The God Who Knows – Isaiah 40:28 (sermon audio)

We serve an awesome God! When we stop and we consider just how great our God is, it should leave us in awe, and we should be thankful for who our God is.  This morning we begin a series looking at several attributes of our God, and it is our prayer that by the end of it, we’ll have a great appreciation of our God.  In this lesson we consider that God is a God who knows. He knows all about us, what we do, what happens to us, and even why it happens.  And we should thank him for that.

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What Did Jesus Teach About the Bible? – Matthew 5:17-18 (sermon audio)

If Jesus is God (and in recent lessons have concluded from evidence that He is), then He is perfectly moral, because God is perfectly moral.  If Jesus is perfectly moral, then He can speak no lies.  Since He cannot speak lies, anything that Jesus teaches is true.  Since the New Testament is historically reliable and accurately records the deeds and teachings of Jesus, then what it says about what Jesus teaches must be true.  So, examining teachings of Jesus recorded in the New Testament, we can examine what Jesus taught about the Bible, and have an understanding of whether or not the Bible is truly the Word of God.

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.

Does God Exist? (part 1) – Romans 1:19-20 (sermon audio)

Since we are to be prepared to give an answer to those that would ask why we believe (1 Pet. 3:15), it logically follows that we ourselves understand good reasons to believe.  This short series will examine three arguments for the existence of God.  Through these arguments not only will we be better equipped to give an answer, but our faith should be strengthened as well.  This first lesson focuses on the Cosmological Argument for the Existence of God.