Many of us may have placed little to no value on God's kindness, and the results have been catastrophic. In this message, Luke Imperato leads us through some biblical history to discover the key to repentance. Luke challenges us to take a look at our own recognition of the Lord's goodness, pointing out that many of us have not come into real, heartfelt repentance. In fact, many of us stay under the control of sin because we reject His mercy and kindness; if we want any life-changing repentance, we need to understand that His will is mercy and He desires forgiveness.
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Can we really expect to walk in daily victory over our sins? We know from experience that, left to ourselves, we will fail. In this message, Jim Lewis explores Romans 6 to show us that real freedom from sin is provided in the cross. His cross kills the power of sin in our lives. This victory is not a characteristic we posses or a skill we practice. The only way to victory is the hope that Christ's power indwells and strengthens us. We owe our entire lives to the death of Christ, and we may receive and apply His victory through faith, repentance and brokenness.
The book of Revelation is just what its title says it is—a "Revelation of Jesus Christ." But instead of focusing on the glorified and victorious Lord, many people just get lost in the book's end-times prophecies. In this message, Glenn Meldrum contrasts the "tame, safe" God of our imaginations with the terrifying, awe-inspiring Savior portrayed in Scripture, a God who issues us an awesome invitation us to "come up" to where He is.
The living God longs to reveal his mercy to us. But as Nate Danser challenges us in this message, if we want to discover who God really is, we will have to take a serious look at our priorities. Are we overwhelmed by the Lord's love and compelled to respond by giving him our lives? If not, now is the time to seek the Lord!
The Early Church was devoted to Jesus and that is why the power of the Holy Spirit worked mightily in and through them. In part two of a four-part sermon series, Pastor Glenn Meldrum helps us understand what the Bible means by devotion, by examining Christ’s teaching on this very important and life-changing subject.
Only a true Christian can be a disciple of Jesus, for only sheep know His voice. However, very few American Christians know what true, biblical Christianity is. In part one of a four-part sermon series, Pastor Glenn Meldrum defines real Christianity according to the portrayal of the early church in the second chapter of the book of Acts.
In Romans 3:21-26, Paul begins to proclaim the great salvation that God has accomplished for us in Christ. In his message, Jim Lewis walks us through this passage, explaining the many terms Paul employs to describe our salvation, such as justification, redemption and expiation, calling us to embrace this salvation through trust in and absolute dependence upon Christ.
As a Father, God has a deep and devoted love for His children which compels Him to shower them with blessings. One of these blessings is discipline and correction so that they will become more like Christ. In this message, Nate Danser offers some thoughts about why God's children need this discipline, and how they can properly respond to it.