Michael McCray • Sermon • • 915 views
Text: Hebrews 9:11-15, 22-28 (ESV) Illustration: Saved By His “Worse Enemy” During the Revolutionary War there lived in Pennsylvania a pastor by the name of Peter Miller. Although the community loved Miller, there was one man, a tavern keeper, named Michael Widman who lived nearby. Widman hated Miller…
Prayer So this week, we’re actually going to PAUSE from our walk through the gospel of John... and we’re going to stay on this topic that we’ve come across in the 1st chapter of John... Baptism Two weeks ago, we looked at how John the Baptist was sent by God the Father to prepare the way for Jesus Christ...…
Announcements: Teachers Needed: Especially men. We have people missing every 3rd sermon to teach. MOM Group: First Tuesday of month, next one = April 2nd (9:30 - 11:00 am) Church Dinner: Saturday, April 6th (6:00 - 9:00 pm) (Babysitting available) Kid’s Easter Event: Friday, April 12th (6:00 - 8:30 pm)…
Gift of Atonement
Introduction Purification v23-24 23 Thus it was necessary for the copies of the heavenly things to be purified with these rites, but the heavenly things themselves with better sacrifices than these. Copies of the Heavenly things needed purification. Copies???? “These rites” God instructed them to build…
Design for Discipleship
Today Pastor Chase continues the series on "Your life in Christ" and discusses the Work of Christ. Follow along and discover how Christ accomplishes this work through His status as Prophet, Priest and King.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 75 views
The shedding of the blood of Jesus Christ is seen as representing the giving of his life as an atoning sacrifice for the sins of humanity.
Rick Stacy • Sermon • • 22 views
Most of us have a hard time with blood – especially outside of our own flesh. Most of us, with the exception of those who are emergency responders or in the medical field, get a bit queasy when we see a little blood. It doesn’t have to be oozing, gushing, or pumping – sometimes just a little bit of blood…
About 3.7 million students are expected to graduate from high school during the 2019–20 school year, including 3.3 million students from public schools and 0.3 million from private schools 50.8 million students in public schools 5.8 million students in private schools As about 56.6 million students are…