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Weekly expositional & topical teaching from God's Word, the Bible. For more audio and video Bible teaching, check out www.redemptionchurch.org.nz.

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The Triumphant Entry of Christ

In this week’s passage, we are introduced to Jesus’ final week of life and publicministry. As Jesus finally enters into Jerusalem, He enters the very place where Hisbetrayal, arrest, trial, crucifixion awaited Him. Yet on this day that He enters into Jerusalem,it is a day of excitement for the people, along with a day to fulfil numerous OldTestament prophecies relating to Jesus. While Jesus tended to avoid public demonstrationson His behalf, on this occasion, He allows for it to happen, now that He approachesthe end of His earthly ministry. The scene that we are given in this passage isonly but a foretaste of what the future holds, when Jesus returns again for His gloriousSecond Coming.

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The Triumphant Entry of Christ

Our Responsibilities Towards Other Church Members

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Our Responsibilities Towards Other Church Members

The Doctrine Of Sin

As Christians, we need to be aware of what sin is and how we can overcome sin. Oftendue to sin’s deceptive nature, we forget how serious a problem sin is. Sin deceives us into thinkingthat sin is harmless and that we are not hurting anyone. As we see in Genesis 4, sin is neverharmless, it is looking to devour/control us. Nor should we judge sin by whether it hurts ourneighbour, but view every sin an act of lawlessness against God. The Christian should neverfeel that they are powerless to resist sin. The Holy Spirit is at work sanctifying us, but we have arole to play. It begins with understanding who we are. In Romans 6 Paul wants us to understandthat we have died and risen with Christ. Christ died to conquer sin and death. Consequently weare no longer slaves to sin. We are free not to sin, though the possibility of sinning is ever present.Since we are now alive to God, we overcome sin as we offer ourselves to God.

-1 s2 weeks ago
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The Doctrine Of Sin

Latest Episodes

The Triumphant Entry of Christ

In this week’s passage, we are introduced to Jesus’ final week of life and publicministry. As Jesus finally enters into Jerusalem, He enters the very place where Hisbetrayal, arrest, trial, crucifixion awaited Him. Yet on this day that He enters into Jerusalem,it is a day of excitement for the people, along with a day to fulfil numerous OldTestament prophecies relating to Jesus. While Jesus tended to avoid public demonstrationson His behalf, on this occasion, He allows for it to happen, now that He approachesthe end of His earthly ministry. The scene that we are given in this passage isonly but a foretaste of what the future holds, when Jesus returns again for His gloriousSecond Coming.

-1 s23 hours ago
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The Triumphant Entry of Christ

Our Responsibilities Towards Other Church Members

-1 s1 weeks ago
Comments
Our Responsibilities Towards Other Church Members

The Doctrine Of Sin

As Christians, we need to be aware of what sin is and how we can overcome sin. Oftendue to sin’s deceptive nature, we forget how serious a problem sin is. Sin deceives us into thinkingthat sin is harmless and that we are not hurting anyone. As we see in Genesis 4, sin is neverharmless, it is looking to devour/control us. Nor should we judge sin by whether it hurts ourneighbour, but view every sin an act of lawlessness against God. The Christian should neverfeel that they are powerless to resist sin. The Holy Spirit is at work sanctifying us, but we have arole to play. It begins with understanding who we are. In Romans 6 Paul wants us to understandthat we have died and risen with Christ. Christ died to conquer sin and death. Consequently weare no longer slaves to sin. We are free not to sin, though the possibility of sinning is ever present.Since we are now alive to God, we overcome sin as we offer ourselves to God.

-1 s2 weeks ago
Comments
The Doctrine Of Sin

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