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The preaching ministry of Creekside Bible Church in Eagle, Idaho.

Creekside Bible Church Pastors Jonathan Grellas and Stan Patterson

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The preaching ministry of Creekside Bible Church in Eagle, Idaho.

    The Stumbling Stone

    The Stumbling Stone

    Text: Romans 9:30-33

    This week Paul concludes the matter of divine election in Romans 9 by reminding us of the way of salvation, warning us against the way of damnation, and by showing us the real reason why some believe the gospel and many do not. What is the stumbling stone? And why is it offensive to some but salvation for others? Join us to find out.

    The Remnant

    The Remnant

    Text: Romans 9:26-29

    This week we're continuing the exposition of Hosea's prophecy as an illustration of the one group of people who receive God's mercy and then we consider Isaiah's bittersweet prophecies from Isaiah 10 and Isaiah 1 concerning the remnant. Who are the remnant? Is this a reference to the nation of Israel only or has God always had a remnant throughout redemptive history? In these quotes, Paul teaches us three important truths about the remnant: 1) they alone will be saved; 2) they will be saved from a total destruction and; 3) they will be saved by grace alone. Are you part of the remnant? Listen in to find out.

    My People

    My People

    Text: Romans 9:23-26.

    This week Paul makes a key distinction regarding the vessels of mercy and he does so using an Old Testament illustration from the prophet Hosea. Who are the people of God? And what are their defining characteristics? Is ethnic Israel the people of God? Or is the Church? Or both? Join us as we glean answers to these questions and more in our study of Romans 9.

    The Potter and the Clay

    The Potter and the Clay

    Text: Romans 9:19-24

    Today, Paul takes up the familiar Old Testament metaphor of the potter and the clay to illustrate the central truth of the sovereignty of God in the matter of salvation. In these verses, Paul will first deal with a proud question, then provide a humbling rebuke, and then explain the potter's prerogative to do what He will with His own clay. What does it mean that God makes some vessels for honor and some for dishonor? And what is His purpose in doing so? This passage provides some key insights into both questions, while also addressing the age old question: why does God allow sin and evil in the world?

    Mercy and Justice, Part 2

    Mercy and Justice, Part 2

    Text: Romans 9:14-18

    Today, we're looking at the illustration of God's reprobation in the raising up of the Pharaoh. Why did God ever raise up Pharaoh? What does it mean that God hardened Pharaoh's heart? Did God harden Pharaoh's heart in response to Pharaoh hardening his own heart? And how does the story of the Pharaoh relate to us today? The answers to these questions may surprise you.

    The Road to Glory

    The Road to Glory

    Resurrection Sunday 2024.

    Text: Luke 24:13-35

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