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July 5: I Will Give

To a people in exile, wrestling with the consequences of their own sin, God reminds them of his faithfulness, calls them home, and promises to renew their hearts. Readings from this service: Ezekiel 11: 16-21 Psalm 51: 5-11 John 3: …

June 28: I Will Establish

God makes a string of promises both for now and eternity to give rest and to protect his people, again with a strong Christological theme. Readings from this service: 2 Samuel 7: 9-17 Psalm 89: 33-35 Luke 1: 46-55…

June 21: I Will Deliver

Like all covenants the maker states His name first. His name tells us why we can trust His promises. The promise to rescue a people trapped in an impossible trap of slavery. Readings from this service: Exodus 3: 4-12 Psalm …

June 14: I Will Bless

The foundational promise of the whole of the story of Israel as fulfilled in Christ—to be a blessing to the nations. God’s blessing is never just for our own sakes, but an order to be a blessing. Readings from this …

June 7: He Will Win

Rev. Alex begins our new series this week, I WILL: The Promises of God. God makes numerous promises in the bible, often to people in uncertain times. Unlike human promises, they are 100% guaranteed because of who God is. Our …

May 24: The Ascended Lord

This world is not our home. But we are given to it temporarily to capture it for the Kingdom of God. Jesus is now ascended, and enthroned, giving us both a message and the power of a message accompanied by …

May 17: Overcoming the World

We very likely feel worn down, even defeated right now. Our suffering is to be expected but we can have peace during it and hope of overcoming it in Christ Jesus. Readings from this service: John 16: 25-33 Psalm 47: …

May 10: From Sorrow into Joy

Jesus hints at his purposes in being born, dying, rising and ascending. This will become clearer later after his resurrection. His sovereign rule gives peace to believers in suffering and is the basis for our hope, indeed expectation of joy …