Holy is His Name

The eternal holy, self-existent, unchanging God reigns in supremacy over all. When we realize God's holiness and our accountability to Him, this leads to humility and the revival of our heart and spirit.

Our Lord's Crucifixion

“It is finished” (John 19:30). What was finished? Christ’s sacrifice for our salvation – the satisfying of the wrath of God. The cross was necessary because we have sinned against a holy God. God’s wonderful love for us is always linked in Scripture to the cross. Salvation through faith in the crucified and risen Christ is free and available to all.

God Gave His Son

God's love gift of His son: It is free: we cannot earn God's love. It is unending: a certain promise of eternal life. It is sacrificial and boundless: It is available to all, no matter the depth of our sin or the frailty of our faith.

Saving Faith

Faith is the essential spiritual requirement to receive eternal life, according to John 3:16. But what exactly is saving faith? We must know and agree with the facts of the gospel that are explained in the Bible. Additionally, we must commit ourselves to Christ, asking Him for His gift of love and mercy, entrusting ourselves to Him. Although we may only have a "scrap of faith" mixed with some unbelief, God invites us to put our faith in Christ and find forgiveness and grace.

Rescue from Perishing

John 3:16 is the story of story of: The Greatest Danger: Our greatest danger is perishing, being condemned to eternal ruin, separated from the goodness of Christ after we die. The Greatest Rescue: Our greatest rescue is by God who so loved the world, the world that was hostile to Him and that rebelled against Him, that He sent His only Son to die for our rebellion that we might not perish, but have eternal life. The Greatest Promise: Our greatest promise is the that we can have eternal life and it can be our present possession that cannot be taken away.

Amazing Love

John 3:16 expresses the depth of God's great love for us. The holy self-existent God who holds us accountable loved the world: all of humanity. In love He gave His Son, Emmanuel, God with us, to die as a substitutionary sacrifice and pay the penalty for our sins. Jesus calls us to trust and believe in Him so that we might not perish but find everlasting life.

Sola Fide (Faith Alone)

Faith alone is the key to forgiveness and salvation. We all know and feel our guilt and brokenness before a holy God. Jesus Christ alone must be the object of our faith that brings justification and peace with God. Faith is a gift of the Holy Spirit, not a feeling. It can be increased through prayer and the study scripture. Faith is not a work, but spurs us on to good works as we serve as the representatives of Christ.

Who is the Holy Spirit?

The Holy Spirit is a person, not a vague spiritual force, co-equal with God in the Trinity. The Holy Spirit lives in believers, a forever present Helper who reveals the truths of Scripture to us. It is important to follow the command of Jesus to ask the Father for the Holy Spirit to increasingly fill us and work in our lives.

Asking in Jesus' Name

How often do you pray and don't receive the answer you desire? Pastor Becker explains how we can understand another great promise that Jesus gave the disciples during the Upper Room Discourse, "If you ask me anything in my name, I will do it." He helps us understand what it means to pray in Jesus' name and what it means that God is glorified.

Greater Works than Jesus

In the verse above Jesus makes this promise to all believers that not only will we carry on His work, but we will do His work in a greater way than He did. What could this possibly mean that we could do greater works? Pastor Gregory breaks down this verse for us and shows us how the work of spreading the gospel to reach others is an even greater work.

Only One Way

Jesus plainly claims to be the exclusive path to the Father. In scripture: "I am" is the sacred name of the eternal, self-existing God (Exodus 3:14). "The way" is a path that begins under God's judgement and ends in the presence of God in His house. The only path is Jesus, our sin-bearing substitute. "The truth",Jesus came to bear witness to the truth that brings us freedom. (John 8:32) "The life" Those who believe in Christ Have crossed over from death to life! (John 5:24)

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