• Rob Jansons

    Contributing sermons since Sep 13, 2010
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New Hope Fellowship
Monroe Washington , 98272

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  • Grace: It’s All God

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2010

    This is the summary sermon where I finally reveal that this series covers the same material that is often called the "5 Points of Calvinism." It emphasizes God's grace and that our faith response is us just showing up and accepting what Jesus has already

    Today is the wrap up sermon of our winter sermon series. Sadly, though, it is still winter. We have been talking about salvation for five weeks. Today I want to review a bit and maybe tie some loose ends together. This concept is really important: that we understand our salvation so that we value more

  • Embraced

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2010

    This is the fifth sermon in the series and examines the "Perserverance of the Saints."

    We have been talking about our salvation–trying to better understand the process that transforms our lives. The Bible uses such vivid images: we’ve moved from death to life, darkness to light, being lost to be found, born again. We’ve focused on the fact that God is the author and more

  • Simply Irresistible

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2010
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    Fourth sermon in the series on salvation, examining the "order of salvation" and how God's grace works behind the scenes in our lives during the process.

    We are talking about our salvation. Spending time thinking about how God saves us. In once sense, it doesn’t really matter - we are saved! Thank God. Why analyze it? But on the other hand, it is helpful to our understanding of God and to our Christian life if we spend some time thinking more

  • One Name

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2010
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    Third Sermon in the series, often called Limited Atonement by Calvinists. That sounds so wrong-- how can the incredible sacrifice of Jesus be limited in any way? There is nothing limited about Jesus, but there is no other name under heaven by which we are

    This winter we are lingering on the topic of our salvation–learning about it, celebrating it. We began by talking about the human condition of sin–you can’t appreciate the cure until you know the disease. Our disease is sin, and it’s fatal. It has left us for dead. Last week more

  • Adopted

    Contributed on Sep 14, 2010
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    Second sermon that focuses on God the Father choosing us to be his children. It uses biblical, not theological, language to teach about election.

    This winter I want to dwell on the subject of salvation. Because the more we understand our salvation, the more we understand our identity as Christians, our mission as a church, and the more we appreciate and worship the God of our salvation. I’ve been gone a few weeks, so let me remind you more