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)

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Behold the Lamb of God – John 1:29-34 (sermon audio)

“Behold, the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.”  Those were the words of John the Baptizer who came as a forerunner of the Messiah.  He knew who Jesus was, and he directed others to the savior as well.

The Cost of Following Christ – Luke 9:57-62 (sermon audio)

In Luke 14, Jesus expressed the need for his followers to understand the cost of following him.  In several places He speaks of His disciples to know what they will face when they follow Him.  In Luke 9, there are three men who needed to understand the cost of following Jesus.  One needed to better understand the Pressure that would be put on him as a follower; one needed to understand the Priority he needed to place on following Jesus.  A third man needed to understand that when it comes to following Jesus, it is a Pursuit that requires whole-hearted, unwavering commitment.

Paul’s Ministry to the Gentiles – Eph. 3:6-13 (sermon audio)

10/15/17 p.m. sermon

The plan that God had to save mankind from sin and death always included the Gentiles, those who were not direct physical descendants of Abraham as the Jews were. Once the New Covenant was established, it took some time, but finally Christians began to preach to Gentiles, especially Paul, the apostle to the Gentiles.

Do Not Worry (podcast episode 33)

Today we continue studying the Sermon on the Mount with a look at the closing section of Matthew 6, verses 25 through the end of the chapter.  In this passage Jesus us shows us how we have no need to worry about the cares of this world, but instead we should put our faith in God, and trust Him to take care of us.  Grab a Bible, open it to Matthew 6, and study the Word of God with me today.

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