Showing messages with topic of Easter
By Brad Quiring on April 1, 2018
1 Corinthians 15:12-28. Jesus died on the cross. He was buried. Had he stayed in the grave, he would be no better or different than any other human. But Jesus rose again from the dead. Both the cross and the grave are empty because Jesus is alive. Because Jesus is alive, we are alive, too, through faith in the fact of...
By Brad Quiring on March 30, 2018
Isaiah 53 – Jesus was our substitute on the cross (Galatians 3:13). He took upon himself all of God’s righteous and holy punishment reserved for us.
By Brad Quiring on March 25, 2018
The cross was very costly for Jesus. It cost Him His life. It was costly for God the Father, as it cost Him His son. But all this was done out of love for us. What will our response be? Do we live for ourselves and today, or do we live for Someone who is so much higher and greater?...
By Brad Quiring on March 18, 2018
Jesus died for us to take away our sin nature and our sinful lifestyle. His death didn’t just take sin away, it gave us new life, a new self, a new being and a new purpose in life. We died with Christ so that we could become new. Galatians 2:19-21; Romans 6:1-14.
By Brad Quiring on March 11, 2018
The message of the cross, of Jesus’ substitutionary death, is the primary message. God turned the shame and curse of the cross into His glory and our salvation. This is what we proudly proclaim: The Gospel of Jesus is simple: Jesus died on the cross for our sins. That is all we have to announce. Hebrews 12:1-3; 1 Corinthians 1:17-18
By Brad Quiring on April 16, 2017
Then: Dead in Sin; Now: Alive in Christ. Ephesians 2:1-10. Had Jesus remained in the tomb, he would have been proved to be no better than us, just another sinner. But Jesus rose again from the dead. His death brought forgiveness of sins. His life brought us new life. We can be truly alive, forever, because of Jesus' death and...
By Brad Quiring on April 14, 2017
Romans 3:19-31. We were guilty because of sin. Our sin nature and our decision to follow our sin nature left us guilty before God without any way to save ourselves. In fact, even if we could keep the Law, it would only serve to show us how sinful we really are. Jesus' took on the punishment for our guilt in...
Then and Now: Then: Without Hope and Without God in the World; Now: With Hope and With God in Christ
By Brad Quiring on April 9, 2017
Ephesians 2:11-22. Before knowing the gospel and believing in the person and work of Jesus, we were hopelessly lost and separated from God. Because of Jesus' death and resurrection, we have moved into a personal relationship with God. We have identity and hope.
By Brad Quiring on April 2, 2017
Romans 6:5-14. Before Christ we were slaves to our sinful nature. Sin was our master, yet we willingly followed. The result was being subject to God's judgment. But Christ came and willingly submitted to God's will that he suffer and die for our sins. Now we have a new master: Jesus Christ himself. We no longer have to be slaves...
By Brad Quiring on March 27, 2016
Resurrection Sunday. Where is peace found? Peace is found through the One who is our Peace. He was broken so we could be made whole. He received His life back so we could have His life and peace with God. Join us to celebrate the peace found in Jesus Christ who rose from the dead. Twitter and Facebook #ALBCMissingPeace
By Brad Quiring on March 25, 2016
Broken peace. Broken bread. Broken body. Through Jesus’ own broken body, God’s peace came to us. Twitter and Facebook #ALBCMissingPeace
By Brad Quiring on March 20, 2016
Centuries before his arrival, Jesus was prophesied to be the Prince of Peace. The Jewish people were under the heavy boot of the Roman conquerors. Jesus rode up to the capital city of Jerusalem as the Prince of Peace. Who would not want this peace? His own people did not receive him and he was rejected. We are under the...
By Brad Quiring on April 5, 2015
By Brad Quiring on April 3, 2015
The Easter Road goes to Calvary, where Jesus died for our sins. Let's join together to remember the reason for this time of year.
By Brad Quiring on March 29, 2015
The people celebrated as Jesus rode up to Jerusalem in his triumphant entrance. But underneath the celebration a terrible tragedy was building. Join us as we open our Easter series at Abundant Life Baptist Church - The Road.