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Sermons about Acceptance
We continue to look at how Psalms help us to meditate on the truth of God's word and to daily preach the gospel to ourselves by looking at Psalm 31. For many of us, the truth we know about God's love and approval of us, given to us because of Jesus, is not very defining of us or real to us. We know it intellectually, but our hearts are shaped by the words, actions, and opinions of those around us. The bible calls this the fear of man. We often live for the approval and acceptance of a certain person or group of people. Psalm 31 invites us to remember God's steadfast love and to rejoice again in his goodness toward us, so we no longer need to fear others.
An exposition of Galatians 3:23-29. Paul compares and contrasts the different effects of living "under Moses" as opposed to "in Christ."
The Christian churches have a history. One way to explain our history is to look at the principles that we were founded upon. One of them was the idea that followers of Jesus could be "Christians only," but also realize that they were not the "only" true Christians.
God's judgment is sure for those who reject Jesus, and we have a responsibility to faithfully steward and manage God's vineyard.
Pastor Dave walks through the parable from Luke's Gospel, typically called the "Prodigal Son."
You either reject Jesus or do the will of God and are a part of the family of God
Jesus calls us to accept others the way he has accepted us.
Starting off our series on obedience with Noah, we examine the "easy" decision he had - build an enormous boat or die. Maybe that decision wasn't so easy, after all. But how does obedience to God become easier? For starters, it must come out of the overflow of our acceptance in Christ, and never the reverse.