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Dan Mitchum - November 27, 2022

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Jesus is the light of the world. But did you know He calls us the light of the world [Matt. 5:14-16]? When we receive the light of Christ, our whole lives become illuminated by Him. And the light that radiates from us must not be hidden. This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent. We’ll celebrate the miracle of salvation in Christ. And we’ll learn how to carry out the ministry He has for each of us to do. 

Dan Mitchum - May 1, 2022

An Anchor for Our Souls

Many early Christians were buried in the catacombs in Rome, those tunnels under the ancient city. Three common symbols of faith appear on their tombs: the dove, the fish, and the anchor. The dove symbolizes the Holy Spirit. The letters of the Greek word for “fish,” ichthus, stand for the words “Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior.” The anchor came from the idea that as Christians were going through difficult, insecure times, their hope anchored their souls. Where did they get that idea? From Hebrews 6:13-20—one of the passages we’ll study tomorrow. Jesus was, is, and will forever be the Anchor of our souls!

Scripture References: Hebrews 6:13-20, Hebrews 7:25-28

From Series: "Hebrews: JESUS IS GREATER"

The overall message of Hebrews is JESUS IS GREATER. Greater than what? Jesus is greater than everything! The early Christians needed to be reminded of the supremacy of Christ over all people and things.

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Dan Mitchum - May 1, 2022

An Anchor for Our Souls

Many early Christians were buried in the catacombs in Rome, those tunnels under the ancient city. Three common symbols of faith appear on their tombs: the dove, the fish, and the anchor. The dove symbolizes the Holy Spirit. The letters of the Greek word for “fish,” ichthus, stand for the words “Jesus Christ, God's Son, Savior.” The anchor came from the idea that as Christians were going through difficult, insecure times, their hope anchored their souls. Where did they get that idea? From Hebrews 6:13-20—one of the passages we’ll study tomorrow. Jesus was, is, and will forever be the Anchor of our souls!

Scripture References: Hebrews 6:13-20, Hebrews 7:25-28

From Series: "Hebrews: JESUS IS GREATER"

The overall message of Hebrews is JESUS IS GREATER. Greater than what? Jesus is greater than everything! The early Christians needed to be reminded of the supremacy of Christ over all people and things.

Study Notes     Bulletin

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