In this sermon, pastor Keith walks us through the apostle Paul’s contrasts between the first Adam and the second Adam, Jesus Christ, and shows us that it is only by the abounding grace of God that we can be found in Christ and reign with him.
Many say that Romans 5:12-14 is one of the most controversial texts in the Bible. This is because there are many theological concepts and questions here that can be difficult to swallow—like the doctrine of original sin and the principle of representation. But the most important question raised by this text is rather simple and […]
In this sermon, pastor Keith shows how God’s providence and Boaz’s kindness led to Ruth’s abundance, and how Ruth serves as an example for all who ultimately take refuge under the wings of our great God and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Now that God’s righteousness has been revealed apart from the law and justification is through faith in Jesus Christ, Paul says that all boasting is ruled out. But the question must be asked: what do we do with the perfect and good law of God? In this sermon, pastor Keith reminds us that one is […]
When reading Paul’s letters, it’s easy to gloss over his greetings and introductory remarks. Yet when we look carefully at what Paul is saying, we find there is much we can learn about the Christian life in the local church. In this sermon, pastor Keith considers Paul’s introductory remarks to the Roman Christians, highlighting his […]
Who do you say that Jesus is? If Jesus were to be here with us, he would have asked in this way, “who do you say that I AM?” We call Him Lord and Savior; we call Him the Son of God and Son of Man; we call Him the Messiah. Some called Him carpenter’s […]
Questions concerning the origin of all things have been discussed and debated by virtually all philosophers, scholars and scientists. Where did we come from and how did we come about? Who knows the beginning of all things? Who has the answer to the questions of the origin of all things? In this sermon, Keith Ryoo […]
Two thousand years ago, before Jesus ascended to the right hand of the Father, he promised his disciples: “You will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth” (Acts 1:8). Though the […]
After learning about the church in Antioch (Acts 11:19-30), Luke includes a fascinating incident involving Herod and the Jerusalem church before transitioning to the missionary activity of Paul. Here, we read of the martyrdom of James, the miraculous deliverance of Peter, but also the earnest prayers of the church. We love to read exciting (and […]