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  • The Athanasian Creed Series

    Contributed by Keith Foskey on May 16, 2014
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    In this lesson, we examine the life of Athanasius and also the creed which bears his name.

    Church History: Examining the Creeds and Confessions of the Church Through the Ages and Why They Matter. Lesson 5: The Athanasian Creed So far, in our study of church history we have seen: An overview of the last 2,000 years of church history. The creeds which are found within the Bible more

  • The Athanasian Creed: All Truth

    Contributed by David Mcnally on May 26, 2013

    There are three Ecumenical Creeds which were constructed in the early days of the Church, to communicate Scriptural truth and combat errors. We can use them as tools for evangelism.

  • How Do You Explain The Trinity? Series

    Contributed by Brian Bill on Jun 24, 2019

    The foundation of the Trinity is rock solid. It will never shatter or splinter. The Trinity is not some addendum or appendage hanging precariously from the building of the Gospel. No, the Trinity is the foundation of the gospel and without the Trinity there is no Gospel.

    How Do You Explain the Trinity? June 22-23, 2019 Rev. Brian Bill A couple weeks ago visitors to the Willis Tower’s Sky Deck in Chicago got a big scare when the protective layer covering the glass floor splintered into thousands of pieces. This glass sightseeing box extends from the 103rd floor more

  • Yhwh The Son

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Feb 7, 2018

    This sermon is an attempt to help us to realize the gravity and magnitude of Who is being introduced in the first chapter of Mark. When we describe the Trinity as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit it tends to fragment YHWH in our minds.

    Please open your Bibles to Mark 1:9-13 which we will read in a few minutes. Last week we took a look at what John the Baptist meant when he said that he was baptizing people with water but Jesus would baptize them with the Holy Spirit. And we saw that Grace is God’s underserved favor toward more

  • The True God Truly Saves

    Contributed by David Roth on Sep 19, 2015
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    Trinity (b) Jesus is both Christ and Lord. So we are assured that His sacrifice is acceptable and sufficient, and our salvation is perfect and certain.

    Acts 2:22-36 J. J. May the words of my mouth, and the meditations of our hearts, be acceptable in Thy sight, O Lord, our Rock and our Redeemer. Amen. “The true God truly saves” Last week, on Pentecost, we heard the first portion of Peter’s sermon that day to the more

  • Divine Wellspring Of Unity

    Contributed by Mary Erickson on Jun 8, 2020

    The nature of the divine Trinity reveals fundamental truths about the image and likeness that's been bestowed on humanity and the divine intent for our human community.

    June 7, 2020 Holy Trinity Sunday Rev. Mary Erickson Hope Lutheran Church Genesis 1:1-2:4a; Matthew 28:16-20 Divine Wellspring of Unity Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and Christ Jesus our Lord. Today is Holy Trinity Sunday. Every year we dedicate this more

  • "Body Language" Series

    Contributed by Clark Tanner on Jun 20, 2003
    based on 8 ratings

    The gospel of Jesus Christ is the ’body language’ that must be spoken in love, for the lost to be saved.(#16 in the Unfathomable Love of Christ series)

    “As a result, we are no longer to be children, tossed here and there by waves, and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by the trickery of men, by craftiness in deceitful scheming; but speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in all aspects into Him, who is the head, even Christ, from whom more

  • The Gift Of Discernment Series

    Contributed by Gary Stebbins on Apr 29, 2008

    How do we as Christians prepare our hearts so we can accuragely discern what is happening in the unseen realm. (Material taken from The Three Battlegrounds by Francis Frangipane)

    Discerning of Spirits- The Gift of Discernment (Taken from- The Three Battle Grounds- Francis Frangipane) Monte talked- last week- about the importance of the creeds and the reasons for which they were written He talked about … the Old Roman Creed, the Apostles Creed, the Nicene Creed, more

  • Advent 2015 - Week 4 - The God-Man

    Contributed by Stephen Belokur on Dec 24, 2015

    Who was it exactly that was placed into the manger that first Christmas morning? Was it God but less than God or fully God? Was He fully human or only veiled in flesh? Like the Trinity the Incarnation boggles the limited human mind. Glory to God!

    John 1:1-5, 14 “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through Him all things were made; without Him nothing was made that has been made. “In Him was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. more

  • Neither Confused Nor Divided

    Contributed by Darryl Ward on Dec 5, 2009

    Sermon for Trinity Sunday on the Holy Trinity and the unity of the Church.

    During the time of Oliver Cromwell, thousands of stained glass windows in English churches were destroyed, because the English puritans objected to objects of veneration, which they called ’abused images’. Of those stained glass windows that did survive, few were undamaged, and there was an more

  • The Doctrine Of The Trinity

    Contributed by Glenn Robinson on Aug 23, 2002
    based on 69 ratings

    This sermon explains the Doctrine of the Trinity in simple terms using both logic and Scripture.

    I was recently confronted by a cultist and I had to agree w/ a point. "Most Christians can’t define the doctrine of the trinity or prove it." Tonight we will : 1) Define the doctrine of the Trinity. 2) Find Biblical proof for the Trinity. 3) Find historical more

  • Two Post Resurrection Appearances Of Jesus

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 17, 2004
    based on 31 ratings

    What does the Resurrection of Jesus mean to us today?

    Binham 18-04-04 Jn 20:19-31 Today is the Second Sunday after Easter – and our Gospel reading focuses on two post resurrection appearances of Jesus. The first was Jesus’ appearance to the disciples meeting behind locked doors. And Jesus just appeared in the room in front of the terrified more

  • The Truth Of The Trinity Series

    Contributed by Scott Kircher on Apr 13, 2015
    based on 5 ratings

    Recognizing the Truth of the Trinity - The Father, The Son and the Holy Spirit - is imperative to knowing God and living a life that glorifies Him and experiences His great love.

    The Creed – The Truth of the Trinity Series Introduction Slide Today we are beginning a new series called “The Creed” What is a Creed? A Creed, by definition is Slide A Creed is a set of beliefs that guide someone’s actions. Typically, a creed is a statement more

  • Who Can Explain The Trinity, Not I But … I Will Try?

    Contributed by Gordon Mcculloch on Jan 21, 2014

    Who can explain the Trinity? Not I, and I believe nobody can, however there are some basis principles that help. This sermon attempts to do that, it is long and hard going, but it this the easy, the condensed version; with appendix.

    Summary: Who can explain the Trinity? Not I, and I believe nobody can, however there are some basis principles that help. This sermon attempts to do that, it is long and hard going, but it this the easy, the condensed version. This sermon was delivered to the congregation in St Oswald’s, more

  • The Second And Third Post Resurrection Of Jesus In John's Gospel Series

    Contributed by Revd. Martin Dale on Apr 24, 2020

    The barrier to faith for the disciples was fear and for Thomas Doubt. A word from Jesus overcame fear and doubt

    Story: The late Dr Billy Graham told this story based in the 19th Century Auguste Comte (19 January 1798 – 5 September 1857), the French philosopher, and Thomas Carlyle, (4 December 1795 – 5 February 1881) the Scottish essayist met and started to have a discussion. Comte said he was going to more