The Builder of All Things is God – Hebrews 3:4 (sermon audio)

We serve a God who is infinitely powerful, infinitely knowledgeable, and infinitely loving.  Our awesome God created a universe for us to live in, and he created this race that we call humanity.  From that human race he has brought into the world his people, first the Jews who led to Christ, and now Christians, the citizens of Christ’s kingdom.  God wants all to be in his kingdom, and he desires that all would be saved.

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Confidence Before His Throne – Hebrews 4:14-16, 10:19-26 (sermon audio)

We talk a lot about church attendance.  We ought to know how important it is for Christians to gather together for worship.  But it’s so much more than putting bodies in the seats.  It is important that we understand that God has given us good reasons for wanting to come and worship Him.  It’s all based in what He has done for us through His Son, Jesus Christ.

For Whom Did Christ Die? – An Answer to the Doctrine of Limited Atonement – Mt. 26:28 (sermon audio)

In this evening lesson, we continue examining the five core doctrines of Calvinism, focusing on the third part of the TULIP acronym, Limited Atonement.  Through this lesson, we hope to demonstrate that Christ died to give all people the opportunity to be saved, and to teach anything different robs the gospel of it’s power to save (Rom. 1:16)

The Promise of Atonement – Hebrews 9-10; Leviticus 16

Perhaps no day on the Jewish calendar was more important that the Day of Atonement.  It was a day which the book of Leviticus centers around.  And yet, it was not sufficient to fully take care of mankind’s sin problem.  That’s why Christ came, to be our sacrifice.  The Lamb of God came to take away the sin of the world.

Our Wonderful Savior – Gal. 4:4-5

 “A Wonderful Savior is Jesus My Lord.” So begins a favorite song about the Christ who died for each and every one of us.  At a time when many are mindful of the birth of Christ, we take some time to study about the wonderful Christ who gave himself for us, who rose from the dead, ascended into heaven, and is coming again.

A Prayer for the Bride of Christ – Eph. 3:14-21 (sermon audio)

“Pray without ceasing.” That is what Paul had written in 1 Thessalonians 5:17.  Not only did he write it, he lived it, and we see that come out throughout his letters.  There are many times that Paul records specific things for which he is praying.  In Eph. 3:14-21, we notice three specific things that Paul prayed for.  Join us as we study God’s Word Together.