Jan 31, 2016
Why Then the Law? Galatians 3:15-25
If we are justified by faith alone and we are cursed if we rely on works of the law (Gal 3:10), why did God give us the law? Are Christians expected to follow the law of God? We discover from God’s Word how Christians should think about the law.
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  • Jan 31, 2016Why Then the Law? Galatians 3:15-25
    Jan 31, 2016
    Why Then the Law? Galatians 3:15-25
    If we are justified by faith alone and we are cursed if we rely on works of the law (Gal 3:10), why did God give us the law? Are Christians expected to follow the law of God? We discover from God’s Word how Christians should think about the law.
  • Jan 24, 2016Christ Redeemed Us, Galatians 3:10-14
    Jan 24, 2016
    Christ Redeemed Us, Galatians 3:10-14
    One of the ways we return to the gospel and keep it central is simply by talking about the gospel. The gospel includes bad news that we are all under a curse because of our sin. If we understand the problem, we are able to experience the good news of the gospel: Christ redeemed us from the curse by becoming a curse. As a result we receive the blessing promised to Abraham, which is the Spirit of adoption.
  • Jan 17, 2016Who Has Bewitched You? Galatians 3:1-9
    Jan 17, 2016
    Who Has Bewitched You? Galatians 3:1-9
    We are all prone to wander. Like the Galatians, we are capable of being bewitched. We discover several reasons why we should continue to return to the gospel and keep it central in all things. The gospel is the beginning, middle, and end of the faith, and it always has been and it always will be.
  • Jan 10, 2016Remember the Lord, Deuteronomy 6
    Jan 10, 2016
    Remember the Lord, Deuteronomy 6
    Series: Misc
    Deuteronomy 6
  • Jan 3, 2016Disciples Make Disciples, Matthew 28:18-20
    Jan 3, 2016
    Disciples Make Disciples, Matthew 28:18-20
    Series: Specials
    On the first Sunday of the year, we return to the simple mission Jesus has given His disciples. He calls us to make disciples. We discover what this looks like and we are encouraged to grow in our discipleship as we make disciples.
    Matthew 28:18-20
  • Dec 27, 2015For Unto Us, Isaiah 9:6-7
    Dec 27, 2015
    For Unto Us, Isaiah 9:6-7
    Although Jesus was born like everyone else, He was not like anyone else. Isaiah tells us of His uniqueness. Isaiah shows us: that His birth was prophesied, that He is divine in nature, that He is Holy because He is virgin born, and that He has a glorious destiny. His destiny includes us if we are willing to recognize who He is and trust what He has done.
  • Dec 20, 2015The Three Responses, Matthew 2
    Dec 20, 2015
    The Three Responses, Matthew 2
    In our text, we see three responses to the birth of Jesus. We see these same three responses today. Will you respond to Jesus with opposition, indifference, or worship?
  • Dec 13, 2015Christmas in Revelation, Revelation 12
    Dec 13, 2015
    Christmas in Revelation, Revelation 12
    When we think of the Christmas story, we usually think of Matthew’s or Luke’s account and we think about a manger, shepherds, and angels singing. In this sermon, we look at the Christmas story according to the book of Revelation, and we discover there is a lot more happening behind the scenes. Christmas is about a cosmic battle that continues to this day. We can be confident in the battle, and this text gives us good reasons why we can be confident even when it seems like the enemy is winning.
  • Dec 6, 2015Crucified with Christ, Galatians 2:17-21
    Dec 6, 2015
    Crucified with Christ, Galatians 2:17-21
    If we are saved by grace through faith in Christ alone, will this encourage sin and disobedience? What compels us to obey? In this sermon, we discover that the gospel gives us a new perspective, a new identity, a new power, and a new motivation. The gospel of justification by faith leads to obedience.
  • Nov 29, 2015Justified by Faith, Galatians 2:11-16
    Nov 29, 2015
    Justified by Faith, Galatians 2:11-16
    In this important text, we hear the good news that we can be justified by faith in Christ.  In order to truly understand this good news, we must first recognize the bad news that comes with the gospel.  When we embrace the bad news, we are ready to experience the sweetness of justification by faith.