God’s plan for redeeming mankind was in place long before Christ came. Through the family of Abraham, through the son of the promise Isaac, all the nations would be blessed. In one instance, Abraham’s faith was tested, and God reaffirmed the covenant with the patriarch.
In this short lesson, we take a look at a few things from the story of the tower of Babel, noticing the peoples’ pride, their presumption, and their punishment by God.
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. That is such a simple statement, but there is so much implied in it. What does it mean for us that God created the heavens and the earth? Join us as we examine a few things in this lesson
Sin has created a separation between God and man, and no work of mankind can every bridge that gap. But God has made a way, through Christ, for us to be reconciled to him, for us to recieve atonement and be made “at one” with him.
10/22/17 a.m. sermon
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