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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 26 March 2013 )
Last Sunday Morning

Hebrews 2:10-18

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For the past couple of weeks, I have chosen a Christmas song to be part of our corporate worship, even though we are still in September. I have done this for a couple of reasons. First, as I shared last week, the theology in our Christmas hymns is too good to only sing once a year. Second, the author of Hebrews teaches about the incarnation of Jesus in Hebrews 2. Just as the first chapter points to the deity of Christ, so the second chapter points to His humanity. The author demonstrates how Jesus became a human and fulfilled Godís role for humanity which is outlined in Psalm 8 (see 2:1-9). At the end of his exposition on that Psalm, the author states that Jesus is crowned with glory and honor because of the suffering of death, so that by the grace of God he might taste death for everyone (v. 9b). Jesus became a man and suffered in our place on the cross. But we might ask at this point: Why was that necessary? Why did Jesus have to become a man and why did He have to suffer and die? Why do we celebrate His incarnation each year in December? The author goes on to answer these questions in our passage this morning by giving us several descriptions of why Jesus took on flesh and suffered at the cross. Letís consider these together.

Last Updated ( Friday, 30 September 2016 )
Sunday Evenings

5:00 pm - Small group study on parenting teenagers
6:00 pm - Discussion of the book of Hebrews

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 31 August 2016 )
Sharing the Gospel - Introduction

Sunday Evening, April 9, 2006

I.  Introduction:
 How would you answer the questions: How does a person become a Christian?  What is the gospel?  How can I be saved?  Why do I need to be saved?  All of these questions are important for us to answer as we come into contact with an unbelieving world.  Yet, at times, we find ourselves unable to articulate an answer (or at least an answer that we feel is appropriate).  Before I came as pastor here at Trinity, I was asked to possibly teach some on the issue of sharing our faith with others.  Thus, for the next few weeks, I want us to try and answer the above questions in a way that will aid us in sharing the gospel with our neighbors, family members, friends, co-workers, and even strangers.  Tonight I want to begin with a couple of introductory questions.

Last Updated ( Monday, 14 May 2007 )

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