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What makes you feel secure? For Peter, security is found in our new birth in Christ, in a living hope, in Jesus' resurrection from the dead, and in our inheritance stored in heaven as we are shielded by God's power.
We see how salvation by grace was challenged in the beginnings of christianity, and we celebrate and give thanks to God fot the mothers in our church family.
Do you understand the mission of Jesus? Listen to the story of Zacchaeus experiencing the God's salvation and you will learn what Christ's mission and the gospel of Luke are all about. Jesus came to "seek and save the lost."
There are events surrounding the ascension of Jesus that urge us to realize God's love for us and to see things from His point of view. In fact, the ascension of Jesus forever changed things. While the above statements are reality, if someone is unaware of the changes, then the truths are of no value to the person. Unfortunately the lives of many people seeking to follow Jesus seem to reflect an unawareness of what was changed by the ascension of Jesus. Indeed, due to His ascension things will never be the same. Will the same be said of your life?
The witness of the Old Testament is clear - Jesus is greater than even the angels! If the Old Testament Church was punished for disobeying the message brought to them by angels, how much greater will the condemnation be of those who ignore the salvation brought by the greater one, Jesus?
West Hills spent the better part of the past year studying the book of Philippians. Acts 16 gives us not only historical context to Philippians, but makes for great story-telling of God's grace in the lives of early Christian converts. This sermon draws sixteen observations from Acts 16 and reminds us how good God us to invite us into his story.
Joel announces unprecedented destruction but urges everyone to cry out to God.
The distinctive of Christian faith is that people are brought near to God by Jesus, never by the things they do.
Having been told to go back to Bethel and engage in the right worship of God, Jacob leads his household in this worship and then journey's on. The second part of Genesis 35, though, mentions three events that reveal the truth that even though Yahweh has promised fulfillment of his covenant with Abraham and his descendants, and even though this fulfillment is in the midst of taking place, nonetheless it takes place in the midst of certain kinds of failures. It is this union of fulfillment and failure that marks the life of God's people now as they journey on toward the final fulfillment in the New Heavens and New Earth. What lessons do we learn from these failures mentioned in this text and their union with God's fulfillment of his promises?