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Sunday, January 17, 2010
Life is an incrediable gift from God. It is indeed sacred and something to be valued and defended. Today, we explore 3 questions: When does life begin, looking at biblical and scientific evidence? Why is life sacred? And what are some characteristics we can display as Christians to stand for life?
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Though 2 John is the shortest book in the Bible, it helps us in our overall understanding of God and Christian living. 2 John was written by the apostle John to a specific congregation struggling with some of the same issues covered in 1 John: false teachers denying the apostolic testimony about Jesus and creating an atmosphere of disobedience and livelessness. We also discover important practical advice about hospitality and such false teachers.
Sunday, January 03, 2010
To begin, we explore the application of the second certainty - answered prayer - to believers struggling with "sin that does lead to death." Finally, we are encouraged by three more certainties in the Christian life: victory over sin and satan, adoption into God's family, and knowledge that Jesus Christ is the true God and eternal life Amen.
Sunday, December 27, 2009
As we come to the conclusion of 1 John,the apostle mentions 5 Christian certainties. These certainties touch upon and emphasize some of the important themes of the letter. In this message, we explore the first two certainties: the assurance of eternal life and answered prayer.
Sunday, December 13, 2009
Faith not only is mental awareness of something but also includes a commitment of our whole beings. Faith is trusting in something. Biblicial faith is trusting in Christ as our Lord, Savior and Redeemer. To begin, we learn that faith in Christ is the means by which we overcome the world. Also, God has given proof of our faith through his testimony. Finally,the great promise of our faith is eternal life, meaning that we know and experience God's personal presence in our lives both now and forever.
Sunday, December 06, 2009
We often just focus on the Nativity Story during the Christmas Season. However, the message behind the Christmas Story is so important in our daily lives. This week we hear how Joseph is our excellent example of following God's command no matter how difficult it may be with the promise of God's eternal presence.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
John continues his wonderful teaching about the significance of love in the Christian life. After reiterating the need for a biblical view of Jesus as the Son of God and Savior of the world, we learn how love casts out the fear of judgment. In other words as we love others as Christ loves us, we have nothing to fear on Judgment Day. Also, love reveals the authenticity of our relation to God.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Last week, we learned about working out our salvation. This week, we learn how Paul specifically applies this principle to the Philippian church as they struggled with unity: do not grumble! Scripture instructs us that grumbling is a big deal- it brings judgment from God and disunity in the the church. Also, grumbling greatly damages our witness to the world.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Perhaps no statement is more assuring than is found in 1 John 4:8-God is love. As our passage teaches, God is the source of love. Also, God displayed his love most vividly through the cross. Where Jesus died for our sins and the Father willingly sent him on our behalf. Finally, we are reminded that as God's love is perfected in us, we are the visible display of the invisible God.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
An important but often neglected task of the church is the need to protect its core doctrines from false teaching. No doctrine is more essential than Jesus Christ. During the past two millennia, numerous attempts have been made to alter the biblical view of Jesus. The church must be diligent to preserve the biblical witness because a proper view of Jesus is necessary for salvation. In our passage, we learn about recognizing and resisting false prophets.
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