Today we come to the line in the Apostle’s Creed that is going to force us to consider a doctrine that receives very little attention in modern Evangelicalism. Following our confession that Jesus was crucified, dead and buried, we confess: He descended into hell.
The line in the Creed that we will be studying today brings us to the theological centre of the Christian faith. Today we confess that the Lord Jesus Christ was crucified dead and buried. Today’s scripture reference is Mark 15:21-47
Jesus’ earthly ministry was not summarized with any of the words that we might expect. It wasn’t a life of triumph, or leisure, or applause, or victory. No, Jesus’ earthly life was a life of suffering. Today’s sermon is based on Isaiah 52:13-53:12
Today, in our study of the Apostle’s Creed, we are going to spend our time reflecting on two simple words: I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth; and in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord Do you understand the implications of those two words...
As you recite the Apostle’s Creed, you are both declaring WHAT you believe and WHO you belong to. The Creed describes the center of the center of the Christian faith and, as we proclaim it, we join our voices with faithful brothers and sisters in Christ right through the ages!...
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