Nov 6, 2016
Proving Faith | Judges 2:20-3:4
This Sunday we finished the 2nd chapter and began the 3rd chapter of Judges. Things are pretty chaotic in this book and we see this Sunday how God is angry with his people. For some reason most people think that God is just angry towards sin and not towards sinners but Judges shows us the opposite. God is indeed angry with sinners and will judge sinners accordingly. If we miss this then we miss the grace of the cross.
 
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  • Nov 6, 2016Proving Faith | Judges 2:20-3:4
    Nov 6, 2016
    Proving Faith | Judges 2:20-3:4
    This Sunday we finished the 2nd chapter and began the 3rd chapter of Judges. Things are pretty chaotic in this book and we see this Sunday how God is angry with his people. For some reason most people think that God is just angry towards sin and not towards sinners but Judges shows us the opposite. God is indeed angry with sinners and will judge sinners accordingly. If we miss this then we miss the grace of the cross.
     
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  • Oct 30, 2016Cycle of Unfaithfulness | Judges 2:6-19
    Oct 30, 2016
    Cycle of Unfaithfulness | Judges 2:6-19
    This Sunday we finish chapter 2 of Judges. We looked at the complete downward spiral of God's people being unfaithful to God. This chapter sets us up to see how God uses others to judge Israel and how he raises up judges to deliver Israel. Of course, none of these deliverers can ever fix the sinful nature that his people have and so they will through the story of the Bible continue to be unfaithful. These deliverers can only point to a future deliver who will perfectly forgive God's people once and for all.
     
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  • Oct 23, 2016Weeping Over Disobedience | Judges 2:1-5
    Oct 23, 2016
    Weeping Over Disobedience | Judges 2:1-5
    This Sunday we look at chapter 2 of Judges and begin to see a major theme in the book: disobedience. The people of God had failed to drive out the enemies of God. Although God has promised never to break the covenant he has made with his people, his people have broken the covenant and deserve punishment. The reality is that there has only been one person who has been faithful to the covenant and he took the punishment we deserved for breaking the covenant. Now in Jesus, those by faith are included in the blessings of one who has been faithful to the covenant. 
     
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  • Oct 16, 2016Giving the Enemy Ground | Judges 1:16-36
    Oct 16, 2016
    Giving the Enemy Ground | Judges 1:16-36
    This Sunday we finish the first chapter of Judges. It is surprising and telling that as we end with the first chapter we already see the them of the book: unfaithfulness. God's people have failed to drive out the people God had commanded. Now becuase of their unfaithfulness, God's people will reap the consequences of their disobedience. This will lead Israel to cry out for a deliver when these people rise up against them. This will lead us to the Judges of Israel but it more so points us to the greater deliverer Jesus Christ.
     
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  • Oct 9, 2016Slaying the Giants | Judges 1:8-15
    Oct 9, 2016
    Slaying the Giants | Judges 1:8-15
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    This Sunday we continued in the first chapter of Judges and looked at more of how Judah began to conquer the land God had promised to them. Despite the fact that the people they were fighting were giants, they continued to trust God and to take the land. We see multiple people living out their faith in God as they continued to obey God despite how intimidating it must have been to fight these giants. Luckily, even though Jesus Christ was intimidated in the garden by the task before him, he chose to do God's will and to bring salvation to all those who believe in him.
     
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  • Oct 2, 2016God Delivers from Chaos | Judges 1:1-7
    Oct 2, 2016
    God Delivers from Chaos | Judges 1:1-7
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    This Sunday we started our new series through the book of Judges. If you would like to see our pastor explain the outline of the book you can go to our blog. In this first sermon we pick up the story of the Bible from where Joshua ends. Joshua has died but people still need to be removed from the land. The Lord calls Judah to finish the task, to bring God's promises of a new land to Israel. We find out that Judah is pretty important in the Bible. David the king will come from Judah's line and so will Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ will come as the fulfillment of God's promises not only to deliver his people from chaos but also to give them a new land where there will be no more pain or chaos.
     
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