We should be more than "just forgiven." In this third message in The Latter Letters, we'll look at why this is so. To enjoy the lovely screencast, just click on this link.
What's always moving and always in the same location?
Nobody wakes up one morning to discover they no longer trust in Christ. Departure from the Way happens through a slow process of compromise and justification. A well-meaning Christ follower might tell a white lie "for the greater good" and then find that she has to tell several more to cover the first one. In … Continue reading While It’s Called “Today”
Message #21 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 9:30-10:17: And what do we have here? Could it be a screen cast?
As we've been studying through Romans, the topic of God's wrath has come up time and again. According to Paul, everyone (both Jew and Gentile) was under God's wrath because they had in their own way discounted his glory. This coming Sunday, I'll share from chapter 3:21-31 about how the death of Jesus atoned for … Continue reading In Defense of the Angry God
Here is message #6 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 3:1-20. In case you'd like to see the graphics, click on the link below: https://sermons.faithlife.com/embed/sermons/332493
Here is message #5 in From Faith to Faith on Romans 2:12-29. It was originally introduced with a clip from Seinfeld which depicts religious differences between Elaine and her boyfriend, David Puddy. "Puddy" as he's known in the show, is religious and believes that Elaine is going to hell. That causes problems until a priest … Continue reading Heart of the Matter