The following sermon explores what Jesus claimed in the 8th chapter of the Gospel of John, specifically in verse 58. What Jesus says there has been the subject of study, research, dialogue, and debate...
“The case for learning biblical Greek is that the language is not primarily a tool for use in ministry, but rather that it gives us the most privileged place from which to listen to the voice of our Lord.”
There are numerous stories of soldiers in wartime escaping their captors. Many times they are recaptured and imprisoned once again, or worse. The accounts of their bravery, and oftentimes their sacrifice, stir the soul with amazement.
The Bible speaks of a captivity we all face. Is there any hope to get out alive?
The Perfect One bears imperfection. The Spotless One bears the stain. The Living One enters the tomb. The Dying One lives again. The One who created me bids me to come. Come to the...
it is important for us to wrestle with predestination and understand what it means to the best of our ability.
Stick with reading your Bible regularly. Don’t let it go. Jesus is displayed in his glory in the text. Savor what it tells you, what it teaches you. You have been called into the faith, into learning Christ as a lifelong endeavor. Seek him in the pages, and you will find he is most glorious indeed.
Our union with Christ, our being “in Christ”, is one of the major themes in Romans 6. Pastor Patrick Abednroth of Omaha Bible Church continues in the series Jesus is Better with the fourth...
Impassibility may be defined in this way: “God does not experience emotional changes either from within or effected by his relationship to creation.”
God has so written the Bible in such a way that it accomplishes his great and glorious purposes, even in the normal patterns of life for everyday people. He molds you and shapes you through what you read in the Scriptures.It is a book which truly does change you for the better.
Pastor Patrick Abendroth continues the series using Romans 5. The last Adam is far, far better than the first Adam. Please click here to listen.
In today’s post, we will look to a recent issue of Credo Magazine. They spent time diving into the historic doctrine of the impassibility of God. We will be spending the next several Mondays with this doctrine, to try to give you a feel for the biblical and historic position without drowning you in a flood of links. Personally, I don’t like to drink from a doctrinal firehose and I’m assuming you’re bent in a similar way.