Showing messages from the series He Dwelt Among Us
By Brad Quiring beginning November 22, 2018 John 1:14 (NKJV) "And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth." A foundation of God's plan of salvation was that Jesus, God Himself, became flesh and dwelt among us. Jesus, being fully God and fully man, lived, walked, talked, died and rose again on our earth, in our home. Without Jesus coming to the earth it would be more than no Christmas, it would be no hope and no salvation. Join us as we look at the foundational truth of Jesus dwelling among us and how it takes us beyond Christmas presents to the very people who God has called us to be.
By Brad Quiring on December 2, 2018
"He Dwelt Among Us". The focus is the reality of God coming to earth to be with us. Jesus came and dwelt among us which means he came with a mission, through this mission Jesus opened the way so we can be saved by grace and truth. John 1:1-14
By Brad Quiring on December 9, 2018
Jesus put on flesh and dwelt among us. Jesus is literally God with a body. He came in human form to not only be with us so we could experience God with us but also so Jesus could represent all human kind before God in order to pay for our sins. We'll also be celebrating communion as we remember Jesus...
By Brad Quiring on December 16, 2018
God has spoken to us and revealed himself to us in many ways. But the greatest way is by Jesus coming to this earth. The Law and the Prophets were but a shadow of that which is to come, and Jesus Christ is the reality that these symbols pointed to. Jesus confirms everything in the Bible as He is the...
By Brad Quiring on December 23, 2018
Jesus promised he would be with us until the end of the world (Matthew 28:20). Jesus said he would be with us forever, giving us strength and life (John 14:15-21). Jesus came to the earth and dwelt among us for only 33 years. Although he went back to Heaven, His presence is still with us today. Therefore, we have hope through his...