Sermons (Page 2)
As our High Priest, the sacrifice of Jesus was sufficient to be done Once – For All. There is confusion on this at times but as we see in Hebrews 10, it is very clear!
I have yet to ever refuse when someone has paid for something to not except it. When you hear it is “PAID IN FULL”, usually you are excited and receive it with joy! Well, join us Sunday as we see that Jesus has PAID IN FULL everything to have a relationship with you! Hebrews 9.
As we study Hebrews 9, we will see how rituals don’t make you a free person. True freedom only comes through the finishing work of Jesus in our lives.
a PROMISE! When we make promises, we often break them. However, God is the only one that has made promises and always keeps His PROMISES! Are you holding onto that truth? Hebrews 6:13-20
In our spiritual journey with Jesus, just as in life, there has to be maturity in our growth. We see in Hebrews 5 and 6 that the discouraged believers were not seeming to be maturing in their personal walk. WHY? Join us and see.
As we deep dive into Hebrew 4:14-5:10 we begin to see the ROYAL role that Jesus has as our High Priest. A role that He still is in as our mediator between God and mankind!
REST! What does that mean to you? How do you find REST? Where does REST come from? Join us as we dive into Hebrews 4:1-13 and see what the Bible says about REST!
We will see that the writer of Hebrews 3:7-19, prompted by the Holy Spirit, give the believers in Jesus a strong WARNING about a serious heart condition. We need to heed the same warning today as well.
Hebrews chapter 3 starts us off with a look at the house, home the body that Christ has built and is building. It requires a relationship with Him first and then the connection with His body of believers. Where is your heart? What is your focus?
We have often heard the question, Was Jesus really like me? Well, we will explore what the writer of Hebrews who was inspired by the Holy Spirit says about it as well as other parts of the Word. Join as we steep ourselves into Hebrews 2:5-18.