Nate Keeler - February 17, 2019

A City on a Hill: The Gospel for Sinners and Saints

The parable of the Lost Son (Luke 15:11-32) can be divided into two acts: 1. The Lost Younger Brother 2. The Lost Elder Brother. The younger brother represents sinners and the elder brother represents the saints, the Pharisees. In this parable Jesus radically redefines God, sin and salvation. This provides a new lens by which we can see our world and ourselves.

From Series: "Missions Month: City on a Hill"

During February BVBC intentionally focuses on world missions. This year the missions theme is “City On A Hill,” a reference to Matthew 5:14-16. In his Sermon on the Mount, Jesus casts a vision for missions in the everyday relationships of life. The people of God should be a lighthouse, a city on a hill, shining before a watching world through their good works and integrity. During missions month, we will discover our call to missions and become equipped to declare and demonstrate the gospel of Jesus.

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