God's final word: his Son
Why should we trust Jesus and build our lives upon him? How will our lives be different if we do? This messages considers God’s final word to us in his Son Jesus and its implications for daily living.
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 18 views
Nahum 1. Recap intro: Remember the introduction to Nahum – who was the prophecy against? (clue v.1) – Nineveh, the capital of that cruel and wicked empire of Assyria that oppressed God's people for years. Do you recall what the name "Nahum" means? And do you remember what I said that Assyria signified?…
Michael Stark • Sermon • • 8 views
“Then I looked, and I heard around the throne and the living creatures and the elders the voice of many angels, numbering myriads of myriads and thousands of thousands, saying with a loud voice, ‘Worthy is the Lamb who was slain, to receive power and wealth and wisdom and might and honour and glory and…
Jason Stuart Percy • Refuge TLH • Sermon • • 5 views • 1:06:22
God, Creator of All, designed the marriage of a man to a woman for both their lifetimes to reveal His glory and character and to establish order in human society beginning with the home, the smallest unit of natural human governance. Our desparately wicked hearts draw us away from God at heartbreaking speed and in tragic realities with severe consequences personally and in our society. God rescues sinners when they trust Him, believing that Jesus died for their sin, that He was buried, and that He was raised from the dead and is alive now both receiving and coming to live in those who've laid their hope, their confidence in Him rather than in themselves. Now, having been brought into His Kingdom by faith, He sets before us a new way to live, the way of His Kingdom and He is alive with us and in us to help us to walk in His Way! Where sin abounds... grace abounds so much more! Take joy in the God who saves sinners like you and I!
Who is worthy of my submission? Who has the authority to command my submission? To whom should I submit myself in order to benefit myself?