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2 Chronicles 6:18-21. Will God Indeed Dwell with Man? | Colossians 2:13-15 Reflection on the Lord's Supper.

January 26, 2021 Hanli Liu
West Church's Podcasts
2 Chronicles 6:18-21. Will God Indeed Dwell with Man? | Colossians 2:13-15 Reflection on the Lord's Supper.
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West Church's Podcasts
2 Chronicles 6:18-21. Will God Indeed Dwell with Man? | Colossians 2:13-15 Reflection on the Lord's Supper.
Jan 26, 2021
Hanli Liu

How could we possibly expect God, the Lord whom the highest heavens cannot contain, to actually be listening to our prayers? Isn't it the height of arrogance for Christians to not only hope that God hears them - but have the confidence that God will always have his loving attention upon them? God teaches us in this passage in 2 Chronicles 6 how we can come to have the assurance of his love and caring attention to all of our prayers. 

As we reflect on the Lord's Supper, Colossians 2:14 reminds all believers that God has decisively and finally cancelled the record of their sinful debt through the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ. What an amazing and loving God! What encouragement to draw near and share in communion. Join us next time, we usually share in the Lord's table on the first Sunday of each month. 

Show Notes

How could we possibly expect God, the Lord whom the highest heavens cannot contain, to actually be listening to our prayers? Isn't it the height of arrogance for Christians to not only hope that God hears them - but have the confidence that God will always have his loving attention upon them? God teaches us in this passage in 2 Chronicles 6 how we can come to have the assurance of his love and caring attention to all of our prayers. 

As we reflect on the Lord's Supper, Colossians 2:14 reminds all believers that God has decisively and finally cancelled the record of their sinful debt through the cross of the Lord Jesus Christ. What an amazing and loving God! What encouragement to draw near and share in communion. Join us next time, we usually share in the Lord's table on the first Sunday of each month.