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Living Savior Podcast

Caleb Kurbis

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June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:36-50 - "God Knows Your Record and He Loves You Still" - Asheville

“Degenerate.” “Good-for-nothing.” “Outcast.” “One of those people.” When people are throwing labels at their fellow human beings, are you sure you know where Jesus stands? Yes, he hates every sin. Yet today we see how massive God’s forgiveness is. It’s big enough for each of us. It’s also big enough for “those people,” whoever they are and whatever they’ve done. For the Christian, that’s what’s next for our church, our message, and our relationships.

25 MIN2 days ago
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June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:36-50 - "God Knows Your Record and He Loves You Still" - Asheville

June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:39-50 - "Why Do We Invite Jesus?" - Hendersonville

“Degenerate.” “Good-for-nothing.” “Outcast.” “One of those people.” When people are throwing labels at their fellow human beings, are you sure you know where Jesus stands? Yes, he hates every sin. Yet today we see how massive God’s forgiveness is. It’s big enough for each of us. It’s also big enough for “those people,” whoever they are and whatever they’ve done. For the Christian, that’s what’s next for our church, our message, and our relationships.

20 MIN2 days ago
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June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:39-50 - "Why Do We Invite Jesus?" - Hendersonville

June 16, 2019 - Romans 5:1-5 - “Much More Than a Symbol”

The apostle Paul calls the message he preached “foolish” (1 Corinthians 1 & 2). What he means is that human reason is offended and baffled by what he and the rest of Jesus’ ambassadors proclaimed. That is certainly the case with the most fundamental teaching of Scripture—the doctrine of God. The Bible teaches that the one true God exists as the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Each of these three Persons has a different consciousness. Each has a different personality. Each is distinct from the other. It is not as though one Person were acting in three different ways or fulfilling three different roles, however. There are three Persons. Each is fully God, doing divine things and having divine attributes. At the same time the Bible also says there is only one God. Not three gods, but one God. Logically the doctrine of the Trinity is beyond our ability to understand. The only way we could ever believe such a thing is by the working of the Holy Spirit through God’s Word. On this Festival of the Holy Trinity we recognize that we have a triune (three-in-one) God who is so great and so far above us, we cannot fully comprehend him. Yet we also rejoice that this “holy, holy, holy” Lord God is merciful and gracious, blessing us with hope and peace that will endure forever.

22 MIN1 weeks ago
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June 16, 2019 - Romans 5:1-5 - “Much More Than a Symbol”

Latest Episodes

June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:36-50 - "God Knows Your Record and He Loves You Still" - Asheville

“Degenerate.” “Good-for-nothing.” “Outcast.” “One of those people.” When people are throwing labels at their fellow human beings, are you sure you know where Jesus stands? Yes, he hates every sin. Yet today we see how massive God’s forgiveness is. It’s big enough for each of us. It’s also big enough for “those people,” whoever they are and whatever they’ve done. For the Christian, that’s what’s next for our church, our message, and our relationships.

25 MIN2 days ago
Comments
June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:36-50 - "God Knows Your Record and He Loves You Still" - Asheville

June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:39-50 - "Why Do We Invite Jesus?" - Hendersonville

“Degenerate.” “Good-for-nothing.” “Outcast.” “One of those people.” When people are throwing labels at their fellow human beings, are you sure you know where Jesus stands? Yes, he hates every sin. Yet today we see how massive God’s forgiveness is. It’s big enough for each of us. It’s also big enough for “those people,” whoever they are and whatever they’ve done. For the Christian, that’s what’s next for our church, our message, and our relationships.

20 MIN2 days ago
Comments
June 23, 2019 - Luke 7:39-50 - "Why Do We Invite Jesus?" - Hendersonville

June 16, 2019 - Romans 5:1-5 - “Much More Than a Symbol”

The apostle Paul calls the message he preached “foolish” (1 Corinthians 1 & 2). What he means is that human reason is offended and baffled by what he and the rest of Jesus’ ambassadors proclaimed. That is certainly the case with the most fundamental teaching of Scripture—the doctrine of God. The Bible teaches that the one true God exists as the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. Each of these three Persons has a different consciousness. Each has a different personality. Each is distinct from the other. It is not as though one Person were acting in three different ways or fulfilling three different roles, however. There are three Persons. Each is fully God, doing divine things and having divine attributes. At the same time the Bible also says there is only one God. Not three gods, but one God. Logically the doctrine of the Trinity is beyond our ability to understand. The only way we could ever believe such a thing is by the working of the Holy Spirit through God’s Word. On this Festival of the Holy Trinity we recognize that we have a triune (three-in-one) God who is so great and so far above us, we cannot fully comprehend him. Yet we also rejoice that this “holy, holy, holy” Lord God is merciful and gracious, blessing us with hope and peace that will endure forever.

22 MIN1 weeks ago
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June 16, 2019 - Romans 5:1-5 - “Much More Than a Symbol”

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