The King & His Kingdom had arrived. And with that, things were changing. Light was swallowing up all the shadows of the past. What was once thought to set God's people apart—the law—now meets its Maker. And as He spoke and declared the meaning of His Words, some...read >>
What makes the Gospel glorious? God does. Not just who He is, but how He has manifested "who He is" among us: the death, burial & resurrection of His Son for our sin. All praise & glory is due Him!
So then, what's the connection between His manifestation of Love...read >>
We left a lot unanswered last week. So this week we're gonna take another peek into the first 8 verses of chapter 35 again, as well as the next 7.
Our goal is to keep it simple this week: three smaller sections of Scripture with one main point made for each. Can...read >>
"As a dog returns to its vomit, so does a fool to his folly." -Pv26.11
Any idea what that means? Of course you do! How many times have we buried the hatchet, only to leave that handle sticking so we can grab it back again when we "need" it? O how often we return to...read >>
What's so new about the New Covenant, and what role does it play in creating, establishing and uniting the Church?
Having seen us through 10 weeks of doctrine, we will now turn back to Paul's words to the church of Corinth in order to help us consider His Word to...read >>
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[The following sermon was preached by Brother Logan Cauthen, based on Jesus' conversation with Nicodemus in John 3.]
In Matthew 7 Jesus tells us of a group of people who confess him as Lord, are involved in ministry...read >>
The sorrow of His death is swallowed up by joy in His resurrection; therefore, pray for His praise!read >>
Having dealt with the blindness of the religious leaders to the light of the glory of God in the face of Jesus, the Good Shepherd now turns His vocals toward their deafness.
These leaders are a type of shepherd, but they must get into the fold another way, for...read >>
Today we'll be looking at several passages to help us formulate a biblical perspective on Jesus' institution of baptism.
What is baptism?
Why is baptism?
When should someone be baptized?
Can anyone be baptized or is it only for the "super-disciples"?
What about...read >>
The Apostle John, inspired by the Spirit of Jesus, paints a glorious picture for us today.
We'll call on several Old Testament passages & prophecies so we don't miss the glory of God in the face of His Son in today's display.
Just as the Feast of Tabernacles...read >>
What is it? Why is it? When is it? How do we do it?
Discovering the answers to these questions is almost as difficult as trying to nail jello to the wall.
However, the Scripture does provide us with the tools of worship: namely, Jesus Christ.read >>
This week, the great teacher of Israel becomes the student of the Greatest Teacher ever.
What would you ask Him? What does Nic ask Him? Truth be told, not a thing, but Jesus, who knows all men and what is inside of them (2.23-25), and so is able to perform the...read >>
John is on a mission: faith in all readers! Yet, in today's passage, just when you thought it was safe to believe...
Apparently, there is a faith that isn't faith... at least not the kind that Jesus is desiring us to have. So what about you?
Knowing the wrong and...read >>