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.
In light of the 500 year anniversary of the protestant reformation, we are starting a series on the Five Solas. Faith Alone, Scripture Alone, Grace Alone, Christ Alone, and to the Glory of God Alone. In this passage we dive into the doctrine of justification by faith alone as well as looking at a bit Read more about Faith Alone![…]
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.
In this sermon we look at the second way in which God distinguished humanity from the rest of the creation, namely, that God gave humanity dominion over the creation. Likewise, we see how Christ comes to succeed where Adam and Eve fail. Sermon Text: Genesis 1:26-31
As this issue of Christ as the New Adam is so very important to understanding the beauty and necessity of the Gospel, here is another sermon preached by Aaron Hale in which you can hopefully understand more fully why we must be born again and not simply “improved”. Christ came as a new beginning for Read more about Seeing Christ As The New Adam[…]