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Sin never goes away by itself. It only accumulates. What can wash away our sin? In today's passage John the Baptist gives us the answer. He saw Jesus coming toward him and declared, "Look! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world." John 1:29. The Blood of Jesus Christ cleanses from all sin. Jesus came to take away our sins. But there is more! Not only did he come to take away sin, but also Jesus came to make us live the victorious life over sin by baptizing with the Holy Spirit. Have you been baptized with the Holy Spirit?
In this message guest speaker Justin Hornbaker of South Dakota Apologetics takes us on an in-depth study of the atoning work of Jesus Christ on the cross.
We have a great salvation in the gospel of Jesus Christ. And it becomes increasingly fresh and precious as you grow as a Christian. Therefore, deepening our understanding of this necessary atonement is the key to enjoying its glory and realizing its transforming power.
Primary Claim: A sacrifice of blood is required for the forgiveness and removal of sin.
Do you know for sure that you are saved? Or do you lack power (of God) and are you disqualified from service for God because you have doubt. The reason many in the church are not on fire for God is because they doubt. But Scripture is clear. We do not have to doubt. If we walk in His way, we are saved. If we keep His commands, we are saved. And with this assurance comes a fire that cannot be quenched by anything.
In this sermon, Pastor Casey Hough addresses how fellowship with God is preserved, procured, and practiced in light of 1 John 2:1-6.
The cross made it possible for God to simultaneously hate sin and love sinners. (A fill-in-the-blank sermon note handout is available for download on our website.)
Forgiveness is a topic that perhaps many people think they know enough about but don’t necessarily extend it as they should. What exactly does forgiveness mean? How do you actually forgive someone? How do you forgive someone who has egregiously wronged you? What if a person continues to wrong you - must you continually forgive? Here’s the good news: through Jesus Christ our sins have been forgiven, and through Jesus Christ we have the power to forgive.