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Saturday, October 31, 2009
Saturday, October 31, 2009
Sunday, October 18, 2009
In both his Gospel and 1 John, the apostle uses the phase "born of God," a phrase that apprears elsewhere in the New Testament but is most emphasized by John. What is the new birth? Scripture instrusts us that the new birth is entirely a work of God, necessary for salvation, and a definitive change. Next, the question arises as to how we know that the new birth has occurred?
Sunday, October 11, 2009
The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant is a parable Jesus told to illustrate the forgiveness that the disciple of Christ is to have towards others that have sinned against them. The parable not only commands forgiveness but reveals the true source and power of forgiveness, that being the mercy and grace shown to us in Jesus Christ.
Sunday, October 04, 2009
Previously, we saw how John reminds believers that at the return of Christ, they will be made like him. In this life, they should be pure as he is pure. However, beleivers must struggle with sin. John gives a powerful exhortation about believers not practicing sin, especially in light of Jesus' sinless character and redemptive mission.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
In our culture, the answer to this question is a resounding yes. However, upon closer inspection we find that the evidence indicates otherwise. In this message, we explore the core beliefs of the four largest world religions: Hinduism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam. Upon examining their beliefs, one discovers that they fundamentally contradict one another. Therefore, to say that all religions lead to God is illogical. Also, such a claim is arrogant to the unique claims of each religion.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
The return of Christ is the great hope of Christians as the culmination of redemptive history. Consequently, believers should live their lives in light of it. We are to abide in Christ so that we will be confident when he appears. Also, as wonderful as it is to be a child of God now, at Christ's return we will become like Christ.
Sunday, September 13, 2009
We learn of a third reason of encouragement that believers can overcome antichrists: the abiding, enlightening presence of the Holy Spirit. All believers under the New Covenant possess the indwelling Holy Spirit-what John calls "the anointing." Also, all belivers posses the knowledge of the Lord directly, unlike under the Old Covenant where people depended upon medicators like prophets and priest. The "anointing" helps lead us away form the deception of antichrists.
Sunday, September 06, 2009
Christians have always maintained a strong interest in the antichrist. In our passage, we have memtioned both the antichrist and antichrists. Who are these antichrists? Also, we learn how believers have overcome them. In the midst of this discussion,we came across one of scripture's most definitive texts about the relationship between perseverance and genuine faith.
Sunday, August 30, 2009
Passage: Isaiah 6:1-3
Of all the attributes of God, perhaps no other attribite depicts the essence of God like his holiness. This messge explores the biblical meaning of holiness and its great need for our lives and our churches. The examples of Moses(Numbers 20) and the early church (Acts 5) are powerful illustrations of God's holiness.
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