Uncommon and Unexpected, Part 1

The Christian life is not just the forgiven life; it is the forgiving life. If we are not progressing in compassion, we are only going through motions.

Uncommon and Unexpected, Part 1

The Christian life is not just the forgiven life; it is the forgiving life. If we are not progressing in compassion, we are only going through motions.

Paul on Mount Everest

"O the depths of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments, and His ways past finding out!" This is the only way Paul could end the eleventh chapter of his letter to the Romans. God is the epicenter of the Gospel, and Paul will make sure that both Jews and Gentiles never forget that.

Exit Strategy

At one point in time, the loudest voices proclaiming the world is coming to an end were ragged, half-crazed street preachers who wore billboards over their shoulders and screamed at passersby! But nowadays, that message is also being proclaimed on the lips of secular scientists, scholars, and media personnel. No longer is it taboo to say that the earth will one day come to an end. That fact has become “scientific.” The only question that still remains is, “What will our exit strategy be?”

Gentiles in the Family Tree

When you see the title, “Gentiles in the Family Tree,” you immediately think of Zacchaeus, don’t you? But, believe it or not, this sermon isn’t about him. This message is about two diverse branches of people—Israel and the Church—and how God is uniquely grafting them both into that tree called redemption.

Green With Envy

Throughout the ages Christianity has inspired many ill feelings in its adversaries, such as hatred, persecution, anger, and contempt. But this seems ordinary enough, given Christ’s promise that “all who desire to live godly in the world will suffer persecution.” In this message, however, Stephen discusses an ill feeling which Christianity is inciting that isn’t quite so ordinary. It’s neither anger nor contempt . . . but envy!

You Can't Get to Heaven in a Wooden Box

Grace seems too good to be true, doesn’t it? It’s free, it’s eternal, it’s divinely given. Yet these qualities which make it so desirable to some also make it so contemptible to others. That’s because man, by nature, doesn’t like being told he is powerless to save himself. When he arrives at the pearly gates, he would rather pat himself on the back and say, “Look at what I have done,” than fall humbly to his knees before God and say, “Look what You have done!”

Castaway Nation?

Is God finished with the Jewish people? Has He forgotten about the promises He made to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob? The Apostle Paul gives us the profound answer to those questions in Romans chapter 11.

The Wounds of God

In Romans 10:21 the Apostle Paul invites us to forsake the binding chains of religion and embrace the liberating arms of a relationship.

Now Performing: The Original Gospel Choir

Both Israel and the Church claim to be the chosen people of God, so who is right? The Apostle Paul gives us the incredible answer.

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