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Sermon #29 from the "God with Us" series. Scripture from John 12:12-50.
John provides no middle ground. We are either born-again children of God, or bastard children of the devil. Those fathered by the latter live in rebellion. Sin is default. Those who are fathered by God practice righteousness and break the bonds of sin. John's language is stronger: They don't sin (3:6, 9). This sermon deals with sin, the devil, and Jesus' atonement. He saved us from our sins, and then some. We owe Him our allegiance.
Sermon #27 from the "God with Us" series. Scripture from John 10:22-42.
Stand alone message. Not part of a series. Scripture from Acts 11:1-18.
Sermon #24 from the "God with Us" series. Scripture from John 20.
The death of Christ was a self-sacrifice made by the perfect and holy Son of God, so that we may have eternal life through Him. This death and life paradox teaches us that we must be willing to sacrifice our desires, and even ourselves if we truly are following Christ. We do not do this in sorrow and remorse, but have inexplicable joy that comes only from the strength and power of Christ in us. Commit yourself to Him, and see with the eyes of your heart what is the immeasurable greatness of Christ's provision for us through His sacrifice on the cross, and in our lives every day!
Good Friday is the day the Church remembers the death of Jesus, who gave His life in our place. But what exactly did Jesus do when He died on the cross? Jesus bore our sins, taking our place, so that we might be reconciled to God.
A reflection on the meaning of Good Friday and the cross of Jesus Christ.