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Blessed Assurance

On a scale of a 1 to 10, how sure are you of your eternal life?  There are many reasons that people lack assurance in their salvation.  What is God’s answer for assurance?  How can we know beyond the shadow of a doubt that we have eternal life?  David denHartog uses I John 5:9-15 to […]

Basics…Man, Part 2

Dean Elliott teaches the third in the “Basics” series.  In Genesis 2:18-25, Adam is given a commission by God and how He intended for man to complete it.  God’s intention for man is to show God’s glory to the world.  Adam is also given two clear areas of responsibility.

Much Ado About Something…But What?

Dean Elliott introduces a new series – taking a look at salvation from God’s perspective.  Our salvation is great because of a divine perspective.  We are part of a much bigger story – the story of God’s glory. Scripture references: Psalm 8:1; Isaiah 42:8-9; Jeremiah 9:23; Job 1 Ecclesiastes 12:12 “… of making many books […]

The Finish: Will You Be Saved?

David denHartog teaches about the third meaning of “salvation” or “saved” found in the New Testament.  In these passages, the words are speaking of a reward that comes at Jesus’ return to those that have lived faithfully during their life on earth. Scripture references: Mark 8:34-38; Ecclesiastes 2:4-10; I Peter 1:3; James 1:21; Hebrews 3:14 […]

The Race: Are You Being Saved?

David denHartog teaches regarding the second great truth about our salvation – how we are being saved from the power of sin and the lies of Satan. Scripture References: Romans 10:1-15 (main); Romans 7:25; Romans 8:5; Psalm 1:1-2; 2 Corinthians 3:18

The Start: Have You Been Saved?

David denHartog teaches from Ephesians 2:1-10 and explains the meaning of the word “salvation,” in general and in context of today’s text.  The Christian life is like a race, and the starting point is one aspect of salvation as the New Testament defines it.

It’ll Stunt Your Growth

David denHartog teaches from Philippians 2:12-18 on what can stunt our spiritual growth.  It will snuff out our joy and lessen our impact on others.  He also brings clarity to “work out your salvation with fear and trembling,” in verse 12.