Dec 13, 2015
Advent | The Picture pf the Promise in the Passover Lamb
Series: Advent
The God of the Bible is the ruler of history. From the very beginning of creation, He has been making promises and making good on them. One of the major promises of God in the Bible is that there would be (and now is) an eternal and human King who rules all things with both justice and grace. The Old Testament is full of allusions to these promises, and the New Testament is very interested in showing that Jesus Christ fulfills them. This alone is a fascinating story line, but it is truly enthralling when one considered that repentant sinners are also promised intimate union with this same King.
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  • Dec 13, 2015Advent | The Picture pf the Promise in the Passover Lamb
    Dec 13, 2015
    Advent | The Picture pf the Promise in the Passover Lamb
    Series: Advent
    The God of the Bible is the ruler of history. From the very beginning of creation, He has been making promises and making good on them. One of the major promises of God in the Bible is that there would be (and now is) an eternal and human King who rules all things with both justice and grace. The Old Testament is full of allusions to these promises, and the New Testament is very interested in showing that Jesus Christ fulfills them. This alone is a fascinating story line, but it is truly enthralling when one considered that repentant sinners are also promised intimate union with this same King.
  • Dec 6, 2015Advent | The Picture pf the Promise in the Passover Lamb
    Dec 6, 2015
    Advent | The Picture pf the Promise in the Passover Lamb
    Series: Advent
     
  • Nov 29, 2015Advent | Creation, Fall, and Promise
    Nov 29, 2015
    Advent | Creation, Fall, and Promise
    Series: Advent
    Christmas is a time of expectancy and celebration. Traditionally, many have enjoyed anticipating and commemorating the arrival of Jesus Christ by way of methodically recalling all that led up to the first Advent of Christ. Advent simply means “coming,” and we celebrate the Jesus’ first coming during the Christmas season. We want to remember that Christ’s coming was not unexpected for some who experienced it, but His arrival had been predicted for centuries. This message is the first of 4 that are designed to recall how God promised a Savior from the very beginning and reiterated that promise throughout history. It all started with Creation, and everything picked up speed from there.