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Long Expected (Advent 2017) Series || Who is Melchizedek? Is he a random, insignificant Old Testament figure? What does he have to do with the priesthood of Jesus? And what does all of this have to do with Advent? Hebrews 7 helps answer these questions, and shows us how Christ's priesthood is superior to the Levitical priesthood which makes Jesus our Priest who is forever interceding on our behalf, and through whom we are grafted in as God’s children (branch).
Long Expected (Advent 2017) Series || As we continue this series we consider Jesus as Prophet. Prophet: The One who reflects the Light of God’s Word (star). We are reminded in Hebrews 3 we must consider Jesus, the Word, and fix our eyes on Him, the Prophet greater than Moses.
Long Expected (Advent 2017) Series || Prophecies like Numbers 24:17 and Zechariah 6:12-13 filled the Jewish people with a hope that God would one day send a Deliverer. The star, the branch, and the scepter became symbols associated with this messianic figure who would fill the roles of Prophet, Priest and King. Prophet: The One who reflects the Light of God’s Word (star). Priest: The One interceding on our behalf and through whom we are grafted in as God’s children (branch). King: The One who will reign over all creation forevermore (scepter). In this first sermon of our Advent (meaning “arrival” or “coming”) series we reflect on the first coming of Jesus, this long expected Messiah, the Son of God, who humbled Himself by entering our world as a little baby, and rejoice that He is our Prophet, Priest and King.
Scars (The Gospel of Luke) Series || The ascension of Jesus is more than an afterthought. It is the end of the beginning of God fulfilling His plan to rescue His people through His Son. In this final sermon in our study of Luke's Gospel, we consider the implications of the end of Jesus' earthly ministry and the beginning of His heavenly reign.
Scars (The Gospel of Luke) Series || What would it look like to join Jesus in meeting people where they are, joining them in their conversations and pain, and taking the time to lovingly speak Truth to them? Jesus gives us a perfect example of this towards the end of Luke 24.