The fulfillment of the Sabbath in Jesus Christ tells us that we can rest from our labors to try and save ourselves from our sins. Jesus has already saved us and He is set down at the right hand of God and He is resting.
The Sabbath, rather than adding to the list of things “to-do,” is God showing care and compassion for His creation.
Man needs rest.
Today's edition of Triumphal Feast concludes the message "How Do I Know That I Am in Christ?" When we understand this fact, we can live in the peace of the finished work of Jesus Christ. Today's message picks up in 1st John 2:5.
Let’s not coast through life mindlessly glancing at the things in the Bible. Let us diligently seek out the details, engage our minds, and explore the wonders of our great and glorious King!
The message of the gospel is typically for the children of God. But sometimes there are warnings to states, nations, and the wicked world. Perhaps America should learn from history?
Not only has Jesus always existed as the Eternal Son of the Eternal Father, all of human history recorded in the Bible has been about Him!
Our witness (or testimony) about Jesus Christ should be declarations of the facts of Who Jesus is according to the Bible. As we relate our personal experiences, we need to make sure that we define those experiences by the truths of the Bible.
Last time on Triumphal Feast we joined the Apostle Paul in his doxology about God's joyful will in salvation by grace. Today's message explores how it is that we can know that we as individuals are part of God's elect family.
It takes nothing less the VOICE of the Son of God!