Sometimes famous passages of Scripture are more difficult to teach than obscure ones. John 3:16 is perhaps the most famous verse in the Bible and for good reason. Listen as Scott introduces us to its beauty and truth all over again.
John the Baptist's last words in the Gospel of John are words we all should learn not just to say but to long for and live. He models for us the joy of humility.
This Confessional given by Jerry Ediger briefly covers Jeremiah 2:1-13 asking the question "Are you needing something else to celebrate other than just the surpassing greatness of knowing Christ?" If we are, it may be a "broken cistern".
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This Sermon given by Mark McAndrew at North Avenue Church was recorded Sunday, June 17th during North Avenue's 3:00 service. The beginning of the message was cut off but the majority of it remains here.
If Romans 1 is Paul declaring bad news to the Gentiles (the irreligious) then Romans 2 is Paul declaring bad news to the judgmental Jewish audience (the religious). It is only with the bad news of sin firmly in place that we can appreciate the good news of Jesus' salvation.