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As Paul faced significant challenges and potentially the end of his life, he found Gospel joy in the midst of his journey with Christ. He challenged them saying, "...it is my eager expectation and hope that I will not be at all ashamed, but that with full courage now as always Christ will be honored in my body, whether by life or by death. For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain" (Phil 1:20, 21). Paul was able to find joy and contentment in Christ even when his situation was a discouraging struggle.
A series on the book of Acts.
When it seems like the whole world believes and passes on certain lies, it’s hard not to buy into them. It takes the knowledge and discernment of Scripture to filter out the lies masquerading as truth.
In this series, we explore what various Psalms teach us about living a life committed to God.
Publicly celebrating and honoring God for who He is and what He has done demonstrates the glory God rightly deserves. Many of us prefer to give ourselves glory by celebrating and honoring our own accomplishments and sources of pleasure.
This sermon series, from 2nd Peter, will show us God’s power and plan for His people while warning us about false messages we tend to believe. When we live and believe righteously we declare… “To God be the Glory.”
This December we’re celebrating Jesus as “Emmanuel-God with Us.” We’ll be thinking about the reality of what it means for God to be with us and what that means in our daily lives.
The book of Hebrews serves as an astonishing link between the Old Testament and the New Testament by comparing the old covenant with the new. The Supremacy of Christ is laced throughout this book in that Jesus is the supreme mediator, the supreme high priest, the supreme king and the supreme revelation of God. This sermon series will demonstrate that Jesus is of greater worth and significance than anything we could ever pursue.