Tag Archives: salvation
Context is important. We have to be careful when witnessing – or for that matter with one another – that there are sinners and there are sinners saved by grace.
Born again to a living hope; that’s important because if we had hope in this life only we’d be above all others most miserable. We may suffer trials for a little while but do not get distracted or discouraged. Our … Continue reading
Thanksgiving sermon part 1. This week we will look at some of the things God has done and we’re only hitting the highlights. Next week, the week of Thanksgiving, we will talk about our response.
Peter explains to New Testament Christians that in the past there were false prophets and in the future there will be false teachers. God is able to save the godly and punish the wicked, and he used specific examples from … Continue reading
All flesh is like grass, Peter writes quoting Isaiah 40. But the word of the Lord endures forever.
We have two letters written by Peter in the New Testament. They are both short but packed with good stuff. This introduction alone will almost make a Baptist shout.
We are not justified by works of the Law but faith in Jesus Christ. Paul’s theology is spread on thick in the middle of Galatians and we can only work through a few verses at a time. Good stuff, just … Continue reading
Isaiah served during a time that God was judging Israel. Judgement and salvation are both from God. Much of this sermon compares Isaiah 6 and Revelation 4 illustrating that the Bible has many writers but there is one author.
Peter preached on the Day of Pentecost and the audience was “cut to the heart.” What happens next is recorded in Acts 2:37-47. Peter tells the crowd what they must do, essentially sharing the plan of salvation for the first … Continue reading