Sermon title, by Pastor Greg Byman
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Romans, Part 12: How to Grow Hopeful During Affliction
January 26, 2020: What takes your breath away? What makes you lean in and, whether your reaction is small or great, prompts you to react with a sense of fascination and reverence? Over the past three Sundays, Pastor Greg Byman has talked about taking a personal spiritual assessment, a strategy for reading the Bible, and the imperative to pray. All of these activities are, to some extent, expressions of worshiping God—words and actions which essentially say to God, “Wow, you are worthy of my fascination and reverence.” Today, Greg delivers his fourth message in this series is entitled, “How to Worship God.”
December 22, 2019: How many names do you have, and what does your name say about you? In the Bible, God introduces us to Jesus by way of over 50 names and titles, and the believer in Christ who learns and appreciates how the Father has named his Son gains wonderful understanding about his character and his attributes. Today is the third message of this series on the names of Jesus, and today we focus on Yeshua or, "The Lord Saves"; The "Son" (Son of the Most High, Son of God, Firstborn Son; The Savior/Christ/Messiah.
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