Below are downloadable audio files of the messages presented on Sunday mornings. Usually, the last two sermon series are available so you can follow the entire theme. Sermon notes are included, however notes from visiting Pastors or missionaries may not be available. browse the library and enjoy.
When we come to Christ, we are set free from being slaves to “the elemental principles of this world.” We are adopted as sons and heirs of what we don’t deserve. (The basic idea of “karma” is — you get what you deserve. And we are set free from living by that worldly principle.)
There is no race, people, tongue or gender that distinguishes us in the body of Christ. We are all equal.
The law of old is not gone. Today it abides side-by-side with our faith in Christ.
While hemmed in by the Red Sea and the Egyptians, God told Israel to Stand, See and be Silent while He fought for them. That’s good advise as we enter 2020.
Our flesh want to move us away from faith in Christ to independence. Christ wants to move us away from the flesh-life of independence to voluntary dependence upon Him so that He can work through us.
Are we being led away from a gospel of grace to a law of works? If we are, what are we thinking?
As God’s children, our goal should be to glorify our father and enjoy Him forever. We can only do this by allowing Christ to live in us, and through us.
Without Christ, we are slaves to the law. With Christ, we find our freedom as we put our self-life behind us.
Paul reminds the Galatians of the importance of being fearless in our pursuit of grace over law.