Psalm 15 begins with one of the most pertinent yet weighty questions humanity could ever ask: “O Lord, who shall sojourn in your tent? Who shall dwell on your holy hill?” (Ps 15:1). This question suggests that there are requirements to be met before anyone is able to stand before God, to enter his presence, to enjoy fellowship with him in his dwelling place. However, as we read the psalmist’s response, we quickly realize that our sin renders such a feat impossible. In this sermon, Ryan Andryshak points us to the work of Christ and the imputed righteousness we have by our union with him. It is only by God’s grace that we can be raised with Christ and seated “with him in the heavenly places” (Eph 2:4-6).
December 5, 2022
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