Richard and Bonnie Gardner's
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In Romans 4, a passage found in the New Testament, we find a fascinating reference to Abraham, a key figure from the Old Testament. Why is the story of Abraham sitting in the middle of the New Testament? Isn’t he simply the “Father of the nation of Israel” and significant for the Old Testament? What does he have to do with the New Testament? What does Abraham have to do with you and I? Paul tells us in Romans 4 that Abraham is not only the “Father of the nation of Israel” but, also the father of all who believe.
Trinity Bible Church's guest speaker is Stephen Mosher. Stephen and his family have been attending Trinity Bible Church for 10 years.Stephen is in his third of university.
Why did Jesus die on the cross? Couldn’t God just forgive us if we asked for forgiveness without Jesus having to die on the cross? Don’t you think the cross is a bit extravagant, perhaps over the top? Let’s pretend that Jesus never went to the cross but we went to God seeking forgiveness.