|preached||December 27, 2009|
|added||December 27, 2009|
|topics||Jesus Christ, Salvation|
Through the writings of the Old and New Testaments we discover that Jesus Christ has clearly fulfilled the prophecies of Salvation and God’s Kingdom. As we continue Mark’s gospel, we learn that the Holy Spirit reveals this fact to the priest, Simeon, when he meets the infant Jesus.
|preached||December 20, 2009|
|added||December 20, 2009|
|topics||Character of God, Jesus Christ|
We say that hindsight is 20/20. Luke uses the Old Testament to introduce us to Jesus and uses Jesus to interpret the Old Testament. We soon realize that we cannot begin to understand who Christ is without first understanding the Old Testament.
|preached||December 13, 2009|
|added||December 13, 2009|
|topic||Character of God|
Mary’s song records her response to the angel’s news that she was about to have a son. More importantly, though, it tells us about the character of the God whose Son she would bear.
|preached||December 6, 2009|
|added||December 6, 2009|
|scripture||1 Corinthians 6:19-20|
|topics||Christian Living, Obeying God|
In today’s culture, God’s laws regarding sexual purity are often violated. Why are these commands so important for Christians to observe? Alistair explains that “your body is a temple” and “you have been bought with a price.”
|preached||October 4, 2009|
|added||December 3, 2009|
As we turn to the story of Jairus in our study in Mark’s Gospel, Alistair discusses two questions that confront us when we go through trials: will we allow circumstances to overturn our faith or will our faith be the basis by which we face our circumstances?