Life in the church requires a profound sense of clost-knit community with a very well-defined purpose. That purpose is to be purified from all lawlessness. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan’s third sermon on Life in the Church.
What is the communion of the saints? And why does it matter? As Pastor Nate Harlan explains, when God saves us from our sins and reconciles us to Himself through Christ, He also reconciles us to His church.
In this concluding message on the book of Daniel, Pastor Nate Harlan demonstrates how God’s promises are proven true in His judgment of A.D. 70. Thus, God’s people know that He will make good on all of His promises to us. He will remember us. He will be our home.
Pastor Nate Harlan says the first few verses of Daniel 12 remind us that we need a deliverer. “When no one else would fight for you, when all hope seemed to be lost, when your enemies had you surrounded, it was Christ who arose to fight for you.”
This chapter features an incredibly detailed prophecy of the rise and fall of kings after the time of Daniel — a roadmap to the first coming of Jesus Christ. Hear Pastor Nate Harlan describe many of the highlights of this passage, which let God’s people know when to expect the coming of the Messiah.
The meaning of the seventy weeks prophesy in Daniel 9 is one of the most debated portions of Scripture among Bible-believing scholars. Pastor Nate Harlan steps through the passage verse by verse to demonstrate how this passage was fulfilled in the life of Christ and the early church.
Christmastime is all about God’s inexhaustible generosity toward his children. The enemy wants us to believe that God is stingy. Thus, one of the keys to being a faithful Christ-follower is to always keep the generosity of God in front of you.
This portion of Daniel, mentioning the prophecy of the 70 weeks, is one of the most hotly debated passages among Bible-believing scholars. What is Daniel talking about? Today’s sermon by Pastor Nate Harlan addresses one question that this passage raises: What will the Messiah do?