It's easy to overcomplicate things, including the way of salvation. This sermon examines the Apostles' simple, yet sufficient answer to the Philippian jailer's all-important question, "What must I do to be saved?"
Tonight, we embark on a search. Who or what can satisfy God's justice, if not ourselves? The conclusion should drive you to a fresh appreciation of divine generosity, renewed faith, and inform your prayers for others.
Before attempting to remove a stain it helps to know its source. In this sermon, we'll consider sin's dark origins in history and human nature. This in turn will leading you to Christ for true, deep cleansing.
In the beginning, God created humanity "very good." What does that mean? And why does it matter to hold fast to this belief in the face of modern myths and ancient errors which say human nature was flawed from the start? Tonight, we'll consider all these questions and how they connect to Christ.