Through the gospel we can face suffering knowing we do not face it alone.
The gospel keeps us on mission in the midst of changed plans and opposition
As citizens of heaven we have more in common with the Christian who doesn’t align with us politically than non-Christians who do align with us politically.
God’s word proclaimed is sufficient to bring about change both personally and and socially.
The gospel allows us to humbly teach and receive instruction for the building up of the church.
As followers of Jesus, we are able to face our fears because of Gods promises.
The liberating power of the gospel on display.
The gospel leads us to sacrifice our rights for the sake of unity within the church.
Perseverance in the face of opposition comes from fixing our eyes on the gospel.
The local church is a local embodiment of the family of God.