Crossroads Church Juneau, AK
Does God keep his promises?
There is some hard warnings in Hebrews, this is one of them
Even in suffering we are tempted to lighten up on the Truth of God's Word and stick to the basics when we should be going deeper.
Jesus is our High Priest and that is no small task. He provides us with grace of God's love through his sacrifice.
Spiritual stagnation is real and the gospel has an answer.
There are historical details on the birth of Jesus that may help to open the story to Western minds. But the simple fact of great joy for all people may be enough.
God came down to us and through his Holy Spirit we bring Him to the Word as the Body of Christ.
Jesus is the Light of the World. Advent we remember his arrival. Light has shined out of darkness.
We need to allow God's Word to cut us so we can heal from the disease of sin.
We miss out on so much and can miss God's promises if we don't enter his rest.
In our suffering we can shut out the voice of God. His main form of communication to us is his Word, the Spirit speaks through his word and warns us to not harden our hearts.
The Jewish believers in Jesus were tempted to retreat back to the Law and Moses for their hope. But Jesus is greater.
Jesus knows our suffering for in his suffering he defeated Satan
If Jesus is really head over everything then why are the Hebrews still suffering?
Our salvation is not to be neglected and we can let it slip away.
We explore the biblical nature of angels and their place in God's kingdom and how Jesus outshines them all.
Is Jesus the most glorious God in your life?
We begin a series walking through the book of Hebrews. Tonight we consider some main themes and ideas that are laced throughout the book.
We become what we worship. Do we know God?