Aug 6, 2017
For the Joy Before Us
#1 Faith in God is always a response to truth. #2 Our faith is solid because the object of our faith is rock solid. #3 Our faith in God not only frees us from sin but it ushers us into the very presence of God. And today we talked about #4 our faith urges on toward action. Listen to part 4 as we discover what the book of Hebrews shows us about faith in action.
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  • Aug 6, 2017For the Joy Before Us
    Aug 6, 2017
    For the Joy Before Us
    #1 Faith in God is always a response to truth. #2 Our faith is solid because the object of our faith is rock solid. #3 Our faith in God not only frees us from sin but it ushers us into the very presence of God. And today we talked about #4 our faith urges on toward action. Listen to part 4 as we discover what the book of Hebrews shows us about faith in action.
  • Jul 30, 2017Into the Presence of God
    Jul 30, 2017
    Into the Presence of God
    For thousands of years the tabernacle and the temple stood as a reminder that there was a barrier between God and man. The very architecture of the temple demonstrates that man and God are separated. But when Christ died on the cross something amazing happened. That barrier was permanently destroyed. Where once high priests entered into Gods presence with fear and trembling once a year, as followers of Christ we are called to confidently go into the holy places. Listen to Part 3
  • Jul 16, 201714 Truths about Faith in Christ
    Jul 16, 2017
    14 Truths about Faith in Christ
    In the first century there was a lot of pressure on Christians to either deny Christ or at least deny the central truth about who He is. In Hebrews Chapter 1 the author gets right to the heart of the issue and offers up 14 truths about who Christ really is.
    Listen to part 2
  • Jul 9, 2017The Reality of Faith
    Jul 9, 2017
    The Reality of Faith
    When I was a young adult the idea of faith seemed to me to be wishful thinking, a desire for something to be real that was not real. Faith seemed to me a willingness to believe something in-spite of the evidence. But this this what faith is? NO! Not even close. “Faith in God is always a response to TRUTH and REALITY.” Listen to Part 1