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    December 09, 2018
    Advent Scripture:
    Psalms 130:1-8
    Speaker: John Moon - Psalm 130 was uniquely used in the life of John Wesley. He was a pastor, a minister, who was yet unconverted! It is well known that he was struck forcibly by reading of the introduction to the book o...

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Sun, Dec 09, 2018
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47 mins 51 secs
Speaker: John Moon - Psalm 130 was uniquely used in the life of John Wesley. He was a pastor, a minister, who was yet unconverted! It is well known that he was struck forcibly by reading of the introduction to the book of Romans written by Martin Luther that declared salvation by faith alone-It is less known that in the St. Paul's Cathedral that same afternoon he had heard and been deeply moved by, Psalm 130. The refrain of the choir in the cathedral "If God should mark and equities who could stand" reverberated it in his heart and he realized that he could not stand before God except that he stood guilty. It is important to understand how offensive sin is to a holy God, but how do we keep the awareness of our sinful state from sending us into spiritual despondency? May Psalm 130 encourage us to follow the Psalmist's example by crying out to Jesus and asking him for mercy when we find ourselves in the depths of sins despair. It is only by turning away from ourselves and trusting in Christ's sacrifice on our behalf that we will find a cure for our iniquity. In this advent season, Christ is the only hope that will not fail.
Sun, Dec 02, 2018
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46 mins 38 secs
Speaker: Will Galkin - Every generation has their own manifestations of sin and brokenness. In Matthew 1 we discover the broken lineage of Jesus. Yet, through a genealogy that is full of adultery, murder, and other sins, God's faithfulness is revealed. For 400 years the people of God did not receive any fresh revelation. Then, like a start shining out of the darkest night, Jesus is announced as the Savior of the World. Based on these observations we will see that God is His faithfulness keeps His promises, triumphs over our discouraging past, and provides for our deepest need.
God is Enough
Sun, Nov 25, 2018
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Speaker: Jon Kopp - Due to an error, the sermon audio is not available. In today's text, Paul asks three revealing questions and makes three stabilizing declarations to show us that God is enough for us. "God sticks up for us, provides for us, and justifies us. He is loyal, generous, and just...God fights for us, God gives to us, and God defends us... – no matter what happens. God is for us in friendship, God is over us in provision, God is around us in protection...Therefore, we should never feel opposed by God, we should never feel deprived by God, we should never feel condemned by God and we should never feel abandoned by God. May we so believe the gospel that we live in the atmosphere of God’s overcoming partnership, God’s over-compensating generosity, and God’s overruling salvation." (Raymond Ortlund, Jr.)
Resolved Praise
Sun, Nov 18, 2018
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49 mins 25 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - There are no easy answers to be found in Habakkuk. He treats issues that are profound and complex, requiring serious prayer, thoughtful reflection, and persistent faith. The outer world with its evil conduct and wicked affairs remained the same; Habakkuk’s circumstances didn’t change. But the prophet turned to praise the Lord because he had heard God’s voice. He knew the ultimate outcome of history and was determined to rejoice in the saving power and strength of God. In the end God may not change your circumstances, but he can change you to meet the circumstances. Even in the face of relentless pain, you can be resolved to praise God.
Treasured Texts
Sun, Nov 18, 2018
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35 mins 37 secs
Speaker: John Moon
Resolved Praise
Sun, Nov 11, 2018
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37 mins 3 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - It seems at last the struggles of Habakkuk have come to some resolution. God has revealed his plan for just judgement and told the prophet to watch and wait. In the end, injustice, evil, Pain in the pollution of society would be stopped by the Lord who is sovereignly into groundIn his holy temple (2:20). Habakkuk has no more questions, no further need to plead his cause, he has no case to make, or compliant to voice. He has learned to keep silent before the Lord whose glory will cover the earth (2:14). The prophet has been hushed, and turns to the Lord with a prayer of praise and worship. It is as though faith has truly triumphed in Habakkuk's perplexing situation. He has embraced the perspective of heaven and has submitted to the Lord's timing and means of intervention. All Habakkuk can do at this juncture is accept the just and merciful dealings of the Lord and cast himself upon God's care. May the Lord teach us to do the same in the midst of our trials and perplexities.
Treasured Texts
Sun, Nov 11, 2018
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36 mins 51 secs
Speaker: John Moon
Resolved Praise
Sun, Nov 04, 2018
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1 hr 1 mins 55 secs
Speaker: Lukus Counterman - One of the five rallying cries of the Protestant Reformation was the statement that we are saved by faith alone – sola fide! These words declared that salvation does not come from looking at our own works of righteousness, but from looking outside ourselves to another, to the person and work of Jesus Christ. The Bible is very clear that our own works do not merit salvation or eternal life (Titus 3:5; Eph. 2:9; Rom. 3:10). This means that no matter how good we are, we can never measure up to God’s standard (Rom. 3:23; Matt. 19:17; Isaiah 64:6). Our salvation depends solely and wholly upon Jesus as our substitute (2Cor. 5:21), and Savior from sin (John 1:29). Faith is the instrument or vessel that joins us to Christ and unites us to his righteousness. This treasured text in (Habakkuk 2:4) is a foundational stone for the biblical doctrine of justification by faith. Some say that the famous phrase is the key to the whole book, and perhaps the central theme of Scripture at large. God tells the prophet that “The righteous shall live by his faith.”
Treasured Texts
Sun, Nov 04, 2018
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43 mins 40 secs
Speaker: John Moon -
Standalone Messages
Sun, Oct 28, 2018
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36 mins 46 secs
Speaker: Jotham Manoranjan - Toady we take a break from our regular series in the book of Habakkuk and study of passage from 1 Corinthians. We are introduced to a gospel-centric account of Paul's missionary journey to Corinth. Paul characterizes his time in Corinth as a time of weakness and fear, and yet we see the miraculous work of God in building up his church. We see evidence of the spirits working in bringing those who are blinded and lost to the light of the glory of the Gospel. Join us today as we study the life of Paul, his message, am a conversion of the believers at Corinth.