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Him We Proclaim Podcast

Dr. John Fonville

The Gospel Makes Prayer Possible, Part 1

The Lord's Prayer • March 1, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

How you feel about prayer? Does it feel like an obligation or maybe you can’t wait to pray because you want to see more victory about things. Well, as always it’s good to get a foundation. Today we’re going to learn that some of the ways we are taught about prayer are a result of “proof texting” and legalism that can take away the joy of living in victorious prayer with our Lord Jesus.

He Saved Us Because He Loves Us, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 26, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) This is the concluding message from A Gospel Greeting. John has been walking us through a Galatians study where Paul strongly confronted a religious group who had a deadly formula of law and gospel that they used to burden God’s people and make the gospel conditional. In other words if you do this, you’ll get God’s favor and save yourselves. Well, Jesus is the only one who could fulfill the law. The rest of us sinners depend on God’s grace and mercy. But today things take another and very special turn—and that is God Saved Us … because He Loved Us.

He Saved Us Because He Loves Us, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 25, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

Today is the concluding message from A Gospel Greeting. John has been walking us through a Galatians study where Paul strongly confronted a religious group who had a deadly formula of law and gospel that they used to burden God’s people and make the gospel conditional. In other words if you do this, you’ll get God’s favor and save yourselves. Well, Jesus is the only one who could fulfill the law. The rest of us sinners depend on God’s grace and mercy. But today things take another and very special turn—and that is God Saved Us … because He Loved Us.

The Gospel Is From Our God And Father, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 24, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) Today we are asking the question, where does the Gospel come from? Sounds a little complicated doesn’t it? Well, that could be because our view of the gospel might be a little off. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking somehow the Gospel involves us and what WE bring to the table. Well, the good news is the gospel of Christian freedom comes directly from the will of God the Father.

The Gospel Is From Our God And Father, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 23, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

Today we are asking the question, where does the Gospel come from? Sounds a little complicated doesn’t it? Well, that could be because our view of the gospel might be a little off. It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking somehow the Gospel involves us and what WE bring to the table. Well, the good news is the gospel of Christian freedom comes directly from the will of God the Father.

The Gospel Delivers Us From This Present Evil Age, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 22, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) Today, John Fonville asks us: What is the Purpose of the Gospel? Is it really like we often year -- to improve your life in the here and now? And what do we really bring to the table? Does God help those who help themselves? Today John will help us see that the purpose of the gospel is to rescue us.

The Gospel Delivers Us From This Present Evil Age, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 19, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

Today, John Fonville asks us: What is the Purpose of the Gospel? Is it really like we often year -- to improve your life in the here and now? And what do we really bring to the table? Does God help those who help themselves? Today John will help us see that the purpose of the gospel is to rescue us.

The Significant Resurrection, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 18, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

How can we be assured that Christ’s death on the cross is actually good enough to save us? Well, as we like to say, that’s the end of the story. Jesus, was resurrected. Resurrection is what authenticates the Gospel, and it gives us hope for our own spiritual resurrection. We are in a Galatians study called "A Gospel Greeting", and we are coming to the part where Paul the Apostle, refers to the resurrection to call out some false teachers, and keep the Gospel pure.

The Significant Resurrection, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 17, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

How can we be assured that Christ’s death on the cross is actually good enough to save us? Well, as we like to say, that’s the end of the story. Jesus, was resurrected. Resurrection is what authenticates the Gospel, and it gives us hope for our own spiritual resurrection. We are in a Galatians study called "A Gospel Greeting", and we are coming to the part where Paul the Apostle, refers to the resurrection to call out some false teachers, and keep the Gospel pure.

You Are Covered, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 16, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) Last time we heard an encouraging word about the satisfying Gospel. Today, a follow up message called, “You Are Covered”. God sees believers through the lens of Jesus who not only satisfied the penalty for sin but as we are going to hear today, He also sees us through the lens of being covered in perfect robes of righteousness. This encouraging message comes to us from our Galatians study called A Gospel Greeting.

You Are Covered, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 15, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

Last time we heard an encouraging word about the satisfying Gospel. Today, a follow up message called, “You Are Covered”. God sees believers through the lens of Jesus who not only satisfied the penalty for sin but as we are going to hear today, He also sees us through the lens of being covered in perfect robes of righteousness. This encouraging message comes to us from our Galatians study called A Gospel Greeting.

The Satisfying Gospel, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 12, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) It’s safe to say that the deepest desire in our hearts is for comfort and assurance that we are right with God. And that God is unconditionally satisfied with the work of Jesus on the cross for our sins. That’s what the Galatian believers are being offered in the message today. As Paul brings this comforting message, he is at the same time battling off an age-old mixture of law and gospel that a religious group was using to burden God’s people and make the gospel conditional. Let’s find out more how to spot that same tactic today.

The Satisfying Gospel, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 11, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

It’s safe to say that the deepest desire in our hearts is for comfort and assurance that we are right with God. And that God is unconditionally satisfied with the work of Jesus on the cross for our sins. That’s what the Galatian believers are being offered in the message today. As Paul brings this comforting message, he is at the same time battling off an age-old mixture of law and gospel that a religious group was using to burden God’s people and make the gospel conditional. Let’s find out more how to spot that same tactic today.

Grace and Peace to You, Part 2

A Gospel Greeting • February 10, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

(Part 2) This next lesson shows us how the gospel is what separates Christianity from all other religions, and it offers what sinners need most: Grace and Peace. Of course this study comes to us from Paul’s letter to Galatians, a church that was dealing with false teachers who were undermining not only Paul, but the Gospel of Grace and Peace he was bringing to God’s people. Let’s find out more shall we? Here’s a message called Grace and Peace to You.

Grace and Peace to You, Part 1

A Gospel Greeting • February 9, 2021 • Dr. John Fonville

This next lesson shows us how the gospel is what separates Christianity from all other religions, and it offers what sinners need most: Grace and Peace. Of course this study comes to us from Paul’s letter to Galatians, a church that was dealing with false teachers who were undermining not only Paul, but the Gospel of Grace and Peace he was bringing to God’s people. Let’s find out more shall we? Here’s a message called Grace and Peace to You.

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