God provides grace through the blood and sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Join us in this series as we learn about sin, sacrifice and righteousness from the Old Testament.

Adam and Eve

Part 1 • January 26, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

Sin isn't simply a mistake or a lapse in judgment; sin offends God. We can't run from it, we can't cover it up, and dig ourselves out of the whole we've made. But God, in His grace, has provided a way.

Cain and Abel

Part 2 • February 2, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

The story of Cain shows us that sin must be dealt with and God's justice must be satisfied. But it also teaches us that we, like Cain, are guilty before God and cannot save ourselves. We need grace, and that's exactly what God provided in Jesus' sacrifice.


Part 3 • February 9, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

The story of Noah doesn't point backward, it points forward. We see Noah's faith looking ahead to what is to come – the new creation that Jesus will bring with Him when He returns.

Abraham and Isaac

Part 4 • February 16, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

What we see in the story of Abraham and Isaac is that God is our Provider. And through this story, we can look forward and see that God provides everything we need in Jesus.

The Exodus

Part 5 • February 23, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

When we look at the story of the Exodus and the Passover, we see Israel being covered by the blood of a lamb so that they could be freed from slavery in Egypt. But we also see Jesus in the story. His blood has covered us so that we could be freed from slavery in sin. We are free because of the Passover Lamb.

The Tabernacle

Part 6 • March 2, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

As we look at the instructions God gave to construct the Tabernacle, we see that God was communicating several things about Himself. Not only that, but in Jesus, we see the fullness of what God revealed in the Tabernacle – and what that means for us today.

Snake On A Pole

Part 7 • March 9, 2014 • Pastor Jerry Gillis

Just like the Israelites discovered in the wilderness, we are far more sinful than we ever dared to realize. But in Christ, we are more loved than we ever dared to imagine.

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