As we come to the end of our study of the five Solas, we look at the Word of God through the prophet Isaiah and God reveals his glory and the motivation of his redemption to us.
This week we look at the fourth “Sola” in our study which is Christ Alone. Two primary parts to this central truth of the Christian faith are the exclusive identity of Jesus, and secondly the sufficient work of Jesus. We look at these two, even if briefly, in this sermon…
As we continue in our study of the “Five Solas” of the reformation, which we believe are rooted in the Scripture, we come to “Grace Alone” and see how the grace of God is an amazing work of the triune God, the Father, the Son and Spirit.
As Jesus leaves the synagogue and enters Simon’s house, we continue to see his authority and mercy as he heals and delivers many. Luke 4:38-44
As we continue in the Gospel of Luke we come to the detailed lineage of Christ, tracing his family line through David and the Patriarchs right back to Adam. And a few fascinating indications show an important distinction Luke makes from Matthews account.
An Easter Sunday Message!
In this sermon, preached at Fairview Cornerstone, we look at the hope that Paul describes in Romans 8:18-25 and see how it is a great source of comfort and strength in time of struggle and doubt.
After looking at the tactic of Satan in tempting Adam and Eve we see this week the three phases of the fall. Through their disobedience to God’s command, Adam and Eve cast the human race into a state of spiritual death and our only hope is the New Adam, Jesus Christ who offers us resurrection Read more about #24 “The Devastating Fall of Humanity”[…]
In this sermon we look at some of the distinctions God established in Genesis between man and woman. While man and woman are both made in the image of God and therefore worthy of respect and equal in dignity and worth and value, as image bearers, we also see that God established unique roles in Read more about Manhood by God’s Design (part 2)[…]
In this sermon from Genesis chapter 2, we look at how man was made by God and how it should remind us of our dependence upon God in all things, and that we are accountable to God as stewards, and ultimately point us to Christ as the perfect man, not from dust but from heaven!