Redeemer Christian Church
Redeemer Christian Church exists to declare the Gospel of Jesus Christ with our words and to display the Gospel of Jesus Chist with our lives to our neighbors and to the nations. For more information, please visit us www.redeemerchristianchurch.com
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Redeemer Christian Church
Redeemer Christian Church in Amarillo
Redeemer Christian Church exists to declare the gospel of Jesus Christ with our words and to display the gospel of Jesus Christ with our lives to our neighbors and to the nations. For more information, please visit us at www.redeemerchristianchurch.com
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July 2022 Episodes:
Romans: The Power & Glory of the Gospel
  • Pub Date: Jul 31, 2022
  • Sent by a Sovereign God
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  • Romans: The Power & Glory of the Gospel (Part 21)
    Romans 9:30-10:21
Romans: The Power & Glory of the Gospel
  • Pub Date: Jul 24, 2022
  • Evangelism, Election and the Glory of God
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  • Romans: The Power & Glory of the Gospel (Part 20)
    Romans 9:1-2
    // If we read Romans 9 honestly, it is a passage that should break us. It is a passage that is mean to stretch our minds and challenge the tidy categories in which we want to organize our ideas about God. Romans 9 is a difficult passage to understand, but even more, what Romans 9 is saying is difficult for us to receive when we understand exactly what it is saying. Nevertheless, we believe with conviction that all Scripture is inspired by Holy Spirit. We believe that what God reveals is truth that stands above all truth. We believe even more that his truth sets us free, and that honestly, humbly, and determinedly wrestling with the truth of Scripture leads us to the truth of God’s unfathomable goodness. Even in the hardest parts of the Bible, we do not rest in our own wisdom or understanding - we rest in the kindness of his character, trust in the perfection of his wisdom, and worship in light of the love God displays to us in the cross of Jesus Christ!
Summer of Psalms 2022
  • Pub Date: Jul 17, 2022
  • Psalm 51
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  • Summer of Psalms 2022 (Part 4)
    Psalm 51
    // David’s confession of his sin has driven him to ask God to deal with his sin. He asks God to be “cleansed" or "purged” of his sin, and the Hebrew word for purge literally means to “de-sin.” David doesn't want to just forget about his sin - he wants every mark of sin to be removed. He asks for his iniquity to be blotted out, as if to remove writing from a book, and he asks to be cleansed with "hyssop", the same plant the Lord prescribed for use in the Passover. David was confident of the forgiveness of the same God who confronted him with his sin, and the hope and confidence David had in the shadow of the Passover we can now have because of the finished work of the final Passover sacrifice, Jesus Christ!
Summer of Psalms 2022
  • Pub Date: Jul 10, 2022
  • The Joy of God's Forgiveness
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  • Summer of Psalms 2022 (Part 3)
    Psalm 32
    // The secret to a joyful life is to know the forgiveness and love of God in Jesus Christ. Our sin promises to give us life and joy, but it robs us of these blessings and replaces them with groaning and decay. Instead of ruining our fun, confession and repentance frees us to thrive and flourish in the shelter of God's forgiving love. As David says, the blessed are not those with possessions, prestige, or protection; instead, "“Blessed is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man against whom the LORD counts no iniquity"!
Summer of Psalms 2022
  • Pub Date: Jul 03, 2022
  • Psalm 69
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  • Summer of Psalms 2022 (Part 2)
    Psalm 69
    // Psalm 69 is a psalm of shame, and freedom God gives us from our shame. David is in a difficult situation, but despite the ongoing pain, he is able to find freedom in a future hope of the goodness of God. Even in the midst of our shame, God is rescuing you and will rescue you. If you’re humble, he’ll bring you gladness. If you are a seeker, he will revive your heart. If you are needy, the Lord hears you. If you are in prison, the Lord does not despise you. He doesn’t add to your shame. He doesn’t pile on; he has freed us from our shame through the cross of Jesus Christ!