The great irony of redemption is played out as those dead in their sins boast of being free and those who are redeemed by Christ boast of being slaves.
May 5, 2019 • Michael McCracken
Considering The Covenants
Hebrews 10:1-10 • May 26, 2019 • Jon Paul Dennison
If the Law of Moses only had a shadow of good things, then what has the true form? If sins weren’t removed by the blood of bulls and goats, what were they removed by? If God didn’t take pleasure in sacrifices and offerings, what does he take pleasure in?
Considering Waiting (In The Finished Work Of Christ)
Hebrews 9:23-28 • May 19, 2019 • Michael McCracken
Waiting is not as much of a call to action as it is a call to a particular posture of life. This week we will spend time considering the posture of one who is eagerly waiting for His triumphant return.
Considering The Blood
Hebrews 9:15-22 • May 12, 2019 • Michael McCracken
The blood, and all that surrounds it, forces us to think deeply about what was needed and what was accomplished at the cross. In this sermon we will consider the implications of the reality that forgiveness isn’t the purpose but only the necessary means to the Father’s plan.