Oct 29, 2017
CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GLORY TO GOD ALONE
In Christian theology, there is an experience described as the beatific vision. It is defined as that moment when the redeemed person sees God as He is, in full glory, and without any distortion of sin. There is a deep longing in the heart of every human to know God as He is and to be known, but this is also quite terrifying. In this message, we shall see a glimpse of the glorious God, as He has revealed Himself."CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GLORY TO GOD ALONE".
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  • Oct 29, 2017CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GLORY TO GOD ALONE
    Oct 29, 2017
    CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GLORY TO GOD ALONE
    In Christian theology, there is an experience described as the beatific vision. It is defined as that moment when the redeemed person sees God as He is, in full glory, and without any distortion of sin. There is a deep longing in the heart of every human to know God as He is and to be known, but this is also quite terrifying. In this message, we shall see a glimpse of the glorious God, as He has revealed Himself."CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GLORY TO GOD ALONE".
  • Oct 22, 2017CELEBRATING REFORMATION | CHRIST ALONE
    Oct 22, 2017
    CELEBRATING REFORMATION | CHRIST ALONE
    Christ alone is the savior of sinners. This exclusive claim is repugnant to our culture of trivial tolerance, and it has always been obnoxious to sinful humans everywhere. And yet, this intolerant declaration is actually quite expansive. Just consider how wide the invitation really is. In this message, the fourth in our Reformation series on the “Five Solas,” we shall consider Christ as the priceless Redeemer, the perfect Justifier, the tireless Intercessor, and the conquering King."CELEBRATING REFORMATION | CHRIST ALONE".
  • Oct 15, 2017CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GRACE ALONE
    Oct 15, 2017
    CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GRACE ALONE
    Grace is a word like many others in our day that has lost its sense. The word is used either infrequently or too flippantly, and we simply do not know what it means anymore. When Christians affirm, “God saves sinners by grace alone,” the meaning is profound and particular. This is our third message in a series on the “Five Solas” of the Protestant Reformation, and the doctrine of “Sola Gratia” (or grace alone) was a major battleground during that time and since. In this message today, we shall consider the concept and its implications for humility, assurance, and adoration."CELEBRATING REFORMATION | GRACE ALONE".
  • Oct 8, 2017CELEBRATING REFORMATION__FAITH ALONE
    Oct 8, 2017
    CELEBRATING REFORMATION__FAITH ALONE
    Much ink and even blood has been spilled over the question, “How is a sinner made acceptable before God?”. There is good reason for such an interest in the question, for this question is one of supreme importance to every sinner. If you are perfectly righteous, then you have no interest in such a question. But if you are guilty of even a single moment of disobedience, then your acceptance before God is of paramount concern. In this message, we shall consider the biblical teaching on the manner in which any sinner is made acceptable, pure, and holy in God’s sight. Looking through the lenses of the Protestant Reformation, we shall investigate the past and the present need for clarity on this subject."CELEBRATING REFORMATION__FAITH ALONE".
  • Oct 1, 2017CELEBRATING REFORMATION__SCRIPTURE ALONE
    Oct 1, 2017
    CELEBRATING REFORMATION__SCRIPTURE ALONE
    The Protestant Reformation is quite unknown by many Protestants and Catholics today. Additionally, of those who do know anything of the divide, many are calling for reconciliation and reunification. What was the Protestant Reformation? Why did it happen? Why are there Protestants today? Should Christians today even care about these things? In today’s message, we will begin a 5-part series addressing the formal cause of the Protestant Reformation. We will consider the doctrine of Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone), learning from past protests and confronting present presumptions. "CELEBRATING REFORMATION__SCRIPTURE ALONE ".