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    • How King Jesus Wins the World

    • Date: Nov 12, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • John 12:12-50
    • Upon Jesus’ arrival in Jerusalem, Messianic hopes are high and even those who hate Jesus are impressed with his popularity. But rather than announcing political ambitions, Jesus proclaims his intention to die. Some in the crowd reject his message outright and others believer but are afraid to say so.

    • Unlimited Power

    • Date: Nov 5, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Genesis 17, Revelation 19
    • God is omnipotent, which means he has unlimited power. The word used most often in the Bible to describe this quality is “almighty.” Unlike humans, Almighty God has the authority and the ability to do what he wants. He invites us to walk with him in a God-empowered life. 

    • Unlimited Knowledge

    • Date: Oct 29, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • Only God is omniscient, but since the very beginning, humans have striven for God-like knowledge. Through our confession, "Oh, Lord, you know" God moves us from reaching for omniscience to resting and delighting in the knowledge of God.

    • Unlimited Presence

    • Date: Oct 22, 2017
    • Speaker: Gabe Lett
    • God is present at all times, in all places, and he always has been. For humans, this is both terrifying and wonderful. Gabe helps us think about why we reach for omnipresence and how we can rest in God’s unlimited presence instead. 

    • Unlimited Consistency

    • Date: Oct 15, 2017
    • Speaker: Jaron Scott
    • God’s unlimited consistency is good news for unstable people living in an unstable world. Jaron unpacks the doctrine of divine immutability and points us to the rock who never shifts or changes and is our refuge and strength. 

    • Unlimited Life

    • Date: Oct 8, 2017
    • Speaker: Tim Chambers
    • In the second sermon in a series about ways God is not like us, we consider God’s self-existence, eternality, self-sufficiency, and incomprehensibility. We are encouraged from Scripture to stop reaching for things unattainable to us, and to instead delight ourselves in the magnificence of God, and to see how these attributes are good news to us.