New Audio Sermon Alert!

Amazing Adoption – What an absolute jaw-dropping concept!  That sinful, rebellious man could be (and would be) adopted into the family of our Holy Lord!  Listen as this sermon explores the concept of adoption by looking at an often over-looked passage (John 20:11-18).  After being denied and abandoned by His closest followers, one of our Lord’s first statements after the resurrection was to indicate they were now family by calling them “brothers”.  This is an encouraging, humbling and challenging text.  Click here…Amazing Adoption… now, or visit our Free Audio Sermon Page to listen to this and all the available MP3 sermons.

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3 Comments on “New Audio Sermon Alert!”

  1. revivalandreformation Says:

    I can’t remember which account it is but when Jesus says, “tell My brothers, and PETER…” Would that bring you to tears? What love and grace.


  2. revivalandreformation Says:

    Good sermon. I love it where Jesus refers to His disciples as his brothers. Beautiful. Thanks for this sermon, it touched us personally considering what we are going through right now with our little ones. Bless you brother.


    • ChurchSalt Says:

      I wish my preaching were up to the task of sufficiently discussing our Lord’s comment in this text, but it isn’t. How incredible is it that after all He has just been through that He has that kind of patience and love?!? It just boggles the mind! This is a verse I like to stop and think about from time to time. It has got to be one of the most encouraging texts in the New Testament (at least in my opinion).


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