In studying this epic section in Hebrews 10, Pastor Phillip expounds on uniqueness of Christ’s blood in the atoning sacrifice of Jesus Christ for our sins. The writer of Hebrews makes the unique point that Christ’s blood is “newly killed” or fresh, not coagulated as after having set for a while. As the Old Testament […]
In this week’s sermon, Pastor Phillip continues his teaching in Hebrews 9 where he teaches how the new covenant that is discussed in this passage is more like a testament or will as we would understand it in our day. He also teaches about the blood required to seal that testament and how this should […]
In This Sunday’s sermon, Pastor Phillip discusses several aspects of Christ’s high priestly service that were foreshadowed in the Old Testament and fulfilled in Christ in establishing the New Covenant. He addresses the priesthood of the believer, the purpose for which Christ saved us, and much more. May this sermon encourage and edify you as […]
Having dealt with a difficult subject previously, Paul begins in his next part of this chapter with an encouragement for these Jewish believers to be diligent to hold on to the full assurance of hope that is in Christ Jesus until the end. As Pastor Nathan explains, he does this in three ways. 1. Paul […]
In this message, special guest Steve Greg gave an excellent message on what it means to enter into God’s Rest from Hebrews 3 & 4. Do you feel you continually have to strive to earn your salvation? Are you thinking that the rest God offers has to be earned? This is an important message for […]
In this message, Pastor Nathan teaches on Hebrews 2:10-18 where Paul defends the incarnation and penal substitutionary atonement of Christ to his Jewish audience. Here we learn of the importance of these doctrines and how God had planned from the time that man fell that this should happen through His Son Jesus Christ.
Pastor Phillip walks us through the vivid scene of Christ’s death and the miraculous events that occurred, particularly explaining the significance of the temple veil being torn in two. With this we see two vastly different men respond to the love and power of Christ in unique ways.