that important for us to understand? What great privileges are ours because this is true? Stay tuned for the answers, as we continue our study in Colossians chapter three and other passages in Paul's epistles to the churches.
Our place of citizenship as believers, and the constitution of our government, is in Heaven and not on this earth.
The song of the angels in Luke chapter two is one of the most misunderstood passages in the entire Bible. In our English Bibles it reads, "Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, goodwill toward men."

Today, many even in the church have turned these words into a message of peace on man's terms. But what is the true meaning of these words? Stay tuned for the answer, as we conclude our two-part message on the announcement of the incarnation of Christ.
The account of the incarnation of our Lord Jesus Christ in Luke chapter two is one of the great turning points in all of history.

Did you know that when God the Son, the Second Person of the Trinity, came into this world and was born in Bethlehem, that an army of angels came with Him?

Who were these angels? Why was their coming with Jesus so important? What did it mean? Stay tuned for the answers, from the pages of Scripture, as we begin today in Luke chapter two.
So often, Christians fall into the trap of focusing on the things of this earth, and thinking and living as though this life is all there is.
Colossians 2:7 tells us that one of the best safeguards against doctrinal deviancy in the church involves something we may not think of in this connection: Thanksgiving for Christ and His Word.
We live in a time when much of the Evangelical church seems to be concerned, above all, about the opinions of the unsaved.

How does this compare with the early history of the church as we find it in the book of Acts? Was the thinking and living of the early church earth-bound, or was it Heaven-bound? What challenges did God place before the early church to guide it and to test it? Is the church passing the test today?

Stay tuned for the answers, as we continue our study of these crucial questions.
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