The Gospel According to David

 Rocky Mountain Bible Conference

May 27–29, 2016

In Psalm 32 David declares, “Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered. Blessed is the man to whom the Lord does not impute iniquity.” Paul uses this quote in Rom 4:7–8 to support three great truths of the Gospel:
(1) Justification is by faith in Christ alone;
(2) God imputes His righteousness to those who believe the Gospel; and
(3) This righteous standing before God is apart from works of any kind.

Gene Cunningham - December 21, 1998

Upper Room Discourse #1

Upper Room Discourse #1

John chapters 13 - 17 is among the most critical portion of scripture because it outlines fellowship like epistle of 1st John (1Jo 1:1-3). Inclusio Book ends: a) Joh 13:1 "He loved them to the uttermost (end)" (Heb 17:25); b) Joh 17:25-26 "...that the love with which you loved me will be in them". Signs are spiritual lessons; John writes of eight signs -- the last and most important being the resurrection.

Scripture References: John 1:1-3, John 17:25-26, Hebrews 17:25, John 13:1

From Series: "The Upper Room"

Originally given in Tucson AZ in August 2007 this series amplifies the crux of Christian doctrine as delivered by Jesus to His disciples in John chapters 13 through 17 - the Upper Room.

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