Text: Heb 3:7-15; 8:6-13; 9:6-10, 13-14; 10:15-25; 11:1-2, 13, 39-40; 12:1-2 Summary: The author of Hebrews explains the difference between the old and the new covenant. As new covenant believers, repentance and faith in Christ are an inseparable pair.
Preacher: Pastor Ray Text: Heb 9:23 – 10:25 Jesus denied His self-will throughout His life and we must also deny ourselves–our flesh, our mind, our emotions and our will.
Preacher: Pastor Ray We are not under the law, but this does not mean that we can be “lawless” and abuse grace as a license to sin. Discussion Questions Discussion Questions – If Romans 7 is the best we can hope for and we are still very much enslaved to sin experientially, then some might […]
When someone encounters Jesus and the veil is lifted and the Spirit breathes lives in your heart, you are not the same person. You change. I want to end outlining a few gospel fruits. Or evidence that you have truly met the Christ of the new covenant. The first gospel fruit is freedom. Going back […]
These false teachers were confident because of the letters of rec, the commendation they received from others. But that wasn’t the only source of their confidence. Not only are the false teachers being recommended by other false teachers, it’s a situation of the blind leading the blind, but also there was an issue of competence. […]
Today, I want to talk about the new covenant. Whenever we observe the Lord’s Supper on the first Sunday of every month, we recite the lines from 1 Cor 11 – This cup is the new covenant established by My blood. Do this, as often as you drink it, in remembrance of Me. What is […]