Tuesday, January 16, 2018

The Feast of Trumpets - Nathan Rages



For the past four feasts, we've seen how they all point back to some event in Jesus' life. In this sermon, we see that the Feast of Trumpets in Leviticus 23 points to the Second Coming of Jesus.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21082157

The Feast of Pentecost - Nathan Rages



In this sermon from Leviticus 23, we take a look at the Feast of Pentecost and see how it all points back to the Holy Spirit being given to believers.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21081884

The Feast of First Fruits - Nathan Rages



In this sermon from Leviticus 23, we take a look at the Feast of First Fruits and see how it points to the resurrection of Jesus.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21081836

Friday, December 22, 2017

The Feast of Unleavened Bread - Nathan Rages





In this sermon from Exodus 12:14-20, we take a look at the Feast of Unleavened Bread and see that removing leaven is a picture of removing or cleansing sin in our lives. We can also see Christ's burial pictured in this Feast as well.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21070833

The Feast of Unleavened Bread - Nathan Rages





In this sermon from Exodus 12:14-20, we take a look at the Feast of Unleavened Bread and see that removing leaven is a picture of removing or cleansing sin in our lives. We can also see Christ's burial pictured in this Feast as well.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21070833

The Passover Feast - Nathan Rages



In this sermon from Exodus 12, we take a look at the Passover Feast and see that it all centers around the Lamb, Jesus Christ.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21070829

Thursday, December 14, 2017

God’s Love For Us - Nathan Rages





In this sermon from John 17, we discover that the love which God loves us with is the same that the Father has for the Son. We specifically look into the fact that God loves you, the extent that God loves you, and the experience of His love for you.



Audio only: https://rgcolumbia.sermon.net/21068676