Since the birth of Christ’s Church, from the dark passages of the catacombs to the private chambers of homes along the streets of Roman cities across the Empire, to this gathering this morning, every believer of all the ages have shared something.
There is a tie that binds every believer to Christ and to each other. Tonight, we share that amazing connection. We have a common confession with every individual believing servant of God alive today either on earth or in Heaven.
120219PM I Corinthians 11:23-26 COM-13 WCC-02 Endless thanksgiving, around the Throne, with all the redeemed of all the ages: that is what salvation prompts in the hearts of believers. Endless Thanksgiving For Our Salvation Each time we gather to celebrate communion, we are part of what we could call a simulcast, that is going on […]
WCC-07 161016PM Tonight our goal is to practice the words from God in Hebrews 10:24-25. As we turn there we are looking at the simple reality of applying God’s Word. How do we stir up others for God? God says we are all to have as our goal, every time we gather that we […]
In Justification we go from being accused and guilty before God to being righteous and with no record of wrongs!
1. Romans 8:33-34 I have been justified and by Christ justifying me and because the record has been erased —I am free forever from condemnation. Say that aloud with me
2. Ephesians 3:12 By Christ justifying me—I can always approach God with confidence. Say that aloud with me
3. Hebrews 4:15-16 By Christ justifying me—I always have His grace and help. Say that aloud with me
In Revelation 5, each of us who are born-again believers are seeing ourselves in the future. What is it we are doing when God lets us see ourselves? Singing praises to our Redeemer, the only One who could and did pay the debt of our sins!
Biblical Worship always focuses upon the Redeemer, always praises His redemption and always comes from the Redeemed.
Redemption is the Theme of Our Worship in Heaven
There are few times that God’s Word allows us to actually see what we will be doing in Heaven and each of those views always involve us worshiping the True and Living God and His Son our Redeemer.
The waters of baptism symbolize our new life in Christ. Baptism portrays or pictures what God has done in us through Christ. Open to Colossians 2:11. Actually, v. 8-12 are one long sentence with one primary clause starting in v.8, and six secondary clauses, each with a verb extending all the way down to v.12.
The best defense is a good what?
What is the offense of our faith? Our salvation testimony
Endless thanksgiving, around the Throne, with all the redeemed of all the ages: that is what salvation prompts in the hearts of believers.