Romans 10:14-15 – How then will they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!”
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Pastor Jim will conclude the brief sermon series from John 17, our Lord’s High Priestly prayer, focusing on His petition that we would be one. This unity the Lord prays for has significant impacts on the health of His church and culture.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul is now focusing on the law of God, the Jew, and pride. He will show the spiritual and religious privileges of the Jew did not remove them from the judgment of God leading to His wrath.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul is now focusing on the law of God and its judging power in both the Gentile and Jew revealing all are under His wrath for not adhering to His law.
This Lord Day evening, Pastor Jim continues his short series in the High Priestly Prayer of the Lord Jesus. In the opening five verses we find the Lord Jesus praying to be glorified so His Father would be as well. The context is the Father and Son in the work of salvation revealing their love for sinners.
This Lord’s Day morning, we continue our journey through the New Testament book of Romans. The Apostle Paul is now focusing on the standard of God’s judgment upon every human being. He does so by making the distinction in God’s judgment between believers and unbelievers based on God’s standard of judging – their works or conduct in life.
This Lord Day evening, Pastor Jim will begin a month-long series in the High Priestly Prayer of the Lord Jesus. Known as the “burning bush” of the New Testament, we see the heart of the Lord Jesus through His intercessory prayer leading us to marvel over, and love more fully our glorious Lord.