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Dec 13, 2023
Attributes of God Study: Week 9
  • Dec 13, 2023Attributes of God Study: Week 9
    Dec 13, 2023
    Attributes of God Study: Week 9
  • Dec 10, 2023Your Obligation
    Dec 10, 2023
    Your Obligation
  • Dec 6, 2023Attributes of God Study: Week 8
    Dec 6, 2023
    Attributes of God Study: Week 8
  • Dec 3, 2023Distinct Because There’s A Difference
    Dec 3, 2023
    Distinct Because There’s A Difference
    There are distinct characteristics of Christians that are the natural outworking of the Christian life.  While we still battle indwelling sin, live in a fallen world, and are constantly tempted by Satan, Christ gives us the foundations for living that give us the ability to live in a way that honors him.  No one or nothing is more central to a Christian than Jesus Christ and obeying, pleasing, and serving him as a living sacrifice.  We are not to be conformed to this world or the things in it and should not count on these things to bring us our purpose, joy, or meaning.  Be transformed by the renewing of your mind and view everything through the lens and objective truth of the Bible. 
    Scripture: Isaiah 55:8-13, Romans 12:1-8
  • Nov 30, 2023Week 9: Bible Translations
    Nov 30, 2023
    Week 9: Bible Translations
  • Nov 27, 2023Legalism vs Holiness
    Nov 27, 2023
    Legalism vs Holiness
    Series: (All)
    Just as in Colossae, those who tend toward legalism are characterized by focusing on works, adding to the law being concerned with external appearances, and imposing those same things on others.  It often leads to despair and frustration and is not a result of what Christ has done in us but trying to add to what he’s already done.  The other temptation is to minimize the law and obedience to it, which also must be avoided. We ought to be concerned with holiness, which is always concerned with how God sees us rather than others and is a matter of the heart.  It’s about applying the law of God to all of life, where there are no loopholes or corners to be cut.  Though it doesn’t preclude a strong confrontation of sin since we are to be concerned with the holiness of God, it’s ready to give others the benefit of the doubt and is quick to forgive repentant hearts as Christ forgave us.
    Scripture: Psalm 119:97-104, Colossians 2:16-3:17
  • Nov 19, 2023A Time For Confidence
    Nov 19, 2023
    A Time For Confidence
    Series: (All)
  • Nov 19, 2023The Savior of All
    Nov 19, 2023
    The Savior of All
    Although most civilizations throughout history are extinct, the Jews have been held together throughout, and God is not done with them as a people.  As unfaithful as the Jews were in their rejection of the Messiah, his covenant promise remains that all of those whom he calls will be saved. Nobody is beyond his reach, and his promises and plan will not fail.  Just as the Gentiles were very far away 2000 years ago, the Gospel turned the world upside down, and the same will be true for the Jews in that a great multitude of them will be saved at the appointed time. 
    Scripture: Deuteronomy 7:1-11, Romans 11:25-26
  • Nov 16, 2023Week 8: The Divine Qualities of the New Testament Canon
    Nov 16, 2023
    Week 8: The Divine Qualities of the New Testament Canon
  • Nov 12, 2023Grafted In
    Nov 12, 2023
    Grafted In
    This text shows Paul's concern for the unbelieving Jews he was ministering to.  Although physical Israel rejected Christ, it will and has led to the salvation of the people of many nations.  It has been beneficial to us as Christians because the Gospel has gone out to the nations as a part of God's plan and is used as righteous jealousy to wake up the Jews to Jesus being the Messiah.  Paul wants people to see what they have that they took for granted, such as being a part of the covenant community. 
    While they will not be fully restored, God is not done with Israel in the sense that many will be saved through Jesus Christ.  As we see today and throughout history, Jews have been disproportionately despised, and as Christians, we are not to be arrogant toward them.  While they are not to be considered de facto Christians and need the Savior, we have much common ground in the 39 books of the Old Testament, and we need to make them jealous for Christ by living faithfully and showing them the Messiah with love, patience, and humility. 
    Scripture: Psalm 22, Romans 11:11-24