Pastor Abendroth continues the sermon series through the New Testament book of 1 John. Is it possible, even desirable, to live today in view of future reward? Or are we only capable of pursuing immediate gratification in today’s culture and church?
Stephen J. Nichols explores the reasons why the Son of God became a man. While this sounds like very high, lofty, academic theology; it is actually very practical and truly meaningful to everyday Christians every day.
Pastor Patrick Abendroth, of Omaha Bible Church, continues preaching through the book of 1 John. How many times have people said, “God told me…. “. Be very, very careful when that happens. Why? Listen to the sermon and find out.
Please click here to listen to the sermon – Special Secret Revelation from God… isn’t.
Steven Lawson explores the Christocentric (Christ-centered) theme overarcing all of the Bible.
Pastor Patrick Abendroth continues the series through 1 John. This relatively short letter is a wonderful booster shot for believers. If that sounds funny… if it’s an approach to Bible preaching that seems odd, then I encourage you all the more to listen in. I John, written by the apostle John later in the first century, is designed to encourage our joyful fellowship with God in light of Christ’s work on our behalf. Take courage, brother and sister!
Assurance is not for everyone. It is the sole ground of the Christian disciple.
Please click here for the fourth sermon in the series – Assurance is for Christians, Not Antichrists.
Pastor Abendroth will be tackling some Bible vocabulary that isn’t heard regularly inside of churches, and I venture to guess that it is never heard outside of them. Specifically, the word “propitiation” is in view. While it might be a mouthful, the idea it communicates is absolutely a fountain of blessing for those who believe.
Please click here for the third sermon in the series.