Knowing God - The Quest

Knowing God - The Quest

A journey in discovering the one and only true God. Jesus said, "This is life eternal that they may know You the one true God and Jesus Christ whom You sent."

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January 4, 2022
Righteousness is the adherance to moral, or virtuous, principles. But who is the determiner of the moral principle? Our culture proclaims falsely that what may be right (just, righteous) to one group/individual is not necessarily right for another group/individual. There is, however, a standard of absolute morality - and that standard has been determined by God and proclaimed in His Law. Hence, True Righteousness is that which ...
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As incredible and mind-boggling as it is to be able to have a personal relationship with the God Who created the universe, how much more so to realize that God has paid the adoption price that we can become the children of God and can declare to Him, 'Abba, Father.' This message was presented on Sunday, June 20, 2010 by Bob Corbin
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In this final message of the series, we are challenged to consider once again the application of knowing God. It is God's will for His children to be sanctified, to be in a process of becoming more conformed to His holiness ... 'as He who called you is holy, you also be holy in all your conduct.' This transformation of the way we think and live will cause us to be different from the world ... as different as righteousn...
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The will of God is the expression of His desires that He has revealed throughout His Word. The chief desire of God is the exaltation of His person. The primary motive of worship is the recognition that He is the Creator and that He has created all things according to His desire (Revelation 4). As part of that creation, God made man in His own image and likeness. We are told in the Scripture that God desires all men to be saved and...
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September 26, 2010
Jesus said, 'Not everyone who says to Me, 'Lord, Lord,' shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven.' It would seem then to be important to know the will of God. The will of God is the expression of His desires that He has revealed throughout His Word. The chief desire of God is the exaltation of His person. 'I am the LORD, that is My name and My glory I will not give to a...
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September 19, 2010
The Will of God has been broken down in theology into various categories including His decreed will and permissive will. However, our 'wills' are an expression of the strength and priority of our desires. God's Will is the expression of His desires which are consistent and in conformity to His being, composition, plan and attributes. Psalm 115 states, 'our God does whatever He pleases.' As believers and dis...
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September 5, 2010
Our names are representations of who we are. So, YHWH, 'the One who exists,' is the name that God has chosen to represent Himself. With this in mind, it is thrilling to note that God has chosen to ascribe His name to four special items: His Temple, His City, His Messiah and His Children. This message considers the ascribing of YHWH's name to His Children. When we accept God's plan of salvation through Christ, we...
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God revealed His name as YHWH, meaning 'the One Who exists'. The importance of His Name cannot be overstated. It is that by which He has chosen to be known and it is not to be misused. God has chosen to ascribe His name to four special items: His Temple, His City, His Messiah and His Children. This message considers the ascribing of YHWH's name to His Temple, His City and His Messiah. This message was presented on S...
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The terms by which God has chosen to reveal Himself provide additional revelation of His character, His works, and His relationship to us. The Hebrew term for God is El. However, from the beginning (Genesis 1:1) God chose to use the plural of that term 'Elohim' in reference to Himself. Beginning at Genesis 2:4, God personalized His relationship with mankind by referring to Himself as YHWH Elohim. The Name YHWH means '...
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The Fervency of God displayed in His zeal (for His Person, Plan and People) and in His jealousy (for the affection of His children) ought to provoke those who know Him to worship Him and to desire to reflect Him in their lives. We ought to have a zeal for His Person, His Plan and People! We ought to be jealous for time to spend with Him! What is the object of your fervency? Are you fervent for the things of man, or the things of ...
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Numerous times in Scripture God declares, 'I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God.' The word translated jealousy is the Hebrew word qana. In the New Testament it is the Greek word zaelo. Both refer to having a hot fervency toward something, or someone. The Fervency of God is displayed in His Zeal for His Person, His Plan and His People. However, it is also displayed in His jealousy for the affection of His children. O...
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God is holy and righteous, but we are not. Yet God is loving and faithful and desires for all men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth ... and that truth is that God, in His goodness, made a way for us to be reconciled to Him through the payment of the penalty of our sins. That way was for God Himself to be incarnate, taking on the form of a servant in the likeness of man, dieing on the cross AND THEN raising from t...
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The goodness of God is expressed throughout Scripture in a two-fold manner - through His mercy and His grace. It is expressed, also, many times in relation to God's righteousness and justice. In Romans 2 we are asked the question, 'Do you despise the riches of His goodness ... not knowing that the goodness of God leads you to repentance?' The goal of the goodness of God (His mercy and grace) is to lead us to repentan...
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'Little children, let no one deceive you. He who practices righteousness is righteous, just as He is righteous.' (1 John 3:7). The consideration of the righteousness of God should provoke us to a desire to worship Him and reflect Him - the greatest form of adoration is imitation. What standard of righteousness do you use for the standard of your life? Christ called us to 'seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteo...
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The consideration of the faithfulness of God ought to provoke us to worship Him - in praise and increased faith - and to reflect Him. How we respond to His callings and situations of life reveal alot about what we believe regarding the faithfulness of God (His trustworthiness, reliability and dependableness). This message was presented on Sunday, June 13, 2010 by Bob Corbin
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To be faithful is to be dependable, reliable and trustworthy. God is faithful in His Words - IN what He says and TO what He says. Our salvation is critically based upon the faithfulness of God - He gave His Word and He will perform it until it's completion! This message was presented on Sunday, June 6, 2010 by Bob Corbin
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The mind of Christ is to place the value and needs of others above your own - but who are the "others?" We are called to be "imitators of God ... and walk in love." Loving our neighbors (including our brethren, our enemies, and our spouses) is considered to be the fulfillment of the Law. This message was presented on Sunday, May 30, 2010 by Bob Corbin
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When we begin to comprehend the magnitude of God's love for us we will begin to have a greater love for Him. This love for God will be expressed in our desire to worship God (in devotion and obedience) and to reflect Him to the world. This message was presented on Sunday, May 16, 2010 by Bob Corbin.
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The Old Testament word for love (ahav) referred to a passionate affection that one would choose to have for someone else. The New Testament equivalent (agape) refers to a committed, self-giving love. It is this type of love that God demonstrated for us. He chose to place His affection on us and to give selflessly to meet our need. This message was presented on Sunday, May 9, 2010 by Bob Corbin.
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God has called us to have a relationship with Him and to be reflections of Him in the world. Be holy, as I the LORD am holy. We are called to pursue holiness - being set apart and sanctified. What is your pursuit? This message part is part two and was presented on Sunday, April 18, 2010 by Bob Corbin.
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