In John 3, Jesus has a discourse with a religious leader by the name of Nicodemus about how one might be saved. Through this passage that we see that we not only can not save ourselves, but the gospel transforms us both now and forever. In the later portion of John 3, we see how the…
In John 2, as Jesus performs his first miracle of turning water into wine, we see that our hope does not rest in signs but in Jesus in whom all signs point.
Who we follow transforms us. John 1:29-51 shows us that Jesus calls us as we are to follow him; all the while transforming our lives into the image of himself through the power of the Holy Spirit.
John 1:1-28 – As John the Baptist humbly pointed to Jesus we point ourselves and others to Jesus.
Philippians 3:1-11 – There is nothing we can add to the gospel because it is complete; resting not in our efforts but in Christ’s righteousness.
Hebrews 6:13-20 – Hope in the Gospel anchors our soul to remain unshaken in the midst of uncertainty.
Acts 20: How the Gospel of Christ kept Apostle Paul on mission in the midst of changed plans.
If God knows all things, is every where, and nothing happens outside of his control, how can we be held accountable for our sin? The answer to this question is explored as we study Romans 9.
The gospel rescues us into mission.
The gospel saves us into community.