In continuation of our Foundation Series we look at one of the most fundamental concepts in Christianity, Atonement. Atonement is not a word we use often in regular conversation but it gets to the heart of the issue of sin and how imperfect human beings may be reconciled to a perfect God. Early on God […]
Sin. The barrier between Man and God. Man’s willful disobedience to go against God’s law. What is sin? Why do we sin? Can we pay for our mistakes? This sermon covers the foundations of what sin is and how in enters into our story.
God has attributes that we share with Him. He is a creator, a communicator. He loves. He gets angry. God is logical, but God also gets emotional. This message covers some of the communicable attributes of God as evidenced by Scripture.
How do you communicate that which is beyond the scope of our understanding? God has many attributes that are beyond our comprehension. God is not human. He is eternal. We are limited. As Christians it is important for us to understand who God is and what separates him from other religions.
Rather then dive into the various theories regarding the abomination of denomination and the meaning of the different days, we will be looking at the last words conveyed by the angels to Daniel. Daniel has ministered well and faithfully over the reign of 4 kings and now is the conclusion of his life and the […]
Daniel’s final vision concludes with a vision of the final judgement in which all people, living and dead, will be judged by God. This message contains symbols that are still debated today. What do the days mean? What is the abomination of desolation? What does it mean for us today?
Daniel receives his last vision on the banks of the Tigris river. Here the vision will go into much more specifics about the coming conflict between nations, namely the Persians and the Greeks. This conflict however, is just a prelude to the final judgement and victory over evil. In this section we look at the […]
We are presented with two figures. The Son of Man, a figure who is a man and yet worshipped like God, and the “little horn,” a king who wages war against the saints. Who is this figure? In this message we look to demystify the antichrist figure and try to understand the meaning of the […]
Daniel takes a big shift in genre and tone in Chapter 7 marking the change from narrative to apocalytpic literature. Rather than stories, we are given visions and dreams of beasts and God’s divine council. Much of the language is steeped in imagery that is difficult to interpret for the lay person and even the […]