LORD’s Day #14 (2022)

How lovely is your dwelling place, O LORD of hosts! My soul longs, yes, faints for the courts of the LORD; my heart and flesh sing for joy to the living God.

Psalm 84:1-2

Today, the messages that we have heard revolve around the glorious substitutionary work of Christ. It is the old old message that never gets old.

Excerpts and Lessons from BVCBF and HGCBCC Pulpit

Message: The Sinless Savior came to take away our sins that we may not live in sin. 
Text: 1 John 3:5
Why Christians should not continue to sin? Because God hates sin, since God hates sin He sent a Sinless Savior. 
I.	Christ came to take away sins 
II.	Christ came as the sinless One 

-	Let us be in the business of killing sin 
-	Let us not forget the purpose of Christ’s coming 
-	Let us pursue greater to have hatred of sin 

Christ’s incarnation is primarily aimed to save His people from their sins. The Perfect Christ alone can save us from the imperfection brought by sin. Christ’s sinlessness is one of the proofs that His people will not live sinful lives.

The Practical Impact of the Study of Final Judgment
I. To deter the believers from sinning - We need not know the specific day lest we not have carnal security, this also applies to the day of our death.

We have to be warned on some teaching where judgment of the wicked is not eternal However, there are positive assertions of the Scripture of eternal punishment:
a. Matthew 25:41- eternal fire
b. Mark 9:43 - unquenchable fire
c. Revelation 14:10-11 - no rest day and night

We must accept the eternality of both eternal life and punishment as well. (cf.Matthew 25:46)

II. To cheer and comfort the believers from all toils and struggles 

“The whole service of the Day of atonement is full of Christ for everything in it typifies Christ’s substitution. Christ’s sacrifice is superior because it was offered once and for all”


Blessed Lord’s Day!


Published by Jeff Chavez

Sinner saved by grace

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