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The Sovereign Grace of God

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Speaker: Michael Dietzel | Date: August 11, 2019 | Text: Hosea 11

Sermon Summary

Many people characterize God's character in the Old Testament as that of an angry, hateful abuser. He is called a God of wrath who has no love. But this is not the God of the Old Testament. The God of the Old Testament, who is the same God as today, is loving, merciful, and gracious. He hates sin and punishes it righteously, but his sovereign grace abounds beyond our comprehension. In Jesus Christ, God's justice and mercy meet, and he pours out salvation to all who believe in him. 

The Object of True Hope

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Speaker: Otto Skoog | Date: August 4, 2019 | Text: Isaiah 40

Sermon Summary

Isaiah 40:31 famously promises that those who wait on the Lord will mount up on wings like eagles, they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not grow faint. But what does it mean to wait on the Lord? It means to hold fast to his promises in eager expectation. God strengthens his followers through his tender promises, his sovereign greatness, and ultimately through Jesus Christ. No rest or hope is available outside of faith in Jesus Christ.

The Supremacy of Christ in the Home of the Christian

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Speaker: JD Summers | Date: July 28, 2019 | Text: Colossians 3:18-21

Sermon Summary

The commands Paul gives to the family are essential expressions of a heart that is fully committed to the supremacy of Christ. If we see ourselves as supreme, then wives will reject their husband’s leadership, husbands will be harsh, children will not obey, and fathers will provoke their children. But if Christ is supreme in our homes, we will display something radically different; and Christ will be seen as preeminent.

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