Our Incomparable Saviour



To those who are burdened with a sense of guilt, the concept of forgiveness is certainly good news. The Bible speaks of this concept using a fancy word, ‘justification’. The Bible also speaks about the concepts of ‘grace’ and ‘faith’ as being the only basis upon which the forgiveness of God can be received. While Christians use these words and speak of these concepts often, the question might well be raised as to whether we really understand them. In ‘Our Incomparable Savior’, the testimony of Scripture is examined under a spiritual magnifying glass with the intent of removing these beautiful ideas, concepts and words from the realm of theological theory and planting them solidly upon the rock of practical, spiritual experience.

Our Liberating Lord



Have you ever been frustrated by a sense of moral or spiritual weakness in some area of your life? Forgiveness for one’s failings is indeed good news! But wouldn’t it be even better if there was a cure to the very weaknesses that give rise to the need for forgiveness? The good news of the gospel is that there is power to overcome every inherited and cultivated tendency toward evil. If this were not the case, it would not be ‘salvation’. The very word, ‘salvation’, denotes the idea of being liberated from a situation of entrapment or certain death. In ‘Our Liberating Lord’, you will discover the life changing news that the salvation offered by Jesus is more powerful than your personal weaknesses - no matter how far you think you’ve fallen.

Our Victorious Messiah



When one reads the four gospel accounts, which describe the last few hours of Jesus’ life as He hung upon the cross, there almost seems to be a contradiction. Yet upon closer examination a beautiful harmony will be found which illuminates the spiritual journey that Jesus undertook as humanity’s substitute. You’ll discover what humanity’s redemption cost heaven. While salvation is free to humanity, it was extremely expensive to heaven.

Our Suffering Messiah



Have you ever asked where God is in the midst of tragedy, pain, or loss? Sometimes it’s difficult to see how there could possibly be a loving God when one is confronted with the horrific scenes of human life that play themselves out on planet Earth every day. Does God really care? If so, where is He when you’re hurting? Is God in anyway affected by this world’s sin and brokenness. The answer to these questions is absolutely YES! In this episode in the Portraits of Jesus series, Ps Adrian Webster unpacks a few Biblical passages that will reveal key concepts from the last few hours of Christ’s life as He was dying on the cross. Indeed sin, suffering, death and brokenness have all affected God in a profound, personal, first-hand manner. This amazing love and grace provide the strength to carry on despite this life’s tragedies.