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End-Times Living

In 1 Peter 4-1-6, Peter exhorts the believers to be armed with the mind of Christ so that they can face suffering in the same way He did, without sin. In verses 7-11, he exhorts them and us to live with an end-times readiness mindset. --This kind of living will bring glory to God and exalt our Lord Jesus Christ, which is the chief desire of every child of God. May the Lord help us to glorify Him by living soberly and loving one another earnestly.

57 min2 w ago
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End-Times Living

The Rest of Your Life

We are in the second major division of the book of Hebrews comprised of chapters 3 and 4, wherein the author continues his lengthy and varied warning exhortation concerning apostasy. In chapter 3 we saw the positive examples in the faithfulness of Moses and Jesus as well as the negative example of the Israelites who fell into the sin of unbelief in the wilderness. The author's aim is to arouse godly fear -4-2- so that we would be moved to examine ourselves and persevere in the faith. In chapter 4, while continuing the same thoughts, he turns in emphasis to 'the rest,' from which the wilderness generation was excluded, which is now extended to God's people, today. Whereas the tone and tenor of chapter 3 was that of stern warning, in chapter 4, he now introduces a promise that stirs hope among his readers. While condemnation comes to those who fall away into faithlessness- nevertheless, God extends a hopeful promise of entering His rest to those who obey the Gospel. This promise serve...

63 min2 w ago
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The Rest of Your Life

The Son of Man Came to Serve

This message was recorded at our Kearny location. We will finish the tenth chapter of Mark this Sunday by considering a lengthy passage consisting of 3 parts- 1- Jesus again foretelling his death and resurrection, 2- Jesus answering his disciples' request for glory with a statement about his sacrificial life, and 3- Jesus healing a blind man. We will look at all these together because they harmoniously testify to the one big truth of this chapter- humble sacrifice as it is embodied in Jesus Christ.

63 min3 w ago
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The Son of Man Came to Serve

Let the Children Come

This message was recorded at our Kearny location. Mark continues his report of Jesus' teaching on self-denying discipleship. To follow Christ is to have a radical, sacrificial view of all that hinders true devotion. The tenth chapter of Mark highlights three of the things that Christ followers encounter in this world- marriage -1-12-, children -13-16-, and possessions -17-31-. This Sunday we will consider this second component, children.

58 min3 w ago
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Let the Children Come

Arm Yourself with the Mind of Christ

Before surgery, most people ask the doctor what kind of pain they will experience after surgery, and what will be the recovery time. This helps them to mentally prepare for what lies ahead.--In this passage, Peter is helping the believers to prepare their minds for suffering. They are to do this by reflecting on Christ's attitude towards suffering. In the first place, Christ knew that He was going to suffer, and He willingly embraced it...

42 minNOV 2
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Arm Yourself with the Mind of Christ

Face to Face, Heart to Heart

Join us this week as we hear from brother David on the importance of being present together as one body.

46 minOCT 27
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Face to Face, Heart to Heart

Losing My Religion

Join us this week as we hear of the ever important need to trust and rely on God as we persevere in these hard times.

54 minOCT 19
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Losing My Religion

Motives to Endure Suffering for Righteousness III

To encourage believers to endure suffering for righteousness' sake on account of their faith in Christ, in chapter 3-18-22 of his first letter, Peter gives us a most beautiful description of the redemptive work of Christ on our behalf as a motivation. Through His suffering and death, Christ conquered sin in order to bring us to God -v18-- secondly, we saw last time that upon His death on the cross, He went in the spirit to declare a victory sermon over fallen angels whose spirits were bound in prison awaiting the final judgment. Through His death, Christ -disarmed the rulers and authorities and put them to open shame, by triumphing over them..- -Col 2-15-- and through faith in Christ, we overcome Satan's temptation to fear and despair in our time of suffering.

57 minOCT 12
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Motives to Endure Suffering for Righteousness III

Do Not Harden Your Hearts

As you read the Psalm, you can sense the hardening of the hearts of the people and resolve of God against their unbelief, landing them finally in captivity. Ultimately the Psalm resolves with God answering His distressed people and delivering them. In this way, Psalm 106 is a beautiful illustration of how God saves rebels by grace alone.----It is a face of life that rebellion remains in the heart of every Christian, and it threatens our soul with infinite loss. As God's people we must be mortifying rebellion or else we will end up being hardened by its deceitfulness and ultimately destroyed. Like He did with Israel of old, God tests us in the wilderness of this age- He does so to reveal rebellion and hardening of our hearts. How you respond when God reveals your rebellion will determine whether you will finally enter His rest. Much is at stake- Eternity lies in the balance- This does not suggest that our eternal salvation is dependent upon how we handle our remaining rebellion, but ...

59 minOCT 5
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Do Not Harden Your Hearts

What God Has Joined Together

In Mark 10 Jesus applies his teaching of self-sacrifice to some everyday, material things that we encounter in this life- marriage, children, and possessions. Not every disciples of Jesus will carry a literal cross nor will every disciple become a martyr. However, every disciple, including us, will need to sacrifice something in following Christ. In verses 1-12, Jesus applies this to the issue of marriage. While others, such as the Pharisees, emphasized finding a way out of marriage, Jesus elevates marriage, putting it back in its rightful place as God intended.

50 minOCT 2
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What God Has Joined Together

Latest Episodes

End-Times Living

In 1 Peter 4-1-6, Peter exhorts the believers to be armed with the mind of Christ so that they can face suffering in the same way He did, without sin. In verses 7-11, he exhorts them and us to live with an end-times readiness mindset. --This kind of living will bring glory to God and exalt our Lord Jesus Christ, which is the chief desire of every child of God. May the Lord help us to glorify Him by living soberly and loving one another earnestly.

57 min2 w ago
Comments
End-Times Living

The Rest of Your Life

We are in the second major division of the book of Hebrews comprised of chapters 3 and 4, wherein the author continues his lengthy and varied warning exhortation concerning apostasy. In chapter 3 we saw the positive examples in the faithfulness of Moses and Jesus as well as the negative example of the Israelites who fell into the sin of unbelief in the wilderness. The author's aim is to arouse godly fear -4-2- so that we would be moved to examine ourselves and persevere in the faith. In chapter 4, while continuing the same thoughts, he turns in emphasis to 'the rest,' from which the wilderness generation was excluded, which is now extended to God's people, today. Whereas the tone and tenor of chapter 3 was that of stern warning, in chapter 4, he now introduces a promise that stirs hope among his readers. While condemnation comes to those who fall away into faithlessness- nevertheless, God extends a hopeful promise of entering His rest to those who obey the Gospel. This promise serve...

63 min2 w ago
Comments
The Rest of Your Life

The Son of Man Came to Serve

This message was recorded at our Kearny location. We will finish the tenth chapter of Mark this Sunday by considering a lengthy passage consisting of 3 parts- 1- Jesus again foretelling his death and resurrection, 2- Jesus answering his disciples' request for glory with a statement about his sacrificial life, and 3- Jesus healing a blind man. We will look at all these together because they harmoniously testify to the one big truth of this chapter- humble sacrifice as it is embodied in Jesus Christ.

63 min3 w ago
Comments
The Son of Man Came to Serve

Let the Children Come

This message was recorded at our Kearny location. Mark continues his report of Jesus' teaching on self-denying discipleship. To follow Christ is to have a radical, sacrificial view of all that hinders true devotion. The tenth chapter of Mark highlights three of the things that Christ followers encounter in this world- marriage -1-12-, children -13-16-, and possessions -17-31-. This Sunday we will consider this second component, children.

58 min3 w ago
Comments
Let the Children Come

Arm Yourself with the Mind of Christ

Before surgery, most people ask the doctor what kind of pain they will experience after surgery, and what will be the recovery time. This helps them to mentally prepare for what lies ahead.--In this passage, Peter is helping the believers to prepare their minds for suffering. They are to do this by reflecting on Christ's attitude towards suffering. In the first place, Christ knew that He was going to suffer, and He willingly embraced it...

42 minNOV 2
Comments
Arm Yourself with the Mind of Christ

Face to Face, Heart to Heart

Join us this week as we hear from brother David on the importance of being present together as one body.

46 minOCT 27
Comments
Face to Face, Heart to Heart

Losing My Religion

Join us this week as we hear of the ever important need to trust and rely on God as we persevere in these hard times.

54 minOCT 19
Comments
Losing My Religion

Motives to Endure Suffering for Righteousness III

To encourage believers to endure suffering for righteousness' sake on account of their faith in Christ, in chapter 3-18-22 of his first letter, Peter gives us a most beautiful description of the redemptive work of Christ on our behalf as a motivation. Through His suffering and death, Christ conquered sin in order to bring us to God -v18-- secondly, we saw last time that upon His death on the cross, He went in the spirit to declare a victory sermon over fallen angels whose spirits were bound in prison awaiting the final judgment. Through His death, Christ -disarmed the rulers and authorities and put them to open shame, by triumphing over them..- -Col 2-15-- and through faith in Christ, we overcome Satan's temptation to fear and despair in our time of suffering.

57 minOCT 12
Comments
Motives to Endure Suffering for Righteousness III

Do Not Harden Your Hearts

As you read the Psalm, you can sense the hardening of the hearts of the people and resolve of God against their unbelief, landing them finally in captivity. Ultimately the Psalm resolves with God answering His distressed people and delivering them. In this way, Psalm 106 is a beautiful illustration of how God saves rebels by grace alone.----It is a face of life that rebellion remains in the heart of every Christian, and it threatens our soul with infinite loss. As God's people we must be mortifying rebellion or else we will end up being hardened by its deceitfulness and ultimately destroyed. Like He did with Israel of old, God tests us in the wilderness of this age- He does so to reveal rebellion and hardening of our hearts. How you respond when God reveals your rebellion will determine whether you will finally enter His rest. Much is at stake- Eternity lies in the balance- This does not suggest that our eternal salvation is dependent upon how we handle our remaining rebellion, but ...

59 minOCT 5
Comments
Do Not Harden Your Hearts

What God Has Joined Together

In Mark 10 Jesus applies his teaching of self-sacrifice to some everyday, material things that we encounter in this life- marriage, children, and possessions. Not every disciples of Jesus will carry a literal cross nor will every disciple become a martyr. However, every disciple, including us, will need to sacrifice something in following Christ. In verses 1-12, Jesus applies this to the issue of marriage. While others, such as the Pharisees, emphasized finding a way out of marriage, Jesus elevates marriage, putting it back in its rightful place as God intended.

50 minOCT 2
Comments
What God Has Joined Together
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