What does it mean to say that we have adoption through God the Father? Galatians 4:1-7 is examined in this sermon based on a manuscript written for MIN-601, Christ-Centered Preaching, for Grand Canyon University Theological Seminary, June 2017, by the Longhaul Preacher himself.
Breaker, breaker, into the black...
I’d like to thank everyone for their patience this year. Just got back from the blistering heat of Phoenix for the week and feeling worn, but want to share with you both the sermon I did so badly and a ton more from what Cloud Imperium has been saying. Hope to talk to you soon.
God bless and thanks again.
We just got word that early this Friday morning, my good friend and brother in Christ, Rob Sharp, finally took the last road home to heaven after a long fight against cancer. While I’m personally sad that we shall never meet again here on Earth, I am glad that he is no longer in pain, but is in his Father’s arms, and I have no doubt he is hearing those words we all hope to hear, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”
Along with prayers for the family, please consider making a donation to your favorite cancer research foundation.
What is Easter, really? Is it bunnies and chicks, eggs and candy? Of course not, but what is it? Here’s one father’s take on it: What if we looked at what Easter is by way of God the Father?