Tagged as Blessings, Covenant, faith, Faithfulness, Generosity, God's Will, God’s love, Grace, Gratitude, hope, Identity in Christ, imagination, Kingdom of God, Presence of God, Relationship, Sacrifice, Salvation, transformation, Worship
Tagged as Blessings, Community, Covenant, Discipleship, faith, Faithfulness, family, Generosity, God's Will, God’s love, Grace, Gratitude, hope, Identity in Christ, imagination, Kingdom of God, Presence of God, Reconciliation, Relationship, Sacrifice, Salvation, transformation, Worship
Tagged as Controversial Issues, Covenant, End Times, faith, God's Will, History, Israel, Kingdom of God, Messiah, nationalism, New Testament, non-violence, Old Testament, Peace, politics
Tagged as Birthright, Blessing, Covenant, Esau, Jacob, Promise
Tagged as Beliefs, Contract, Covenant, Salvation, Sinner's Prayer
Salvation is usually defined as a distinct moment in time. It is a deal that we make with God to get out of hell. In this sermon, Greg talks about how salvation is so much more than a one-time deal, and there is something better behind curtain number 2 (guaranteed).
Tagged as Communication, Covenant, Discernment, Legal, Relationship with God
It is important to understand the framework that God works in before trying to understand God’s will. In this sermon, Greg focuses on how God wants to exist in covenant relationship as opposed to legal relationship. This is why communing with God and communicating with God is so important.
Tagged as Covenant, evangelism, forgiveness, Repentance
Jesus was innocent but he died the death of the guilty. He stood in our place, taking on our life so that we might have his. There is no greater act in all of history.
Tagged as Adult baptism, Baptism, Betrothal Ceremony, Bride of Christ, Covenant, Discipleship, Immersion
Jesus orders us to be baptized for the forgiveness of sins. Baptism is the betrothal (similar to “engagement”) ceremony in our relationship to Christ.
Tagged as Covenant, Cultural currency, Joy, Lost coin, Wedding necklace
In the parable of the lost coin, the woman calls her friends and neighbors together to rejoice with her when she finds it. Greg explores why she was so excited to recover a single coin of seemingly limited value.