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    June 17, 2018
    John - That You May Believe Scripture:
    John 18:28-19:16
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    Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Jesus is the Passover Lamb, the King, and truth, who became the redemptive sacrifice for the world when he, the Son of Man, was exchanged for the "sons of mankind" in order to release them fro...
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John - That You May Believe
Sun, Jun 17, 2018
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52 mins
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - Jesus is the Passover Lamb, the King, and truth, who became the redemptive sacrifice for the world when he, the Son of Man, was exchanged for the "sons of mankind" in order to release them from their enslavement to sin, death, and the foreign power of this world. This text continues to depict the events surrounding the sacrificial death of the Son of God. Jesus has already been arrested and interrogated by the Jewish authorities; in this pericope, he is taken and handed over to the Roman authorities who perform the equivalent of a Roman trial of Jesus so as to respond to the legal requirements and political tension shared between them. The narrative intentionally contrasts Christ with two significant characters and what they represent: "the Jews" (representing the authorities of Judaism) and Pilate (representing the power of Rome).
Men of Integrity
Sun, Jun 17, 2018
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29 mins 4 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin
John - That You May Believe
Sun, Jun 10, 2018
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51 mins 34 secs
Speaker: John Moon - This passage directly follows Jesus’ arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane, Judas had betrayed him to the Roman and Jewish authorities and Jesus had willingly allowed himself to be captured. Now Jesus is being taken to the first of several trials before Jewish and Roman courts. In John 18:12-27 there is an interplay of two dramas that brings into focus opposite truths that are foundational to all of Christian Doctrine: the glory of Christ and the sinfulness of man. Those truths are evident from the contrast between Christ’s faithfulness and Peter’s faithlessness; His courage and Peter’s cowardice; His sacrificial love and Peter’s self-preserving lies. The narrative goes back and forth between Jesus’s trial by the High Priest Emeritus Annus, and Peter’s series of denials. In effect, you see both Peter and Jesus encountering different interrogations with very different responses. May God help us to rely on his grace as we encounter his Word.
Men of Integrity
Sun, Jun 10, 2018
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35 mins 58 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin
John - That You May Believe
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
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39 mins 13 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin - After finishing the upper room discourse Jesus took His true disciples to place of refuge. Across the Valley of Kidron there was a garden that was within the jurisdiction of Jerusalem that Jesus would often retreat to. That night He and the disciples were betrayed. Roman soldiers and Jewish leaders were shown the way by Judas the traitor. The disciples’ world began to fall around them. All of their expectations of what they thought they knew about Jesus were in doubt. Yet, through it all Jesus was demonstrating that He was trustworthy and in control. Jesus is sovereign in the midst of betrayal, failures and weaknesses and suffering.
Men of Integrity
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
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32 mins 19 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin
Sharing Jesus Without Freaking Out
Sun, Jun 03, 2018
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24 mins 4 secs
Speaker: Christy Galkin Video Link: https://thestoryfilm.com/watch
John - That You May Believe
Sun, May 27, 2018
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1 hr 0 mins 9 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - John 17 is one of the greatest chapters in the Bible and certainly one of the most treasured. In 1572, John Knox, the English Reformer, asked that this passage be read to him every day as illness took over and he drew closer and closer to death. In his final moments, as he took his last breath, he wanted to hear the whisper of Jesus praying.
John - That You May Believe
Sun, May 20, 2018
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36 mins 22 secs
Speaker: Jon Kopp - Due to technical difficulties, only part of this sermon was recorded. "Let us be courageous and rejoice always, believing that we are safe. Let us consider that the Lord is with us, who broke evil’s power. Let us consider and lay to heart that while the Lord is with us, our foes can do us no hurt…If they see us rejoicing in the Lord, contemplating the bliss of the future, mindful of the Lord, deeming all things in His hand, and that no evil spirit has any strength against the Christian, nor any power at all over us— they are discomfited and turned backwards. Thus, if we are wishful to despise the enemy, let us ponder over the things of the Lord, and let the soul ever rejoice in hope." (Athanasius) Big idea: In Jesus, we have courageous joy. Because, in Jesus, 1. sorrow is transformed, 2. Prayer is answered, 3. Victory is secure. #1 In Jesus, Sorrow is Transformed. a. Sorrow is inevitable b. Sorrow is productive #2 In Jesus, Prayer is Answered. a. When we pray in Jesus’ name. b. Because the Father Himself loves us. #3 In Jesus, Victory is secure. a. Not secure in ourselves. b. Secure in Jesus - the overcomer.