1. The Law does its work of killing so we are drawn to Christ who makes us alive by His death and resurrection.
  2. Christianity is not principally about ethics. It was the Cross on the Hill rather than the Sermon on the Mount which produced the impact of Christianity on the world.
  3. Belief in Jesus is no longer a given. Today, we need to make a case. Today, we must give an account.
  4. The promise between God and Abraham reflects God’s relationship with all of His people, which includes the Church, and through the Church to each one of us.
  5. God's is the greatest love expressed through the greatest risk, the only and ultimate sacrifice of God for a love that will endure forever.
  6. A death dealing diagnosis is hard to hear and even harder to endure, but when God is in control it leads to a new vision of life.
  7. Abraham had a daring confidence that God would reveal a saving work to him on that mountain.
  8. While God may and does test one’s faith and life, yet He does not tempt with sin. He does not allure and entice toward ungodliness.
  9. In Mark’s account, our Lord was in a literal wilderness and fought the literal powers of Satan. But He did it so people in any wilderness might know the comforting power of God.

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