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In this sermon we examine the great news of God incarnate, our savior, Jesus Christ.
Through the geneology of Jesus given by Matthew, we see that Jesus is born in the lineage of King David and Abraham. He is the fulfillment of God's promises to both Abraham and David. He is the King of the Jews...and He is our King, too.
The Bible is God's inspired, inerrant, word, which was delivered through the prophets and preserved for us. Peter reminds his readers of God's providence in their salvation. Truths that even the angles long to look into have been preserved for today's church in the Bible. Our understanding of salvation, assurance, and faith can be built upon this truth. So, the question that must be asked is this, do you truly believe that the Bible is the inspired word of our creator God, or just a feel good moral guide book. Without adequate faith in the absolute truth of the bible, it is impossible to hope in the promises that the Bible contains.
Sermon on Mark 1:1-8 by Dr. John Oakes, December 4, 2011, Holy Trinity, Vancouver.
What does a one sentence prophecy have to do with a baby born 700 years later? The answer lies in one name, "Immanuel."
How To Recognize Truth, Because It's Right In Front Of You.
Revival is more than just paying some guy to lead 7 services at your church then leave.
It is often heard to make sense of the wickedness we see in the world and throughout history. Is there a plan? Is it all heading somewhere? Will all the wrongs ever be made right? Scripture declares that all things are going to be summed in and submitted to Christ. In light of that future hope, how do we live now?