John 3:16 is practically synonymous with Christianity. It’s undoubtedly one of the best known and most cherished passages in all of Scripture. But why? Teaching Pastor Adam Brock explains.
Teaching Pastor Adam Brock preaches from Romans 9:14-18.
Today I’m praying that God would open our eyes to all that the Gospel offers! For those far from him, I pray you know the wonderful truth concerning justification and righteousness. For the weary saint, I pray that today you would receive encouragement from the Word, so you may stand firm and not be crushed by the waves of this world.
The gospel is the Good News, that God has done for us what we could have never done for ourselves. Through the perfect life, sacrificial death, and victorious resurrection of Jesus, we now have a way to be forgiven and made righteous and new! That’s the good news of the gospel.
Teaching Pastor Adam Brock preaches about common responses to the Christian message of Christ. Some people are amazed, some remain skeptical, still others mock and ridicule. Whatever your response today, we invite you to listen and to carefully consider who Christ is and what He came to do.
Jesus pointedly asked a paralyzed man beside the pool at Bethesda: "Do you want to be well". It's a question we all must answer.
Teaching Pastor Adam Brock preaches from Luke 15.
Our passage today is not the climax of the story, that’s the cross, but it is a distinct turning point. I’m praying that for many of you reading this, today could be a turning point in your life. Maybe a turn to Jesus or a turning back to faith, or a turn that takes you even deeper with the Lord.