As the season of Advent begins, one of the words that we often focus on is Hope.If it was just wishful thinking it wouldn’t have much substance.But Hope has a long, well founded history in the Word of God.Hope plays a part in the entire plan of God including the Gospel message.
Why do we work so hard to get that which can only be received by faith?
Since all of us fall short of God’s will and are unable to provide our own solution for our sinful condition, what hope do we have?
Does growing up in the “Faith” give you an advantage? Does it also give you a “free pass”? Listen to what Paul says to the people of God in the Jewish people from Romans 3:1-20.
Today’s service is a joint service between the congregations of Overisel and Bethel Christian Reformed Churches. We will be looking at the conclusion of Romans chapter 2:17-29 with Pastor Jon Bosma bringing the message. Both Pastors will be leading in the service today as we celebrate the Lord’s Supper together.
How are we to respond to God when we are aware of our sins? Is there one standard for those that have known Him for a long time and another for those that didn’t “grow-up” in the faith? Does God have different standards for different types of people? Tune in as Paul continues his message about the Gospel in Romans 2:1-16.
What happens when people reject the Truth of God? How bad could that be? Paul paints a vivid picture of how that plays out.
Why don’t we share the Gospel? We, as Christians, have the greatest news anyone could ever hear! So what’s keeping us from sharing it?
In Paul’s greeting to the believers in Rome he makes some powerful statements that we should not skip over.There’s more to his greeting than just “hello, my name is Paul.”
The Good News of our salvation in Jesus transforms our entire lives, purpose, and outlook.