The three greatest events in human history involve the Lord Jesus Christ; His birth revealing God to us; His resurrection conquering death for us; and His soon return for us. And it is these three realities that Christians must think on daily. They guide, empower, and make the Christian life what God intends for His people. Forget these events and Jesus lacks personal reality and worldliness will settle into our hearts and lives (Matthew 1:23; Revelation 1:6, 17-18).
This Lord’s Day evening we continue our series in 1 John by defining what is one of its great Biblical themes – fellowship. In looking at Biblical fellowship, we must allow the Bible define it and then guide us to its practice.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our series “The Glory of God” focusing on His glory revealed in the death of His Son, the Lord Jesus. We will do so hearing the seven sayings of Jesus on His cross showing the depth of His obedience, suffering, love, and humanity .
This Lord’s Day evening we return to our series in 1 John. We find ourselves in the opening verses where the apostle John boldly proclaims that Christianity is Christ – manifested in His Person and revealed through His Word.