Acts 21:27-36, Jeff Duncan
Acts 21:1-14, Jeff Duncan
Jesus is celebrated but misunderstood as he enters Jerusalem riding on a donkey. Five days later the voices in Jerusalem will be crying out, "crucify him." Listen in as we discuss how they misunderstood Jesus and how that applies to our lives today.
Why was it necessary for Jesus to die on the cross? In this sermon from 1 Cor 11:26 we see that Jesus had to die on the cross to fulfill God’s eternal plan to save His people from their sins.
And one of them named Agabus stood up and foretold by the Spirit that there would be a great famine over all the world... - Acts 11:28
In his sermon we look at the second half of Peter's sermon in Acts 3. He preaches a full salvation in Jesus that was predicted in the Old Testament and that purifies His people.
In this sermon we finish out our series in Esther by briefly discussing the Feast of Purim and then moving on the topic of whether or not we should celebrate Old Testament Feasts. Read "Esther 9:20-10:3" and "Colossians 2:1-19" and listen in.
What was the significance of the Old Testament temple? How does the New Testament speak about God's temple? Listen in as we dig into "Ephesians 2:19-22" and answer these questions and see that we are his temple.
We first read "Exodus 28" and then focused on a couple of items of the High Priest's garments. We looked more closely at the shoulder pieces and the breastplate of judgment to see how the picture Christ and His intercession for His people (also see "Hebrews 7:23-25"...