Pastor Jeff Meyer - November 7, 2021

Living One, Part 1: One True God

“I am the living one.” There are many gods, intentionally worshipped and otherwise. But there was, is, and always will be only one true God. In the Old Testament, “the Living One” was a title used to contrast God to all idols, which are dead, created by man, and have no existence. The Living One exists, and everything else that exists does so through Him. He is the Creator, Sustainer, and Redeemer. Jesus, risen from the dead and alive, proves again for all to see that He is God’s Son, the Only True God, The Living One.

Scripture References: 1 Timothy 3:14-16, 1 Timothy 4:10-11

From Series: "Living One"

This 4-week series is centered on Revelation 1:18 “I am the living one. I died, but look—I am alive forever and ever! And I hold the keys of death and the grave.” Each week will take a piece from this verse, and flesh it out with the scripture reading for that week. Jesus identifies himself as “the Living One” (Rev 1:18), a title used in the OT to contrast the true God with all idols, which are dead and thus have no existence. Jesus Christ was dead but now lives forever. His resurrection proves He is the One True God. His resurrection means His sacrifice for our sins is complete, and we also will be raised. His resurrection means He continues to live forever. And His victory over sin and death means He holds the keys of death and the grave. We have nothing to fear. This series spans November, and the paraments will be white for November 7th (All Saints’ Day), green for November 14th and 21st, and then blue for November 28th, the first Sunday in Advent.

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