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The resurrection of Christ filled cowards with a courage to change the world. Armed with only the message of the risen Christ, the world would never be the same.
The shift from the old to the new covenant brought with it a whole new presentation of the nature and character of God and his reconciled relationship with man. The church would learn to communicate this new message and 2000 years later we’re still learning.
What Christ declares about himself is a revelation of your inheritance as a partaker of his divine nature.
Join me and Jesse West in a conversational study as we discover the beautiful new covenant language hidden in Psalm 51.
Your union with Christ has infused you with the words of Spirit and life. The sound is already within you. Learn how to let it out.
There is a commission from the heart of God to worship and music, giving of thanks, and the preaching and proclaiming of the goodness of God. This lesson from the book of Isaiah will explore that commission.
When John saw Jesus and declared His identity, the earth heard a man declare a sound that would reverberate through the universe for all eternity.
Who in their right mind would send their infant floating down a crocodile infested river? Perhaps this mother had more of a renewed mind than anyone among her people. The story of Jochebed is an absolute stunner as her one action set events in motion that saved an entire nation.
In Psalm 73, a man named Asaph gets brutally honest before God about his perspective of injustice. He allows God to conform his perspective and it’s a beautiful transformation.
The New Covenant handbook from Hebrews chapter 13 on being the body of Christ in a world filled with opposition.￼
The finished work of the cross empowers us to enforce the victory of Christ. Yet there is still a responsibility to be intentional about guarding and keeping the garden of our heart and mind.