Scott reminds us of how the gospel empowers us to forgive.
The Holy Spirit convicts the world of three things (sin, righteousness, and judgment), guides us into the truth of Scripture, and glorifies Jesus.
Jerry leads us in our corporate confession of sin based on Psalm 73.
Racial hostility can only be truly conquered in Christ.
We who follow Christ need to be prepared for the hatred of the world so that we are not caught off guard and tempted to turn away. "I have said these things to you," said Jesus, "to keep you from falling away" (John 16:1).
[Mark referenced this commentary as the resource he used to help provide an outline for this sermon.]
Scott reminds us to not forget all the countless gifts of grace the Lord has lavished upon us.
Jerry, Greg, Fred and Josh Cronic led us through the first half of Ephesians 2. We look at who we were and how God's grace made us who we are now in Christ.
Scott led us through this powerful passage that shows us how Jesus is the true vine. We are the branches who must abide in Him in order to bear fruit. Those who do bear fruit our Father, the true vinedresser, prunes. Those who do not bear fruit face judgment.