Nov 11, 2018
Recognition & Affirmation (Galatians 2:1-10)
Series: GALATIANS
Paul's message was recognized and affirmed by the original disciples in Jerusalem.  How do we recognize truth?  Is there an objective standard of what is real or does it all depend on the individual perspectives of man?
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  • Nov 11, 2018Recognition & Affirmation (Galatians 2:1-10)
    Nov 11, 2018
    Recognition & Affirmation (Galatians 2:1-10)
    Series: GALATIANS
    Paul's message was recognized and affirmed by the original disciples in Jerusalem.  How do we recognize truth?  Is there an objective standard of what is real or does it all depend on the individual perspectives of man?
  • Nov 4, 2018From Tradition to Grace (Galatians 1:11-24)
    Nov 4, 2018
    From Tradition to Grace (Galatians 1:11-24)
    Series: GALATIANS
    What is the primary difference between the religions of men, and the truth revealed in the Bible?
  • Oct 28, 2018The One Gospel (Galatians 1:1-10)
    Oct 28, 2018
    The One Gospel (Galatians 1:1-10)
    Series: Galatians
    Paul begins his letter to the churches in Galatia out of dire need.  Serious error has crept into the church and is leading the people astray.  There is only one Gospel that can save. It is an exclusive Gospel and Christ, not man, is the foundation.  When we seek a gospel that places authority in man’s hands we are headed for disaster.  Do we see this in the church today?  Where are the dangers in our own lives, when we are more concerned about pleasing men than God?  Do we believe that there is one Gospel, but act as if there are other things that save?
  • Oct 21, 2018The Heart of Prayer (Matthew 6:5-150)
    Oct 21, 2018
    The Heart of Prayer (Matthew 6:5-150)
    Series: (All)
    What should the heart of our prayers be focused on?  What should be the position of our hearts as we pray?  Jesus gives us the godly model of prayer.
  • Oct 15, 2018Triumph of the End (Zechariah 13:1-14:21)
    Oct 15, 2018
    Triumph of the End (Zechariah 13:1-14:21)
    Series: Zechariah
    The conclusion of our study on the Book of Zechariah.  What are we to make of the descriptions of the end that Zechariah reveals in the final chapters of his book?  What can we know with certainty?
  • Sep 30, 2018Painful Realization (Zechariah 11:1-12:14)
    Sep 30, 2018
    Painful Realization (Zechariah 11:1-12:14)
    Series: Zechariah
    Zechariah details the differences between a good and an evil shepherd.  He describes the great sorrow that is experienced by those who rejected Him.  The One they took for granted is the One they now desire most.  In our own lives, we can so easily become complacent and forget what a treasure Christ is.  God wants us to remember that our union with Him is all that matters
  • Sep 24, 2018Pride’s Destruction (Zechariah 9:1-10:12)
    Sep 24, 2018
    Pride’s Destruction (Zechariah 9:1-10:12)
    Series: Zechariah
    In the first of 2 oracles, Zechariah describes the judgement of God on nations whose pride was in themselves, and the redemption of God’s chosen people through a saving King who will come in power and glory.  What should be our response to this news?  Are we taking pride in our own accomplishments?  Is our pride in the things of this world, or the finished work of Christ?
  • Sep 16, 2018The Social Justice of God (Zechariah 7:1-8:23)
    Sep 16, 2018
    The Social Justice of God (Zechariah 7:1-8:23)
    Series: Zechariah
    Zechariah outlines the expected behavior of those who follow God.  This includes support for the poor, the fatherless, and widows.  However, without the Spirit of God, these efforts will succumb to the selfish intentions of man.  Concepts like socialism and communism may start with good intentions, but by seeking autonomy form God, they are doomed to failure.  Zechariah visions a people that fear God and enjoy truth and justice.  This is only possible in His Kingdom.
  • Sep 9, 2018Dark Kingdoms, A Throne of Peace
    Sep 9, 2018
    Dark Kingdoms, A Throne of Peace
    Series: Zechariah
    Zechariah describes the darkness and cursing due to sinful human kingdoms.  And yet, we see a picture of the Branch, sitting on a throne as both King and High Priest.  What functions does he perform in these roles and how can we reconcile the presence of evil kingdoms under Christ’s Sovereignty?
  • Aug 26, 2018Starting Small, Cleansing All (Zechariah 3:1-4:14)
    Aug 26, 2018
    Starting Small, Cleansing All (Zechariah 3:1-4:14)
    Series: Zechariah
    God’s plan goes far beyond the priesthood of Joshua and the Nation of Israel.  Zechariah introduces, “The Branch,” of whom Joshua is just a symbol.  Though Israel must start small, it is “the faith of a mustard seed” that produces a large tree.  The Kingdom of God encompasses the whole earth and features as its main feature, a wonderfully merciful God who plucks his people from the fire and washes them clean.