New Testament Chronology

New Testament Chronology

"New Testament Chronology with Gary Fox" is the flagship podcast of Christ Is King Ministries and is a verse by verse exposition of the text of the New Testament. Unlike many other excellent expository teaching ministries, this series expounds the New Testament in the order in which the books were written. So, we begin our study in the Epistle of James!... Show More

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Christians ought never be overly confrontational, otherwise we’re just acting like jerks. However, there are certainly times when confrontation is not only optional…it’s required! When the message and impact of the Gospel is at stake, confrontation is necessary.

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Peace and harmony with the culture and within the Church is certainly something we should hope for but we must be unwilling to sacrifice the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ in order to attain it. The message of the Gospel glorifies God and saves sinners, no other motivation can trump either of those.

 

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There are FIVE Sunday's in the month of September, and whenever we have a month with five Sunday's we like to produce a special bonus edition for the podcast! This month Gary Fox interviews Pastor Michael Meadows, the church planting missionary pastor of New Hill Church in Medina, OH. They talk about the mission in Medina along with the need for church planting to ... Read more

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Every Christian has a personal testimony of how Christ came into their lives and personally saved them. We all have a story. However, we must be careful not to overemphasize our personal experience over our confession of faith in the Gospel. It is equally important to understand what the Gospel message is and what it is not. People need to know more than our personal experience; they need to hear the message of the Gospel which ... Read more

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Christianity is not a man-made religion; it hinges upon direct revelation of God. The Lord wanted to reveal Himself to sinful humanity and was able to do so. We have the revelation, all of it, in the 66 books of the Bible. The Apostle makes no uncertain claims, the message he delivered came directly from Jesus.

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Christians who seek to minister are going to be motivated by one of two things. They will either seek the approval of man or they will seek the approval of God. They cannot and will not do both. Those who seek to please God will be hated by the world, those who seek to please man will compromise and sell out the Gospel.

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We live at a moment in time where not only is the Gospel not always clearly articulated or understood, it is now relegated to a secondary matter. It is truly an unprecedented thing to have churches treat the message of the Gospel as if it is a secondary issue and one not worth fighting over. The Apostle Paul certainly didn’t hold that view, he lambasts anyone who distorts the message of Jesus and declares such a person as accurs... Read more

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The Apostle Paul planted churches all around the Galatia region and wanted (and needed) to write to them to encourage them to remain in the faith. He was inspired to write to them to confront the false teaching of a group known as the Judaizers who working to undermine the Gospel message by insisting these new converts also take on most elements of OT Judaism. This pressure to conform to legalistic, extra-Biblical religious standar... Read more

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It is great to have a church with a wide opened door at the front, all should be welcome to come! In most of our churches, most of our efforts are focused on drawing people into that front door. That might be a great thing if the fact that we also tend to have a massive back door that is not only opened but has had its doors blown off the hinges wasn’t sadly so real. What are we doing about that back door? What happens when church ... Read more

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Do you believe in the power of prayer? Most Christians are quick to say, “absolutely!” …but do you really? It seems like we are all so prone to turn to the world whenever we face trials and the celebrate with the world when things go well, and when we do that it should cause us to question ourselves about what we truly believe about prayer. “There Is A King” by Zach Loomis, Used With Permission, All Rights Reserved

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For the Gospel to be effectively proclaimed, Christians must be taken seriously. When we speak people should believe and trust in our sincerity and have confidence that we know what we are talking about. This goes not only for the formal declaration of Gospel truths, but this should be true when we speak to people on any topic. We must be sincere and credible any time we speak and if not then our witness is shot long before we even... Read more

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If you asked most evangelical pastors today about "end times Bible prophecy" you'd probably get the impression that such things are not all that important and certainly not worth spending much time looking into. Of course, that is not at all the Biblical vision of the Last Things, after all, God put all that stuff in there for a reason! Obviously, HE doesn't think it's no big deal! And the Apostle James directly ties our hope in an... Read more

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The Bible nowhere condemns wealth, but it strongly condemns oppression of the poor by fraud. The Apostle James sounds much like an OT prophet as he rails against the abuse of wealthy, non-Christian land owners who he warned of impending doom. www.ChristIsKingMinistries.com/donate "There Is a King" by Zach Loomis, Used With Permission, All Rights Reserved

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How quick are we to make plans without leaving any consideration for what the Lord would have us to do? How quick are we to accept the glory for good work being done, for profits that are being made or growth that our department or company is experiencing? The Apostle James says living life like that, living as if God is not directly involved in our lives, is a type arrogant boasting. “There Is A King” by Zach Loomis, Used With Per... Read more

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How quick are we to make plans without leaving any consideration for what the Lord would have us to do? How quick are we to accept the glory for good work being done, for profits that are being made or growth that our department or company is experiencing? The Apostle James says living life like that, living as if God is not directly involved in our lives, is a type arrogant boasting. “There Is A King” by Zach Loomis, Used With Per... Read more

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One does not need to read the Bible long before they come to understand that God forbids people to judge one another, but have you ever wondered why it’s such a big deal? Often times we chalk up a command like that as one of those “be nice to people” types of things without realizing the serious nature of the sin itself. “There Is A King” by Zach Loomis, Used With Permission, All Rights Reserved

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Whenever there are 5 Sundays in a month we like to take a break from our regular study and introduce bonus content that we pray will be encouraging to you! For this 5th Sunday Bonus we go all the way back to July 8th, 2007 when Gary Fox preached at his first church plant, Southside Christian Fellowship (just outside of Akron, OH). The Bible is clear, the supernatural realm is real. It is impossible to read God's Word and come away... Read more

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Fidelity to God is not something He takes lightly whatsoever, and neither should we. The devotion which we ought to display towards God is to be nothing short of radical, hard core and all pervasive. So extreme should our fidelity be to the Lord that it would seem to the world that we have lost our minds. We cannot both love the ways of the world and love the ways of God, and there is no middle ground between those two things. This... Read more

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The sin of adultery is so heinous because it mars the purpose God has for marriage. God intends marriage to represent to the world the type of relationship He has with His people. Stepping outside of marriage to find fulfillment is the same thing as saying, "God didn't provide for all of my needs..." The Apostle James equates loyalty and fidelity to the world with infidelity towards God. He says those who are loyal to the world are... Read more

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The Apostle James gets to the heart of every conflict, the desire to please the self. Often times it takes two selfish people, church members or nations to spark conflict, but not always. When we find ourselves in conflict, as Christians, we must examine our hearts and ask the Lord to show us if we are being motivated by His Kingdom...or ours. "There Is A King" by Zach Loomis, Used With Permission, All Rights Reserved

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