“Knowing what you believe and believing what you know”
Over the next several months, we will be using the Apostles’ Creed as our guiding outline for the sermon series. In the Apostles’ Creed we find a concise summary of the apostolic teaching in the New Testament. Christians throughout the world and throughout the centuries have united around the core foundation of what the Apostles’ Creed confesses and declares about God and man.
As we move through this series together, we will be placing the weight of our emphasis in three primary areas.
- the content of our faith;
- the conviction in the truth of our faith; and
- on the basis of the content and conviction of our faith, we would set our complete confidence in the glory of God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.
There is a crisis of faith raging today in the world and in the church. Many people claim to believe in God but do not know the God in whom they believe. Sadly, we in the church have often perpetuated this problem by reducing the gospel to its lowest common denominator and failing to discover, delight in, and display the full panorama of the gospel. It is my great hope that as we work through the Apostles’ Creed, our knowledge of God would increase; our will would be fully persuaded; and our heart would fully trust in the glorious love of God the Father, the redeeming grace of God the Son, and the sanctifying work of God the Spirit.
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