Contributed on May 11, 2020
Just who are we in Christ? Beginning in this sermon series, I beginning using the Christian Standard Bible as a more easier to unstandstand translation over the New King James Version I had been using for many years.
Today we start a new sermon series: “Who we are in Christ.” A favorite phrase of Paul is the term “in Christ.” Paul’s use of the phrase is a whole study by itself. Paul, for the most part was the only one to use this phrase. The NT in the CSB, the term “in Christ” can be found 90 times in 88 ...read more
Contributed on May 11, 2020
As A New Creation "in Christ" we also serve as His ambassadors.
Who are we in Christ? That is the subject of this series. Worded slightly different the series title is a statement: “Who We Are in Christ?” Through this series we will look at varying aspects of our status in Christ. Last week we looked at the fact that “in Christ” (a favorite phrase of Paul) ...read more
Contributed on May 19, 2020
We are God's masterpiece and we were made new in christ for a purpose.
Who are we in Christ? Have you ever wondered about that? Just who are you, who am I, to God? Sometimes when I look at the night sky on clear and moonless night, when I’m out in the open, no lights around to obstruct, and I see endless maze of stars about. I really feel insignificant. I begin ...read more
Contributed on Jun 1, 2020
The way God measures victory and the way the world does is two different ways. We are called to be "super conquerors" in Christ.
Who are we in Christ? This message today is for those “in Christ,” who know Jesus as Lord and Savior. Last week we considered that as a "New Creation in Christ," we are His workmanship (Epheisans 2:10), His work of art, His masterpiece. As his workmanship, as His masterpiece -what good ...read more
Contributed on Jun 8, 2020
Continuation of the series "Who We are in Christ." We are called to be an influence in the world.
Who are we “in Christ?” What is our purpose “in Christ?" Think on that for a moment. If we are “in Christ” we are “saved.” We talked about that we are “a new creation in Christ” (2 Corinthians 5:17). If there was no further purpose for us on earth after our conversion, why are we not taken ...read more
Contributed on Jun 15, 2020
Our desire should be to be like Christ, to follow in His footsteps, to see the world as He sees the world, to conform to His likeness. We have a word for it, we call it being a disciple. We are called to be His disciples.
Who are we in Christ? We have been looking at this pretty much since Easter. We considered that “in Christ” we are a new creation. All the old has passed away and before God, all has become new! Being in Christ, we represent Him to the world, we have become His ambassadors. We have the ...read more