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Mar 8, 2023
Week 11: Who Is The King?
  • Mar 8, 2023Week 11: Who Is The King?
    Mar 8, 2023
    Week 11: Who Is The King?
  • Mar 5, 2023Consider Yourself Dead To Sin
    Mar 5, 2023
    Consider Yourself Dead To Sin
    For believers, our union with Christ has set us free from the reign of sin. The old self has been crucified, the power of sin has been broken, and we walk in the newness of life. Believers should consider themselves dead to sin.
    Scripture: Numbers 14:1-4, 11-12; Romans 6:1-14
    Sunday, March 5th, 2023
  • Feb 28, 2023Attributes of God Study: Week 7
    Feb 28, 2023
    Attributes of God Study: Week 7
  • Feb 26, 2023What Shall We Say?
    Feb 26, 2023
    What Shall We Say?
    Every person is either under the reign of sin or under the reign of grace.  Under the reign of sin, a person is enslaved to sin, and they still serve it.  However, under the reign of grace, a person is dead to sin, alive in Christ, and free to love and serve the Lord Jesus Christ. 
    Scripture: Jeremiah 17:5-10, Romans 6:1-2
  • Feb 21, 2023Attributes of God Study: Week 6
    Feb 21, 2023
    Attributes of God Study: Week 6
  • Feb 19, 2023The View of Proper Repentance
    Feb 19, 2023
    The View of Proper Repentance
    Series: (All)
    Genuine repentance is the contrite sinner's way to restoration by God. Psalm 51 gives the penitent sinner a correct view on approaching God for merciful pardon.
  • Feb 19, 2023Wrong Responses To Grace
    Feb 19, 2023
    Wrong Responses To Grace
    One of the most dangerously sinful responses to free grace is legalism. Legalism focuses on performance and appearance, emphasizing external conformity over true heart change and the actual fruit of repentance and obedience. Scripture: Hosea 14:1-7, Romans 5:20-6:2 Sunday, February 19th, 2023
  • Feb 12, 2023In Christ
    Feb 12, 2023
    In Christ
    People are either guilty in Adam or righteous in Christ. Because Jesus perfectly obeyed the law, salvation through Him is a free gift that provides us justification and the guarantee of eternal, glorified life. Scripture: Isaiah 1:18-20, Romans 5:12-21
  • Feb 7, 2023Attributes of God Study: Week 5
    Feb 7, 2023
    Attributes of God Study: Week 5
  • Feb 5, 2023In Adam
    Feb 5, 2023
    In Adam
    Sin entered the world through one man, Adam. Death, through sin, entered and spread to all men because of Adam's transgression. All humankind falls short of God's glory and stands sinfully guilty before Him.