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Messages from our Sunday morning service.

    Alex Kremer 11-06-2022 // Six Things the Resurrection of Jesus Proves

    Alex Kremer 11-06-2022 // Six Things the Resurrection of Jesus Proves

    Most of us have likely heard messages such as, "Five Things That Prove the Resurrection of Jesus."  In tonight's lesson, however, we turn this on its head.  Rather than looking at the evidence for the resurrection, we consider, "Six Things the Resurrection of Jesus Proves."  While there are more than these items, we focus on the following things which the resurrection prove:
    The truth of the Old Testament Scripture
    All authority in heaven and earth belong to Jesus
    Jesus will return to judge
    Salvation
    God's wrath is satisfied
    Death is not the end
    Thank you for listening.  May you be encouraged by the Word of God and the truth and power of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead.

    • 25 min
    Alex Kremer - 11-06-2022 // Preach the Word; Acts 17:1-15

    Alex Kremer - 11-06-2022 // Preach the Word; Acts 17:1-15

    There are those today who act as if Christians should not quote Scripture.  One reason is the fear that people will find us silly.  Another reason being that Scripture no longer has the power to convict.
    But what does the Word of God say?  In today's lesson we continue with Paul and Silas and Timothy into Thessalonica.  Having been driven from Philippi, Acts records how they next came to this city, where Paul spent three Sabbaths in the synagogue, reasoning with them from the Scriptures that Jesus is the Christ.  The result is many believed; both Jew and Gentile.
    The Jewish leaders in Thessalonica, jealous of the response to the Gospel, stirred up the city to drive out Paul and his companions.  Those who knew the Word of God best, rejected the very Scripture they claimed to uphold.
    Exiled, Paul and his companions next come to Berea and again enter the synagogue of the Jews.  By contrast, the Jews in Berea are described as, "more noble-minded than those in Thessalonica."  For when they heard the Gospel preached from the Scriptures, rather than reject it, they, "received the word with great eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily whether these things were so."
    The truth is, Scripture always draws a response.  And in a world where the Word of God is rejected, the believer always runs the risk of seeming silly.  But we must also remember that the Word of God is powerful, sharper than any two-edged sword.
    Thank you for listening to today's lesson.  May you be blessed through the teaching of God's Holy Word.

    • 44 min
    Alex Kremer 10-30-2022 // Sirs, What Must I Do to Be Saved?; Acts 16:16-40

    Alex Kremer 10-30-2022 // Sirs, What Must I Do to Be Saved?; Acts 16:16-40

    Life is full of questions.  Most of the questions are trivial in nature; what cereal should I have for breakfast?  Other questions, while they may have more depth, we treat them as trivial; such as, "Who are you doing?" to which most of us answer, "Fine," even if we are not.  Some questions are life changing, "Will you marry me?" to which the answer may change the trajectory of our lives.  And still others are life or death questions, "What is your blood type?" which if answered incorrectly may result in death.
    But there is one question which has eternal consequences, "What must I do to be saved?"  In today's lesson we continue our study in Acts 16 in which a Philippian jailer is faced with that question.  How would you answer the question?
    Thank you for listening to today's lesson.  May you be blessed through the teaching of God's Holy Word.

    • 47 min
    Stefan Johnson 10-23-2022 // Lamentations 1, The God Who Judges

    Stefan Johnson 10-23-2022 // Lamentations 1, The God Who Judges

    Lamentations is one of the least preached books.  And to be honest, it is a depressing book.  Lamentations deals with the Lord's treatment of Judah, specifically, Jerusalem, for her continued rebellion to Himself and His laws.  And following an 18 month siege of the city by Babylon, Jerusalem is devastated beyond belief.
    But the lessons of Lamentations are just as relevant for us today as they were during the time the events of this book took place.  First, we must come to grips that our sin deserves judgment, and the position in which Jerusalem finds itself is the direct judgment of God.  But we also see that God is righteous in His judgments and we learn what happens when God's people cry out in repentance.
    Thank you for listening to today's lesson.  May you be blessed and encouraged through the teaching of God's Word.

    • 45 min
    Stefan Johnson 10-23-2022 // Lamentations 1, The God Who Judges

    Stefan Johnson 10-23-2022 // Lamentations 1, The God Who Judges

    Lamentations is one of the least preached books.  And to be honest, it is a depressing book.  Lamentations deals with the Lord's treatment of Judah, specifically, Jerusalem, for her continued rebellion to Himself and His laws.  And following an 18 month siege of the city by Babylon, Jerusalem is devastated beyond belief.
    But the lessons of Lamentations are just as relevant for us today as they were during the time the events of this book took place.  First, we must come to grips that our sin deserves judgment, and the position in which Jerusalem finds itself is the direct judgment of God.  But we also see that God is righteous in His judgments and we learn what happens when God's people cry out in repentance.
    Thank you for listening to today's lesson.  May you be blessed and encouraged through the teaching of God's Word.

    • 45 min
    Alex Kremer 10-16-2022 // Woe is Me! Isaiah 6:1-8

    Alex Kremer 10-16-2022 // Woe is Me! Isaiah 6:1-8

    "In the year of King Uzziah's death..."  King Uzziah strengthened the nation both politically and religiously, seeking after the Lord God.  King Uzziah reigned for 52 years in Jerusalem, so when he died, this time of relative peace and stability came to a crashing stop.  What would become of the nation?  Uncertainty gripped the nation as well as God's prophet, Isaiah.
    In the midst of this uncertain time, Isaiah goes to the temple in Jerusalem, where he is given a vision of the Lord on His throne with the train of His robe filling the temple.  It is a magnificent vision to behold with seraphim calling out to one another, "Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord of hosts."
    But then a thought grips this prophet.  This prophet whom God called to pronounce judgments, woes, upon the nations and the religious leaders for their rebellious hearts, how stood before a Holy God and he realizes that he is just as deserving of God's judgment as these wicked nations.
    Join us for this lesson as we explore man's place before a Holy and Righteous God, and the Lord's reaction to and provision for our sin.
    Thank you for listening.  May you be richly blessed through the teaching of God's Holy Word.

    • 28 min

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