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Jun 4, 2023
One Assurance, Three Privileges
Christians can be sure of their salvation as the Holy Spirit testifies, and He assures us even when we doubt.  We have earned the privilege to be heirs with Christ by having a relationship with God and all that comes with it, to suffer well with Him for Christ's sake, and to share in the glory that is to come, where we can be unashamed in His presence.  
 
Scripture: Psalm 119-73-80, Romans 8:12-17
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  • Jun 4, 2023One Assurance, Three Privileges
    Jun 4, 2023
    One Assurance, Three Privileges
    Christians can be sure of their salvation as the Holy Spirit testifies, and He assures us even when we doubt.  We have earned the privilege to be heirs with Christ by having a relationship with God and all that comes with it, to suffer well with Him for Christ's sake, and to share in the glory that is to come, where we can be unashamed in His presence.  
     
    Scripture: Psalm 119-73-80, Romans 8:12-17
  • May 31, 2023Week 20: The Kingdom of God
    May 31, 2023
    Week 20: The Kingdom of God
  • May 28, 2023The Spirit of Adoption
    May 28, 2023
    The Spirit of Adoption
    Christians have been adopted into the family of God and have access to all the rights and privileges that come with it.  In light of this truth, we need to cultivate our "family" of brothers and sisters in Christ by caring for one another as we would for a biological family and forge deeper familial relationships as we stand together to face the issues of our day.  
    Scripture: 2 Samuel 9:1-8, Romans 8:12-15
  • May 21, 2023Comparing and Complaining
    May 21, 2023
    Comparing and Complaining
    Series: (All)
    Scripture: Psalm 73
  • May 21, 2023Assurance By Way of Contrast
    May 21, 2023
    Assurance By Way of Contrast
    Those who belong to Christ can be assured of their salvation by way of contrast with unbelievers.  The unbeliever doesn't factor God into their thoughts.  Morality becomes relative, ethics are situational, and there is no ultimate consistent standard by which they live.  By contrast, the believer has their mind set on things of the spirit, and all former "goals" of this life have become eclipsed by the love of Christ, and those things are no longer the basis for the Christian's identity.   We are no longer hostile to God but instead are at peace and in agreement with Him.
     
    Scripture: Psalm 116:1-14, Romans 8:1-11
  • May 17, 2023Week 19: Signs of the New Covenant
    May 17, 2023
    Week 19: Signs of the New Covenant
  • May 14, 2023Saved and Secure
    May 14, 2023
    Saved and Secure
    There is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.  For the sinner saved by grace, this gives us great assurance and confidence in our salvation in Christ, and it can never be lost.  This frees us from worldly expectations and motivates us to live freely and bravely for Jesus Christ.
    Scripture: Psalm 34:11-22, Romans 8:1-5
  • May 10, 2023Week 18: Old Covenant Final Judgment
    May 10, 2023
    Week 18: Old Covenant Final Judgment
  • May 7, 2023Every Believer’s Battle (Part 2)
    May 7, 2023
    Every Believer’s Battle (Part 2)
    Because we're sinners, even as Christians, we will always have an ongoing battle against sin due to the barrage of temptations that come our way.   The struggle is real and should be expected in believers, but in Christ, who sets us free and gives us strength for battle, we should not be discouraged.  We must embrace the Holy Spirit and his Word and be in prayer and fellowship with other believers.  In this life, sin is not eradicated but is mitigated as we live for him. 
     
    Scripture: Psalm 130, Romans 7:14-26
  • Apr 30, 2023Every Believer’s Battle (Part 1)
    Apr 30, 2023
    Every Believer’s Battle (Part 1)
    As believers, we are saved but still struggle with sin.  Although the war has been won in Christ, the battle rages on.  Sin hurts our walk with the Lord, our witness for Christ, and the relationships around us.  We must fight, flee, and resist, looking to Christ and not ourselves, and when we do sin, we must genuinely see our sin for what it is, the God who it is against, and truly repent, knowing that he will forgive us if we come to him in the right spirit.  
     
    Scripture: Isaiah 1:12-20, Romans 7:14-20
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