Far From the Father

In 'the parable of the two lost sons' in Luke 15, one son thought he messed up so bad that he was not worthy of the Father's forgiveness; the other son thought he was so good that he had no need of it. Both positions were problematic! And both sons - because of a wrong... Continue Reading →

The Last Sacrifice

This sermon expounds the powerful, life-changing teaching in Hebrews 9 and 10 and brings wonderful insight about the power of the blood of Jesus. Jesus was the fulfilment of all that the Old Testament pointed toward; He was not merely a sacrifice for our sins but the once and for all atoning sacrifice for our... Continue Reading →

The First Sacrifice

The first death in the Bible is the death of an animal killed by God to clothe naked sinners. Having lost their covering of God’s glory when they disobeyed God, Adam and Eve tried in vain to cover their nakedness by sewing fig leaves together. But nothing they did could ease their fear and shame;... Continue Reading →

God’s Family Tree

All too often people skip over the genealogy of Matthew 1 in an effort to get to the action of the Christmas story. But when properly understood, this genealogy beautifully captures the true spirit of Christmas and the heart of God in sending Jesus that very first Christmas. Looking at some unlikely characters such as... Continue Reading →

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