We met last night to study Clement's First Epistle to the Corinthians - and discovered a passion for Christ as "the Sceptre of the Majesty of God", a conviction in justification by faith alone as well as for good works, and a reflection on how the holiness of God should change how we relate to one another.
Some great stuff in Clement's letter - find notes for last night's session below:
NOTE: this was our last session for the summer. I hope you all have a great July & August and come back rested in September. We'll hit the ground running!
We had a great time tonight, looking again at our belief "In One God, the Father, the Almighty".
Specifically, we examined the Goodness of God (his personality - love, kindness, wrath etc), the Government of God (his sovereignty & authority over all things), and the Greatness of God (his own attributes that don't belong to us - e.g. all-powerful, all-knowing etc.).
Find notes for the session below. Also find a video of the wonderful song we played twice during our meeting - Tommy Walker's rearrangement of "Immortal, Invisible".
Second year TTS students - click here for the S3 notes!
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