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Join us for the first sermon of a two part series on grace. We examine the story of Esau and Jacob and what it teaches us about God’s scandalous grace.
All humans yearn for intimacy, for relationship — and that’s exactly what God offers us! Reflect with us as we consider that without him, we cannot love him.
CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Greg Albrecht: Healthy Faith or Toxic Religion?– pg. 1 Keith Giles: The Gospel: Information or Transformation?– pg. 6 Brad Jersak: Is Christ in All People or Only in Christians? – pg. 10 Peter Enns: The Bible's True Purpose – pg. 12 Brad Jersak: Three Visions of Salvation -pg. 14 CLICK on MAGAZINE COVER BELOW for Flipping Page Format
Greg’s sermon focuses on Jesus as our man in the middle, in the middle of our lives and trials, reconciling us to God.
Given enough time, human beings will eventually let you down. But God can always be relied upon. God always comes through.
Spiritual re-birth from God renders us child-like again. What can we learn about faith from the trusting, open attitude of a child?
At dinner in a Pharisee’s house, Jesus forgave a harlot. Her debt was great, yet she was forgiven. You will be forgiven too, if you accept Jesus Christ as your savior, but if you try to do it on your own as the Pharisee did, then your debt remains.
We can do nothing of eternal significance without the Holy Spirit working through us. The Holy Spirit eternally abides and lives in us — there is a permanence in that relationship.
Jesus promised his disciples the Holy Spirit. That same Holy Spirit is available to Christians today. Be encouraged in today’s sermon that the Holy Spirit is there for you.
Jesus tells us that apart from him we can do nothing, and the Apostle Paul tells us in Philippians that he can do all things through Christ who strengthened him. Listen to this encouraging sermon.