Pastor Guy explores the danger of enjoying the warmth of Christian community without really believing in Christ. Hebrews 3:7-19 serve as a real warning to cultural Christianity and those who have fallen in its snares.
Jesus is greater than any Old Testament figure – even the revered and esteemed Moses. In this video, Pastor Guy explores three reasons to give careful attention to the person and work of Jesus Christ, and what we are to do in response to such good news.
What is our significance and purpose in life? Hebrews 2:8 states that “but now we do not yet” have God’s purpose for humanity fulfilled. What was required to recover that purpose? Pastor Guy Lancour explains the answers revealed in Hebrews 2:5-9, in his sermon “God’s…
Pastor Guy Lancour explains from this text why “we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard.” The stakes for neglecting the gospel of Jesus Christ are as incomprehensible as eternity.
Pastor Guy Lancour preaches the superiority of Jesus Christ over angels, in His person, preeminence, and position. His message concludes with two applications: 1. Look at Christ and repent, and 2. If angels worship Jesus, why should we do less?
Hebrews 1:1-4 provides a superlative description of Jesus Christ. In this sermon titled “He is the Radiance of God’s Glory” Pastor Guy Lancour expounds on why Jesus Christ is worthy of such prominence and adoration.
In his sermon preached Jan. 2, 2022, Pastor Guy Lancour points out that Jesus’ sufferings commenced at His birth, and were part of the Father’s plan to redeem a people for Himself. Jesus was acquainted with our sorrows and griefs, and is able to sympathize with our weaknesses.
Pastor Guy Lancour exposits three dramatically different responses to the Incarnation from Matthew 2:1-12 in his sermon delivered Dec. 19, 2021 at First Baptist Church. To which response do you most relate?