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JUST in Time

Every Sunday in Lent is a bit of respite from the sadness of our mid-week sermon series, since each is a celebration of what takes place at the end of Lent – Easter.  You may notice a pattern to the Sunday Lenten season series – all texts from Romans. All speak to how we are truly rescued because of what Christ, and not us, has done.
To view a sermon in this "JUST in Time" series, select a link below:

Love Language

Romans 10:10

As we enter Holy Week, we begin a series of days where we see in action God’s love for us. This is the love we trust in and celebrate with our words!

Are We Good?

Romans 5:8-11

We continue our "JUST in Time" series with a study of Romans 5:8-11. "Are We Good?"

See the Time

Romans 5:6

What Time Do You See?
See the Season You You're
There are some events that change the way the world looks. There are some experiences that make you see something different. We may very well be living in one of those times now with the concern over COVID-19/coronavirus. But however the current concerns may or may not change the way you see the world, there is a far greater event that can change the way you see the world and make you see something different. This weekend we studied Romans 5:6 and learned about the special gift of how we get to "See the Time."

Equal and Opposite

Romans 4:25

It is an epidemic!
Lately a lot of our Abiding Shepherd family has either been fighting illness or have had surgery of one kind or another. Fortunately, no one has contracted the coronavirus (nor have we begun to panic as if God were not in control). But we all are part of another epidemic known to us as sin.

This weekend we tackle the next lesson in our "JUST in Time" Sunday Lenten series. We dissect Romans 4:25 and see one of the laws of nature at work: "Equal and Opposite".