Being saved or protected from harm or a deliverance from sin
In this 1/16/22 sermon, Mike Gowens considers 2 Corinthians 1:10 in a biblical examination of the verb "to save." References in Scripture to "salvation" (or its synonym "deliverance") do not always speak of deliverance in the ultimate sense. To understand the correct sense in which a particular verse speaks of salvation, it is important to ask the question, "Saved from what?" In this message, Brother Mike looks at a number of examples in which God has saved, does save, and will save in the lives of his children.
Dave "The Ariana Grande of Sacramental Evangelization" VanVickle and I continue with the fifth part of our series on the relationship between faith and the sacraments by discussing the role of the Church in God's plan of salvation. We explain why the Church is the universal sacrament of salvation, and why it is called to always be on mission. Snippet from the Show The visible Church is not an “add-on”, it's fundamental to how Christ wants to change the world. We want to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions/comments Don't forget to text “EKSB” to 33-777 to get the shownotes right to your inbox! You can also find the full shownotes at www.ascensionpress.com/EveryKneeShallBow
Last time, Pastor Don Green pointed out the difference between a person who's at least somewhat receptive to a gospel witness and what appears to be a hopeless mocker. Jesus gives us the prescription for that latter person, and we'll discover what that is, along with three other practical points from Pastor Don on today's program. So turn in your Bible to Matthew 7.--https---www.thetruthpulpit.com
At midnight the LORD struck down all the firstborn in the land of Egypt, from the firstborn of Pharaoh who sat on his throne to the firstborn of the captive who was in the dungeon, and the firstborn of the livestock.
When you encounter mockers who don't accept a word you have to say about the Gospel, at what point do you move on to more fertile possibilities- That's the question Pastor Don Green will address today on The Truth Pulpit.--https---www.thetruthpulpit.com-
Week Three Reflections with Hunter https://youtu.be/uUq-zxEcBPM It was a night to remember, It was a horrific night. when judgement struck the firstborn of Egypt. But for everyone who put the blood of a spotless lamb over their doorposts, death passed over them. Though death was executing judgement on some, it did not and could not, for others, because a substitute was offered instead, a spotless Lamb. “The next day John saw Jesus coming toward him and said, “Look! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!” (Jn 1:29) All through the New Testament we see it spoken of. In I Cor 5:7 we're told that “Christ, our Passover Lamb, has been sacrificed for us.” 2 Cor 5:19 “God was in christ reconciling the world to himself.” In this, we see that we are reconciled to Him by the shedding of his blood, for us. With that, Jesus has won our peace with God. This is a day to be remembered. It is the beginning of days, where life begins. We can look back on the moment when, as a guilty sinner, we humbly confessed our need for Him and claimed Jesus Christ as our Savior – the one who, alone, gives us peace with God. It is the beginning of days on the darkest of nights. The Israelites were told to eat this Passover meal with a staff in their hand. When God reconciles us to himself, brings us to life through his death, he does that, fully intending that we start walking. Participating with Him, in the new life that you have in him. Part of what this new life has purchased for us is the ability to walk with Him. The Israelites had to go through the Red Sea, through the wilderness, and into the land of Canaan. We have been offered salvation from condemnation of our sins, so that we can go on a life-changing walk with God. This walk of life takes us into the land of promise and blessing. There will be battles along the way. Through our Red Sea and through all of life's challenges, we are walking with him. It's not just about getting us out of Egypt and into the desert. It's about getting us into the Land…to bring us from death to Life! Salvation isn't simply to clear the decks and reconcile us to God. It's also a salvation that puts a staff in our hand and calls us to walk with him, learn from him, and experience his life now, daily, not just when we die. Move forward in faith, in the Life that has been purchased for you, in Christ. Learn what it is to walk in Him and He in you. It's his power that has delivered us from our Egypt. And it's his power that will enable us to live in the Land of Promise and blessing today.
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The Church at Pergamos was a congregation of faithful saints with one major issue: They tolerated certain false teachers who, in some way, encouraged loose living which resulted in sin. Jesus’ message to them was simple. They were to handle it, or He would handle it. Join us for this message from Revelation chapter 2, … Continue reading "The Church at Pergamos"
Is the Gospel: Power or Talk? For All or Some? Received by Faith or Works? Join us as we read and pray through the book of Romans. The Apostle Paul declares to the Roman church that he is not ashamed of the Gospel because it is God's power for salvation for all who live. We pray that through reading Paul's letter our church would grow bold in the Gospel to see salvation, change, and unity through the power of Jesus.
If King David suffered from a -log in his own eye,- are we any different- We hear things about the world or other people that outrage us, but we somehow are less outraged about our own failings. That's the continuing subject of Pastor Don Green's message- Righteousness Starts at Home. --TheTruthPulpit.com
Salvation by grace, the principle of salvation by the grace of God alone, did not originate at the cross. Broadcast #7385To help support this podcast, please visit walkwiththeking.org/donate and select "Podcast" from the dropdown menu.A transcript of this broadcast is available on our website here.
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To support the ministry and get access to exclusive content, go to: http://patreon.com/logicalbiblestudy Luke 1: 1-4, 4: 14-21 - 'This text is being fulfilled today even as you listen.' Catechism of the Catholic Church Paragraphs: - 1286 (in 'Confirmation in the Economy of Salvation') - In the Old Testament the prophets announced that the Spirit of the Lord would rest on the hoped-for Messiah for his saving mission (abbreviated) - 436 (in 'Christ') - It was necessary that the Messiah be anointed by the Spirit of the Lord at once as king and priest, and also as prophet. Jesus fulfilled the messianic hope of Israel in his threefold office of priest, prophet, and king (abbreviated) - 695 (in 'Symbols of the Holy Spirit') - Its full force can be grasped only in relation to the primary anointing accomplished by the Holy Spirit, that of Jesus. Christ (in Hebrew “messiah”) means the one “anointed” by God's Spirit. There were several anointed ones of the Lord in the Old Covenant, pre-eminently King David. But Jesus is God's Anointed in a unique way: the humanity the Son assumed was entirely anointed by the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit established him as “Christ" (abbreviated). - 714 (in 'Expectations of the Messiah and his spirit') - This is why Christ inaugurates the proclamation of the Good News by making his own the following passage from Isaiah: The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me, because the Lord has anointed me to bring good tidings to the afflicted; he has sent me to bind up the broken hearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to those who are bound; to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor. - 544 (in 'The Proclamation of the Kingdom of God') - The kingdom belongs to the poor and lowly, which means those who have accepted it with humble hearts. Jesus is sent to “preach good news to the poor” (abbreviated) - 2443 (in 'Love for the Poor') - When “the poor have the good news preached to them,” it is the sign of Christ's presence (abbreviated) - 1168 (in 'The Liturgical Year') - Beginning with the Easter Triduum as its source of light, the new age of the Resurrection fills the whole liturgical year with its brilliance. Gradually, on either side of this source, the year is transfigured by the liturgy. It really is a “year of the Lord's favor" (abbreviated) Got a Bible question? Send an email to email@example.com, and it will be answered in an upcoming episode! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daily-gospel-exegesis/message
Welcome to Through the Psalms, a weekend ministry of The Truth Pulpit. Over time, we will study all 150 psalms with Pastor Don Green from Truth Community Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. We're glad you're with us. Let's open to the Psalms now as we join our teacher in The Truth Pulpit.--thetruthpulpit.com
It's easy to criticize others. How much harder it is to engage in honest self-examination. Today Pastor Don Green will be focusing on the well-known passage in our Lord's Sermon on the Mount dealing with the speck in another's eye vs. the log in your eye. It's a caution to be careful in your critique of others in light of your sins. So have your Bible handy.--thetruthpulpit.com
Alenka Artnik grew up in Slovenia in a loving but complicated family. Her father was an alcoholic, and her brother was addicted to drugs. Years of pain and grief meant that Alenka found herself feeling lost and alone. But then, just when she most needed it, when she'd thought about taking her own life – she found freediving and sanctuary in an underwater world. Drawing on her own personal, physical and mental strength, she is now a world champion freediver. Last year she broke world records by diving to an astonishing 122 metres. If you are affected by issues raised in this programme there is confidential support on the BBC Action line website, or at Befrienders.org Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org Presenter: Jo Fidgen Producers: May Cameron and Andrea Kennedy (Photo: Alenka Artnik. Credit: DaanVerhoeven)