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Hope for the Grieving
Even though this text is rich in instruction about eschatology, the aim of it is practical. Paul was concerned about the report that some in Thessalonica were grieving as those who had no hope- but such grief was entirely inconsistent with the hope of the believer. To correct this problem Paul expounds crucial elements of the doctrine of the last things in order that the church would live in the strength of Christian comfort.
The Day of the Lord
This message explores the topic of the -day of the Lord- with a particular focus upon its essential precursors, main elements, and its ethical call.
Because the timing of Christ's return is uncertain, believers are to live in a state of constant preparation. This message examines the call to sober living in view of the coming day of the Lord.
The Reformers not only taught that salvation was by grace alone, they also taught it was through a gracious means. The Heidelberg Catechism Q65 states that -the Holy Spirit works faith in the heart by the preaching of the holy gospel.- According to Scripture, the ordinary means God uses to save His people is preaching- This message expounds the Biblical basis of preaching as a means of grace.
The Church Victorious
When Jesus asks the Twelve who they say He is, Peter responds for the group as a whole with a true profession about Christ. Jesus stakes that true profession to the promise of victory for the Church. This message explores the relationship between the meaning and promise of Peter's profession.
Communal Christian Living
As Christians, we have a great role to play towards the Church and the world. Paul spells out that Christian calling by setting forth a series of actions which aim at blessing the whole of the community in which we live. This message explores the transformation Christianity brings through living out the implications of the gospel.