Providence is defined in the Bible-based
Heidelberg Catechism, Q&A 27 and 28.
27: "What do you understand by the providence
28: "What does it profit us to know that God created
and by His providence upholds all things?"
The answers, as Kevin Pulliam reads and expounds,
show our need to trust and rest in what God brings
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At the peak of Jesus' ministry, He takes a moment to direct His disciples. He has prepared them for this moment. They had seen His power both publicly and privately on the lake. Now He asks them a question. The question is the same one that every man will have to answer: Who am I? Join us as we look at the titles that are most often used of Jesus.
The fourth chapter of the 1689 Baptist Confession deals with creation, first the general creation of all things, and secondly the creation of humanity in particular. We confess that God is the creator, and that he has revealed truths about his creation.
"After a long busy day, Jesus showed He lived a life of dependence on the Father. He purposefully went away to spend quiet time in prayer. If He needed this time, how much more do we?" ~ Pastor Nathan Mestler
Watch this Sunday evening's message entitled "One Busy Day in Galilee", part 3 in our series "Journey with Jesus: A Survey of the Life of Christ."
What is Paul's or the Bible's view of the human being as to their essence? What lies at the foundation of our being? When Paul declares that we have been baptized into Christ and into His death; when stating that we were buried with Christ so that we may walk now in newness of life; when he says we have been united or planted together with Christ in the likeness of His death so that we may be in the likeness of His resurrection; when he says that our old man was crucified; that we have died to sin, that we are free from sin, that we are to reckon ourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus our Lord… We must ask the question who or what of ourselves is Paul addressing? Now this may sound like an unnecessary philosophical question but actually it is quite important, and I hope you see that the answer to this question will be a very practical thing for us to know and find out.