- 1 Corinthians/
- 1 John/
- 1 Peter/
- 1 Samuel/
- 1 Thessalonians/
- 1 Timothy/
- 2 Thessalonians/
- 2 Timothy/
- New Testament/
- Old Testament/
October 17, 2021 / Duration:
Christians both bestow blessing and receive blessing when they live out their faith before others. What does that look like when it costs a great deal? Peter encourages his readers to look to Christ.
Strangers & Aliens – 1 Peter 2:11-25
October 3, 2021 / Duration:
How should Christians seek to navigate culture as strangers to it? What does wise, godly engagement look like that will realistically transform our cities? Peter points his readers to humility, honor, and suffering. View this morning’s Worship Guide here: http://www.foundationfxbg.com/wp-cont… For more information, visit foundationfxbg.com.
Able to Sympathize
October 4, 2020 / Duration: 34:49
May 27, 2018 / Duration: 52:11
The Exile’s Hope
April 27, 2017 / Duration: 39:54
Jeremiah 29:11 A favorite verse to share, this promise is not a spiritual good luck charm or promise of prosperity. Rather, it is the weary exile’s hope for a future rooted in the faithful promises of God.
God’s Ultimate Glory
November 7, 2016 / Duration: 57:26
John 11:1-44 Jesus’ miracles are meant to reveal to us the glory of God and the glory of Christ. The raising of Lazarus reveals God’s glory in three ways: in the delayed relief of human suffering, in the promise of new life, and in the ultimate revelation of Christ in the gospel.
Behind a Frowning Providence – Psalm 44
August 14, 2016 / Duration: 45:17
Psalm 44 Psalm 44 helps us orient our response to tragedy and uncertainty in a Godward direction. When faced with trial and honest frustration, how do we avoid the hope-blindness of distrust in God’s covenant faithfulness? By reminding ourselves of the inseparable love of God toward us in Christ Jesus his Son.
Strength in the Suffering Pilgrimage of God’s Elect
August 7, 2016 / Duration: 45:31
1 Peter 5 As the Apostle Peter closes out his first letter, he reminds his readers of the source of their strength during their suffering-filled exile — their salvation. The gifts God gives the church, such as elders, are aids in the long journey home.
Was The Suffering Of Jesus Really Necessary? A Passion Sermon
March 23, 2016 / Duration:
The gruesome narrative of Jesus’ suffering and death may lead some to wonder if all that suffering wasn’t a bit excessive, necessary, or even evil. But the prophet Isaiah understood that the savior’s suffering was indeed necessary, and even carried out by God’s own hand.