HBGT 4: Who is God?

Series  Overview: This 3-week series is centered on the doctrine of God.  Healthy Homes Built on Grace and Truth desire to know God as He has revealed Himself. Because the world tries to supplant God by doubting the truth about God and His Word, and deciding to believe based on convenience.  This series begins the week before Palm Sunday and runs from the first Sunday in April through the last Sunday in April. The paraments begin purple for Lent and finish White for the Easter season.

Who is God, part 4: Revealing Spirit
4/28/19
Pastor Jeff Meyer

Focus:  We have the Holy Spirit, the Helper, our Advocate, teaching us and reminding us.  He reveals Christ in the Scriptures, God’s Plan, God’s Work in the World, all so we can see and know God intimately as we participate with Him.  May we long to know Him, and eagerly reach for the Bible to gaze into the face of God. And I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Lord and giver of life...

Main Text: Luke 24:13-35; John 14:25-26

Who is Jesus, Easter: Exalted
4/21/19
Pastor Jeff Meyer

Focus:  Therefore...

Main Text: Philippians 2:1-11 (vs. 9-11)

Who is God, part 2: Jealous Father
4/14/19
Pastor Jeff Meyer

Focus:  God pursues us beyond the ends of the Earth, and He loves us too much to stop.  He made a people for Himself, forming a covenant with them. He has made us His children through baptism into Christ’s life, death and resurrection.  And He won’t let go. He is not jealous of something we have, as if He needs anything. He is jealous for us, his target is any sin that would threaten to get in the way of our relationship with Him.   I believe in one God, the Father Almighty...

Main Text: Matt 21:1-11; 23:37-39

Who is God, part 1: Triune and Personal
4/7/19
Pastor Matt Wipperman

Focus:  God is the eternal three in one.  He is without beginning or end, infinite, without limit.  As finite creatures, we cannot possibly know Him. It’s only because He is personal, He is inherently relational, in perfect unity and love, that He has made Himself known to us.  He reveals Himself in His works and His Word. So what stops us from believing what God says about Himself?

Main Text: Ephesians 1:3-14