Our Obedience to Christ

Romans 10:9 Our Obedience To Christ

Romans 10:9 Our Obedience To Christ – In this second part of the Lordship of Jesus over us, Nathan Tarrant explains the mark of a true Christian is that of obedience to Christ. He outlines what that actually means and why it is so important to anyone professing to be a Christian.

 

Romans 10:9 The Lordship of Jesus

Romans 10:9 The Lordship of Jesus over Us Part 1

Romans 10:9 The Lordship of Jesus over Us Part 1 – Continuing our look at what it means to confess Jesus as Lord, Nathan Tarrant begins a two part sermon looking at the Lordship of Jesus over us. In this first part he explains that Jesus has both control and authority of all things and he explains what that means to those of us who call ourselves Christian.

 

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Romans 10:9 Jesus is Lord

Romans 10:9 Jesus is Lord – Continuing our look at the statement of Paul in Romans 10:9, Nathan Tarrant begins a look at the term Lord and what it actually means to confess Jesus is Lord. Many professing Christians will deny the Lordship of Jesus in their lives, but Nathan Tarrant shows us how that is actually impossible to do, for Jesus is Lord over the lives of everyone, saved or not.

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Gospel Message 22nd July 2018

In the first of our specific gospel messages, Alan Clark addresses the issue that salvation is of the Lord and what that means and how that affects all of mankind.

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Romans 10:9 Confess Jesus The God Man

Romans 10:9 Confess Jesus The God Man – As we continue our look at Romans 10:9 and explain the real Jesus we are to confess, Nathan Tarrant looks at how  The Lord Jesus Christ has two natures, that of God and man, truly God and truly man in one person, and he explains why this is both significant and important for us to understand, if we are to confess Jesus is Lord.

 

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Romans 10:9 The Deity of Jesus

The Deity of Jesus –As we continue to look at what it means to confess Jesus is Lord , as described by Paul in Romans 10:9, Nathan Tarrant addresses the deity of Jesus by showing us from Philippians 2:6-7 that the Lord did not give up His deity when he became flesh, as the Kenosis theory describes, but rather, he took on humanity. We come to understand what it meant that ‘He emptied Himself’, which is not to give up His deity, but to lay aside His expression of deity while here on earth.

 

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Romans 10:9 Confess Jesus is Lord

Romans 10:9 Confess Jesus is Lord – In Romans 10:9 Paul says if you confess Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. Nathan Tarrant addresses 3 key aspects of that statement. First what does it mean to confess, second which Jesus needs to be confessed, and what it means to say He is your Lord.

 

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Romans 10:6-7 Simply Believe – A Warning Against Searching For Signs And Wonders

Simply Believe – A Warning Against Searching For Signs And Wonders. In the previous sermon from Romans 10, Nathan Tarrant explained that the Apostle Paul had told us that we do not need the law to be saved, we simply need to believe. In this sermon Nathan Tarrant explains that Paul also tells us we do not need to seek out signs and wonders either, something which is becoming more and more prevalent within the Church today. In this message it is explained why God used signs and wonders in the past, and we also hear a stark warning to the dangers of fixating on them or seeking them today.

 

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Drive Out The Canaanites From The Land

Drive Out The Canaanites From The Land – Continuing his series of lesson from the wilderness, Alan Clark looks at Deuteronomy 11 and the command of God to the Israelite’s to drive out the Canaanites from the land, and explains how we as Christians must look to do the same in our lives.

 

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Romans 10:5-9 Simply Believe

Simply Believe – In this sermon Nathan Tarrant guides us through Romans 10:5-9 and explains that Paul is addressing the fact that there are three types of ‘Christianity’, of which only one is true. The first is the Christianity of works, the second is the Christianity of signs and wonders and the third, the true Christianity, is simple belief in the Lord Jesus Christ. Nathan explains how the first two no only place burdens on people, but lead people away from the truth of salvation by faith alone.