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Is Salvation a Matter of Your Free Will… or God’s?

Is Salvation a Matter of Your Free Will… or God’s?

The issue of the gospel is not how do we get sinful people to a holy God; but how does a holy God come to sinful people without violating His holiness and justice? The answer is cross (Heb 2:17). But in evangelism is God a frustrated suitor nervously waiting for sinful man to choose Him? Does man have a free will to choose God; or does God alone have a free will to choose man? (Romans 9:10-24)

DISCOVERY This Sunday Night, November 22nd at 6pm!

DISCOVERY This Sunday Night, November 22nd at 6pm!

Come join us as we seek answers and wisdom from God’s Word to any question that’s on your heart and mind!

“In the way of Your testimonies I delight as much as in all riches. I will delight in Your statutes; I will not forget Your Word. Your testimonies are my delight; they are my counselors.” Psalm‬ ‭119:14, 16, 24‬

The God of Endurance and Encouragement, Rom 15:1-7

The God of Endurance and Encouragement, Rom 15:1-7

February 16th, 2014. As a preemptive to a Revelation 16 and the final fury of God’s wrath upon those who reject Christ and serve the Beast, pastor Steve looks at Romans 15:1-7 on “The God of Endurance and Encouragement.” This is a special message on what makes the church Christ’s grace-filled community on earth.

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

“The Christians Bill of Rights” (living godly in a pagan society)

In Augustine’s brilliant tome, “The City of God”, he depicts members of two societies: The City of God and The City of Man. Both are bound by God’s sovereignty; both are under the authority of His Word, but the two cities posses very different realities.

The Israel Of God (pt 9) “The Gospel of God – Jesus Is Lord!” (Romans 10:9-13)

The Israel Of God (pt 9) “The Gospel of God – Jesus Is Lord!” (Romans 10:9-13)

June 22nd, 2014. Pastor Steve revisits Romans 10:9-13 on The Gospel of God focusing on the great truth that Jesus is Lord! The acknowledgment that Jesus is Lord means that He “shares the name and the nature, holiness, authority, power, majesty and eternity of the one and only true God!” -Cranfield

The Reason for Our Redemption (pt 1) “Sinners In The Hands of a Holy God” (Ephesians 2:1-3)

The Reason for Our Redemption (pt 1) “Sinners In The Hands of a Holy God” (Ephesians 2:1-3)

Pastor Steve unfolds the weighty doctrine of sin found in Ephesians 2:1-3. He’s titled it, “Sinners In The Hands of A Holy God.” May your hearts be stirred to the greatness of our salvation in Jesus because of the forgiveness of the depth of our own sin!

The Reason for Our Redemption (pt 3) “The New Community in Jesus” (Ephesians 2:11-22)

The Reason for Our Redemption (pt 3) “The New Community in Jesus” (Ephesians 2:11-22)

This week Pastor Steve begins Ephesians 2:11-22 on The New Community in Jesus or From Disunity to Community. This message has as a sub-theme overcoming racism. There was no greater racial tension than what the early church experienced between Jew and Gentile. The gospel was powerful in bringing down that dividing wall! May we learn from its truths in our day.