Our Great Savior!

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If you miss any of our Evening Worship series, please listen below.  Come join us at 6 on Sunday night!

August 27 – Our Superior Savior

Scripture(s): Hebrews 1:1-4

The book of Hebrews is deep book with a simple message: Jesus is the best expression of God that we could ever wish for or imagine.  Chase after Him.

September 3 – The Son is No Mere Angel

Scripture(s): Hebrews 1:5-14

No matter how great a thing is, nothing is better than the Creator.  That is the relationship between Jesus and angels.  He is greater.

September 17 – The Consequences of Jesus’ Greatness

Scripture(s): Hebrews 2:1-4 with assorted other verses from Hebrews

Truth has consequences.  There is no truth greater than the fact that Jesus is greater than all.  So, what happens now that Jesus has revealed Himself to the world?

September 24 – A Little Lower

Scripture(s): Hebrews 2:5-18

When Jesus became human he was brought low. To him it was worth it.

October 1 – Called to Faithfulness

We have people in our lives who speak to us even though we are no longer around them. Do we let Moses do that?

October 8 – Hard Hearts Hurt

Scripture(s): Hebrews 3:7-19

Therefore… because of the faithfulness of Jesus and Moses… Don’t get hard.

October 15 – Holding Fast Because of Others

Scripture(s): Hebrews 4:1-13 

So, we can be motivated by the inspiration of others or the cost to ourselves. Can we be motivated by our love of others?

October 22 – Our Compassionate Savior

Scripture(s): Hebrews 4:14-5:10

Some people’s understanding of salvation is heavy with the consequences for sin. We emphasize those consequences because so many do not understand their need for a Savior. Yet, do we really understand why Jesus went to the trouble of dying for us? Do we know how He views us and our daily struggles to honestly love for Him? Do we know His compassion?

October 29 – The Deep Waters of Faith – Melchizedek and Jesus

Scripture(s): Heb 5:11-14; Heb 7:1-28

Studying “types” is not easy. It is important,  yet difficult work. This mysterious Melchizedek shows us that we cannot be saved by our own merit.

 

 

 

 

 

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