“Set Free From Sin” (Romans 6)

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The following sermon, preached on July 2nd, 2017, focuses on how we are free in Christ. Many people think that even though they’re Christians, sin still has a powerful mastery over them. This is not what the Bible teaches. It’s a deception. While it is true that an amputated limb can still have a “ghost itch,” the point of Christianity is NOT to struggle daily with sin. The victory of God is the point! Jesus defeated sin, God is more powerful than sin in your life—tangibly—and herein lies true freedom: That Christ lives in the Christian, and that we are longer slaves to sin! (Romans 6.)

A link to the audio is found below. Click on the link for the audio. And we apologize for the not perfect quality of the audio!

http://vocaroo.com/i/s0OBy1qXXacB

YOU Redefine Holiness (Leviticus 19:9–18)

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The following sermon, preached on February 19th, 2017, examines how Christians redefine holiness. The rest of the world sees Christians acting in a certain way. Is this way a way of holiness? Or, is it a way that looks like the rest of the world? Gandhi once remarked to the effect of, “I like your Christ, but not your Christians.” It is clear that God commands us to act one way, but in reality, we redefine it for terrible consequences.

The audio is below, and again, apologies for poor quality:

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