From the moment we believe in Jesus as who He claimed to be and what He offers to give, we are one in Him and with every other believer. What this means in everyday life and how we keep on track is the focus of this message. The "one another" passages of Scripture are a great help in this. Let's wotk through a few examples of these together.
The Case for Christian Optimism
Rebellion against God and His plan will not last forever. Even the most recalcitrant demon or unbeliever will affirm the truth of Jesus' Lordship. Our hope and confidence grow deeper as we walk with Christ through life's challenges.
Gerard Sanborn • Northside Bible Church • Sermon • • 3 views • 38:04
Core routines of the Christian life can sometimes be neglected. Prepare for some basic reminders and new insights from our brother Gerard Sanborn as he addresses the great privilege of talking to our heavenly Father.
Dan Coggins • Northside Bible Church • Sermon • • 2 views • 44:01
The FACT of Jesus' resurrection has tremendous power to convict and convice of the authenticity of His claims and identity. But that's certainly not all! Jesus' resurrection assures us of our own and it makes great power available to every believer to live for Him and walk with Him. Inform your minds, refresh your memory and recharge your spirit as we celebrate Jesus' rising from the dead.
One of the most common complaints about Christianity is the great number of divisions, denominations or sects. Funny we don't hear that complaint against the variety of ice cream flavors. The gospel and the Church are not matters of preference or taste. Jesus-ordained and Spirit-maintained unity in our church begin with the fact of real union before it works down to our attiturdes toward other believers.