“And when completely emptied, destitute, and lost, He, God, the great kinsman redeemer, chose to save her. Brothers and sisters, just the same Jesus Christ is our kinsman redeemer. He alone has the right to take away the spoils and the ruins all of our loss and our pain and the alienation and brokenness of sin. And it is through Christ alone by His sacrifice that our stains were washed clean that he bore our curse upon that cross and His death made satisfaction for us, all so that we could be reconciled to God the Father – by no merit of our own – but because of the mercy of our Lord. And it is in this complete, and life-giving grace that we all do indeed get to live the greatest story ending of all time: life everlasting.”
"The collision of two worlds - the unveiling of the Kingdom that came in full force at Pentecost - is more than our own personal intimacy with the great counselor. Remember, it's when the fire jumped from the hearth and began burning throughout the entire house. God is pouring out His spirit on all flesh and has come for the whole world and he has chosen His people, you and I, to be His messengers.""
Sermon When Two Worlds Collide by the Rev'd William Krizner | June 9, 2019 - The Day of Pentecost, 11:15am Service