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Pastor Lukus Counterman
Sun, Apr 16, 2017
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54 mins 45 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Because He lives believers have hope. In fact, our passage today teaches us we have a living hope. It is more sure than anything we can experience on this earth. You may count on the sun to rise, but because the Son of God did rise, you will have a tomorrow, whether on this side or the other! Make sure you know Christ this Easter. He is “the Way, the Truth, and the Life” and no man comes to the Father except through Him. Because of his sacrificial death on the cross, you do not have to suffer punishment for your sins. Because of his powerful resurrection, you can have victory over sins and the promise of eternal life forever in heaven. You may not have an earthly inheritance, but if your hope is in Christ alone, you have an inheritance in heaven that no one can take away from you! You may not have money or lots of friends or more good days than bad, but if your hope is alive in Christ, you will have all eternity to enjoy Jesus. Take heart, Christ has overcome the world! Let your hope be settled today.
Pastor Lukus Counterman
Sun, Apr 09, 2017
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49 mins 41 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - We think so much about the missionary journeys of Paul, but did you know that Philip had some missionary journeys as well? Acts 8 talks about some of the gospel work this faithful deacon and evangelist was involved in. He preached to crowds in Samaria and many came to Christ. But he also shared the good news with individuals like the Ethiopian eunuch. In our text today we will see how Philip shared the message of the cross with a broken and lonely man and it ended up radically transforming his identity. The cross-work of Christ eclipsed the things that seemed to previously define him, and in Christ he was made new. Grace liberated him from his deficiencies and defects and rooted him firmly in Jesus. May the Lord change each of us today through a comprehensive grasp of Christ’s substitutionary work on the cross.