Please join us as Pastor Mark Blowers teaches on Hebrews 1:1-4. God is speaking; is anyone listening?
God doesn’t promise us that the Christian will be easy (like a casual walk on a treadmill) even though life can often be going good and things may being going smooth for the moment.
The Christian life will be more like an obstacle course. You will have troubles, and you won’t see them coming. Trials stink. They hurt, and they are confusing — but our Hope is in Christ, and he can help us through it all.
Please join us today as Pastor Michael Whitcomb brings us an overview of the book of Habakkuk.
Paul has spent the first 11 chapters of Romans describing the Gospel, leading to a moment of worship and exclamation when viewing the Palace that God built. It leads him to a moment of awe and joy that overwhelms him and and should take us right along with him.
We’ve spent a great deal of time working verse by verse through the book of Romans and have made it through a lot of heavy doctrine in the process. Though we’ve worshiped our great God throughout and have marveled at His redemptive story each week, we come tomorrow to Paul’s worship-filled conclusion of the first 11 chapters.
Paul is in awe. In awe of God. In awe of His gospel. In awe of its depths. In awe of His mercy and grace to redeem. You see, Gospel doctrine leads to Gospel doxology! I’m amped for this study and want to invite you all to prepare your hearts to worship our amazing God as we contemplate His remarkable, breathtaking, and beautiful truth!
As we’ve wrestled with the questions of whether God has abandoned Israel, we’ve seen that His grace is emphatic that His promises are still intact and certain. In today’s message, we peek ahead to a time when it will no longer be promises but fulfilled.