In this message we are talking about basic spiritual truths that are key and foundational to the Christian faith. Sometimes a believer gets off course in their relationship with Jesus. This is why believers need to make regular spiritual assessments and correct their course.
The fourth promise in this series is a fulfilled life. We find ultimate fulfillment in Christ. We find ultimate fulfillment when we accomplish His plans and purposes for our lives. We find fulfillment in our relationship with God and with other believers, serving together to fulfill God's plans.
God makes certain promises to mankind that are timeless and universal. One of those promises is freedom. Jesus came to set us free from our sin so that we can live a life of freedom. Jesus said, "if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed". It's our hope and prayer that you find true freedom in Christ Jesus.
In this message series we are talking about four basic promises God makes in His word that are available to everyone and have their fulfillment in Christ. God promises us salvation. If we will put our faith in Christ, God will deliver on His promise and bring us out from our bondage to sin.
God makes promises to mankind throughout the Bible. In this message series we are concentrating on four key promises God revealed first in the book of Exodus. Only in Christ can we fully enjoy the promises God made to His people 3,500 years ago. Each of the four promises are valid for us today and can be experienced in Christ.
What we believe about eternity determines how we live our lives today. In this final message of the series Pastor Tyler talks about the unimaginable blessing of heaven. The reality of heaven should impact our daily lives causing us to live our lives from an eternal perspective rather than the temporal.
In this message we share what the Bible says about the reality of hell. Some people question why would a loving God create hell, or why would a loving God send good people to hell? In this message we answer these questions and others like them.