What Are We Remembering?

Posted on Dec 27 at 11:05am

1. We remember the body of Christ.

1 Corinthians 12:24-27

2. We remember the work of Christ.

Isaiah 9:6


God is Here | Week 3 | Deliverance

Posted on Dec 20 at 09:17am

December 20, 2015 | Sermon Notes

Matthew 1:22-23

The question forced upon Judah by this threat was one of trust: in what will God’s people trust for salvation—in human strategies of self-rescue, or in prophetic promises of divine grace? – ESV Study Bible, Introduction to Isaiah

Isaiah 7:10-16

1. God’s extends grace in order to strengthen faith.
2. Fearful hearts that refuse God’s grace become hardened hearts headed for trouble.

The king was more concerned about immediate deliverance but God is more concerned about dependence.

3. Hardened hearts exhaust and weaken others while disappointing God.
4. God’s presence in the middle of today’s fears assures us of tomorrow’s deliverance.

Isaiah 8:11-15

5. God’s presence and deliverance is fully realized in God’s Son.

December 20, 2015 | Worship Sets

Posted on Dec 20 at 09:14am

Traditional

Joy to the World

Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee

One Small Child

What Child Is This

A Baby Changes Everything

Take My Life And Let It Be

Contemporary

Joy To The World

A Baby Changes Everything

Away In A Manger

Hark the Herald

Jesus At The Center

Modern

O Come All Ye Faithful

Joy To The World

Man Of Sorrows

I Am, God With Us


December 13, 2015 | Worship Sets

Posted on Dec 13 at 08:54am

Traditional

Have You Heard About the Baby?

O Come All Ye Faithful

Once In Royal David’s City

Angels From The Realms Of Glory

The First Noel

Thou Didst Leave Thy Throne

Contemporary

O Come All Ye Faithful

I Bow Down

The First Noel

We Believe

Just As I Am

Modern

Unstoppable God

Hark the Herald

For Unto Us A Child Is Born

I Surrender

This I Believe


God is Here | Week 2 | Signs

Posted on Dec 13 at 08:49am

December 13, 2015 | Sermon Notes

 

Matthew 1:22-23

The question forced upon Judah by this threat was one of trust: in what will God’s people trust for salvation—in human strategies of self-rescue, or in prophetic promises of divine grace? – ESV Study Bible, Introduction to Isaiah

Isaiah 7:3-9

1. God’s timing is based on His sovereign calendar not our sense of urgency

Anxiety is a daily fax to God saying, “I don’t think you have my best interests in mind.” – Tim Keller

2. God power is greater than anyone and anything but is easily ignored.
3. God vision is far-reaching and perfect while ours is shortsighted and defective.