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Reformation: Christ Alone

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Sunday, October 9, 2016

Reformation: Christ Alone

Pastor Steve Brown


We live in an increasingly pluralistic culture. While this causes conflicts, it is good and enjoyable to experience the diversity of people and cultures around us. With this growing plurality comes the tension in our belief that eternal salvation comes through faith in Jesus alone. Anyone with a shred of Christ’s love in them hopes that all people will be saved, but the New Testament teaches that there is assurance of salvation only through faith in Jesus. We are motivated by the holy discontent that even one person would spend eternity separated from God. This motivates our evangelical mission to reach all people who yet do not trust in Jesus.


If you have not yet done so, trust in Jesus for your salvation. If your hope or tolerance has moved you to drift into believing there is universal salvation for all people, regardless of their beliefs, then you are invited to reset your thinking that salvation comes through faith in Christ alone. Let that motivate your evangelical behavior.

Lessons: Acts 4:8-12, Colossians 1:15-22, John 14:1-9

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