Sermons from September 2016
The Lord’s Supper is a holy meal that reminds us that Christ died as the atoning sacrifice for our sins, proclaims that good news to all who will hear, and invites all who will to be made right with God.
As believers, we must choose the examples we follow carefully because the attitudes and actions we emulate will not only have dramatic effects upon others, but they will also give evidence of a true relationship with God, or the lack thereof.
As believers, we have the responsibility and duty to engage in synergistic relationships with other brothers and sisters committed to advancing the truth of the gospel and bringing glory to the name of Jesus Christ.
As believers, we must beware of the insidious danger of any teaching that denies Jesus’ full divinity and full humanity, and we must not aid and abet those who proclaim such heresy.