Sermons on Atonement
John 10:19-42 Jesus ties eternal life, eternal security, to His particular atonement for His sheep. His sheep are given by the Father to the Son, the Son gives them life, the Son sustains them in that life all the way to glory and they are secure because He gave His life in their place and He took up His life again to the glory of God.
Romans 5:1-11 Good Friday Service 2020. The greatest need, and the most dangerous threat to any man is not the current circumstance, it is not Covid-19. The greatest danger is the second death, the fact that man will stand before a Holy God and being His enemy, that’s not going to go well. We need rescue!
Colossians 2:13-15. What does being filled in Christ include? Life, forgiveness, removal of the record of debt, victory over spiritual rulers and authorities who oppose Christ.
1 Corinthians 1:18-25 Is the cross silly to you? Or is the cross something beautiful?
Matthew 27:11-26 Jesus was an innocent man condemned to died for the crimes of insurection and treason, though the real insurrectionist and treasonous man was set free because Jesus was nailed to Barabbas cross instead of Barabbas.
Colossians 1:24-29 Paul tells of how he rejoices in his sufferings which are for the sake of the church in filling up that which lacks in the afflictions of Christ. What does this mean? Are Christ’s works for our salvation lacking?
Colossians 1:21-2 How are believers saved? What is the condition we are saved from? What does salvation result is? All these questions are answered as Paul addresses the believers in Colossae in this section of this letter.
Galatians 5:11-15. Paul points out the truth that the message of the Christian gospel is an offense as it is preached. We must be ever so careful that as we preach we don’t seek to remove the offense within the gospel itself. This gospel is offensive to sinners, but it is the only message that saves. Paul also pushes the believers to live in lite of their salvation. Not to allow the freedom we have in Christ to give room…
Galatians 1:1-5. Paul’s opening of this letter is theologically rich. As we see Paul writing to challenge the believers in Galatia and call them to turn to the true gospel, he first lays out what this true gospel is. Jesus, in full accordance with the will of the Father gave Himself over to death that we might receive grace and peace from God.
1 Peter 3:18, Romans 5:1-11, Revelation 20:11-15 Ten out of ten people die! That’s a fact. That means that you and I are headed to a certain end in this life. Death will come! After death, God tells us that the next thing on the horizon for us is Judgment. Jesus made it clear that there will be two resurrections: one unto life, one to judgment. So which one are you headed for? God has provided the one and only…