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How should we respond when it seems that the state of the world is calling into question God’s promises?View Sermon
This week, we learn that the Lord’s Supper is a Covenant meal. In it, God is ratifying His Communion with us. It is also a Covenant sign. Just like the rainbow in Genesis 9 was a visible sign of an invisible promise, Communion is a reminder that God’s promise of salvation is real, and still in effect.View Sermon
God shields us by His covenant through both life and death. As we unpack Genesis 15, we are taught how we relate to God, and how very small and insignificant we are, in relation to His Covenant. God gives Abram a promise, then a tangible sign, to which Abram responds in faith. And this is credited to him as righteousness. Today, God shields us though Christ (Luke 1: 67-80), and the Gospel (Romans 4 vs 16-25). God’s covenant stands, even if we don’t live long enough to see the fulfillment of the promise in this life.View Sermon
The Lord’s promise Abram to undo the curse, not only in his life, but for the whole world. Even though Abram dies before receiving the fulfillment of this promise, we are reminded that, through Christ, we can be a part of His family so, we should not fix our eyes on what we can see, but rather on what the Lord has promised.View Sermon
God made a covenant with Abram and promised that He would give Abram a name, a people and a land.
In doing so, God would start reversing the curse, and turning His world back to the way He intended. However, in order to do so, Abrahm had to fulfill some terms and conditions.