On what basis can the Christian have assurance of salvation. How ought we enter into and persevere into it?
This passage is probably one of the more troubling in all of Hebrews. Pastor Guy explores the warning being given and how we should respond to it.
Far too many believers are still dependent on spiritual milk and not ready for the “meat” of serious and deep Scriptural doctrine. Pastor Guy Lancour addresses this weakness in this timely sermon.
Pastor Guy Lancour describes the significance and purpose of a high priest, and why we desperately need someone to serve in this role on our behalf. Hebrews 5:1-10 states that Jesus Christ is the superior high priest who makes intercession for those who trust in Him.
In this Easter morning message, Pastor Guy explores the expectations of the women who traveled to Christ’s grave and discovers that the unexpected is much more suprising.
We can persevere in the faith by holding fast our confession and drawing near to the throne of grace through our great sympathetic high priest, Jesus, the Son of God.
Mark 15:1-20 describes Jesus; trial and crucifixion. Shane Brown shares these events from five different perspectives, and points out how these relate to various views of Jesus Christ today.
Hebrews 4:1-11 warns us to pay attention to our souls and not wander off into unbelief and disobedience. In this message, Pastor Guy explores this warning and the promise attached to it of rest from our spiritual struggles in this life and the life to come.