The good news of Jesus calls us to trust in him, but can God be trusted? In this message we see how God’s promises never change and answers why God gave a law through Moses after making his covenant with Abraham. Outline God keeps his promises (3:15-18) Why the Law? (3:19-25) All one in Christ (3:26-29) Trusting in God’s Promises
Christians throughout history and around the world celebrate the Lord’s Supper. Where does this come from? In this message, we go back to the days leading up to Jesus’ crucifixion and see two meals that explain the cross and resurrection. Outline Preparing the Body (vv1-11) Body and Blood (vv12-25) Receiving Christ
Do you want to build something which lasts? David desires to build a house for God and secure his peace and blessing, but God reminds him that he is the one who builds things that last. God promises David’s son will build his house and God himself will make a kingdom that will last forever. Outline David has plans (vv1-2) But so does God (v4) … because God hasn’t asked (vv5-7, 1 Kings 5:3) … because God will build (vv8-17) David’s humble praise (vv18-29) Where is this forever king? Read more
Law Grace Law, Grace, and Covenant Saving Faith
The Eternal Covenant Hebrews 13:20-21 Hebrews 8:6-13 John 6:37 What is a Covenant? Covenant Representatives Romans 5:12-21 What is Sanctification? The cure for lawlessness (2 Corinthians 5:17) Sanctification (Philippians 2:12-13; Romans 13:8-10; Romans 5:5) Summary Holiness or Sanctification makes what God did in Justification real in the heart of the believer.