The Gospel According to Moses
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 28 views • 46:57
The central issue of Christianity is the cross, for it was upon the cross that Jesus died. All sin of all people, from Adam to the last person to pass through a birth canal was placed on the heart and shoulders of the Lamb of God. What was it that motivated Jesus to do such a thing? It had everything to do with the heart relationship he had with his Father. Push rewind thousands of years. Under the Law of Moses, the central issue between Israel and the Lord was a matter of the heart. Indeed, the heart of the matter is the heart. Come with the Grace United crew as we hear God's call resonate down through the ages: "Give me your heart."
From Egypt To Glory
Geoff Lightsey • Sermon • • 0 views
Israel was given new life, they were free. There were still self inflicted wounds that needed healing, sin. God healed them when they looked to Him for their salvation.
We live in the Age of Information. The answer to virtually any question is at your fingertips. But for all the collective knowledge of the human race, there’s one question that nobody on earth can answer, “What happens when you die? What exactly is heaven like?” Every few years someone claims to have…
The Gospel of John
Rick Crandall • Sermon • • 954 views
1. God's love stretches to the widest span. 2. God's love gave us the greatest gift. 3. God's love suffered the greatest sacrifice. 4. God's love calls for the greatest confidence. 5. God's love results in the greatest rescue.
Pr. Benjamin Tomczak • Sermon • • 4,794 views
“Men loved the darkness instead of light.” What a word. It’s not that men haven’t seen the light. They have. They chose the dark. The proof’s in the pudding: “their deeds were evil.” More than just choosing darkness, men actively hate the light. They hate the light because it ruins their lives. “Everyone…
Emmanuel Haqq • Sermon • • 20 views
How Can I Have Eternal Life? John 3:9-19 September 21, 2008 The meanings of words change so much sometimes that it’s hard to even use the word anymore. Did you know that “nice” used to (13th century) be an insult, meaning foolish or stupid? More recently, “Spam” was canned meat made by Hormel, but now…