The preaching ministry of Westgate Church (Weston, MA)
Isaiah’s experience models the pattern for the Christian life.
The heart of Christ is revealed in the way he prays for his people.
The relationship between the Son and the Father is the paradigm for our relationship with God and with one another.
The chief aim of Christ is to glorify the Father.
We can have peace in the middle of turmoil through what Christ offers us.
God makes sorrow into joy.
The Holy Spirit brings truth that will convict the world and transform our hearts.
Endure persecution for the sake of Christ
Disciples of Christ are called to love as he has loved.
The gospel message brings us life.
That we would abide in Christ, looking to him alone as the source of life and righteousness.
The heart of Christ is revealed in the way he prepares the disciples to endure his departure.
Jesus offers us eternity with Him if we believe in Him.
Jesus faces the darkness by glorifying God, leaving His light to shine through Christian’s love for one another and providing for our eternal salvation.
The heart of Christ is revealed in his purposeful movement toward the cross through the devastating betrayal of a friend.
A true understanding of the Law leads to the fullness of life.
God is worthy of praise from all people.
God’s goodness should motivate the way we live.
God’s greatest gift is himself.
Life is understood only in light of an understanding of the triune God.
God demands wholehearted reliance on him.
Jesus is the glory of Israel and a light to the world
The person, and work, of the Gospel is surprising.
We have a message of comfort and joy to share with the world.
The promises of God for salvation are carried out by a divine savior.
We miss the full meaning of Christmas because we fail to acknowledge the depth of our sinfulness so that we miss the magnitude of Christ’s sacrifice.
Jesus loves his own by humbling himself to serve them.
Our evangelism is enfolded in God’s plan.
Jesus endured our abuse because of His desire to glorify God and deliver humanity.
Jesus is the King who is glorified in suffering, and who calls his people to follow him through suffering and into glory.
Jesus Christ is the king God’s people need.
Jesus is worthy of worship.
God is sovereignly at work to accomplish the salvation of the elect.
We can trust Jesus with the death of a loved one.
God’s bitter providence is ultimately born out of love for his people.
Believers are secure in Christ.
Jesus alone provides salvation
Those who recognize their need for a savior will receive salvation, testify about Christ, and joyfully worship him.
Jesus alone is our salvation.
Apart from Christ there is no salvation.
For the gospel to truly be “good news” we first need to understand our need for salvation.
Jesus presents outrageous claims about Himself that are true.
Jesus offers to work blessings in and through us.
We all need to understand who Jesus really is.