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Dec 10, 2017 | Clint Tolbert

Jesus, Pioneer of Our Salvation

Hebrews 2:10-13

As we continue to ask the question, “Why was Jesus born?” or “Why did God take on flesh?” it's important to remember that Jesus is the head of a family. That family is the Church. The Church is supposed to have a common identity and Hebrews 2 teaches that part of the reason Jesus was born was to ensure that the mark of his family was made clear to each member and generation. We hope you will join us in worship this weekend as we continue to adore Jesus, the One who is Love Incarnate.

Music:  Rejoice and Be Merry by David Halls


Series Information

Throughout Advent we will be asking the question, "Why did God take on flesh?" or "Why was Jesus born?"  These questions help us unravel what has been historically called the Doctrine of the Incarnation.  Most in our society will be celebrating Christmas in the weeks to come.  Many understand the holiday has to do with the birth of Jesus.  However, the doctrine of the Incarnation is so mysterious that even those within the Church might struggle to answer the question.  Join us as we take Hebrews, chapter 2, as our guide to more fully adore our Lord in this season.