Trinity Bible Church

For Christ, to God’s Glory, and Man’s Joy

Worship with Us | Sundays at 10:30 AM | Wednesdays at 7:00 PM

We are a Bible-believing Christian church seeking to promote the preeminence of Jesus Christ in the lives of people, through knowing, living, and speaking the truth in love, for the glory of God and the joy of all in Him.

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This coming Lord's day we have, by the grace of God, the privilege to gather in His name and for His glory. May we prepare our hearts and seek such privilege with eagerness and joy. We endeavor to make much of Christ through, scripture, prayer, song, and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Crux of the Gospel” (Romans 3:21-26).

To this point in Romans, the gospel has only been announced by name. Immediately upon its announcement, its necessity was systematically demonstrated: everyone, everywhere, without exception, are corrupt and culpable before God. All are unrighteous and stand in desperate need of a righteousness from God. Only after every defense has failed before the bar of perfect justice—only after the weight of hopelessness is felt—can a person see the glory of God in the gospel. Paul now manifests the mystery of Christ, explaining the crucial and decisive point of the gospel. This passage has been called the acropolis of the Christian faith and the most important paragraph in the Bible. Indeed, this is the clearest and most explicit explanation of precisely how God saves sinners. It reveals the crux of the gospel.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
Now the curse, it has been broken,
Jesus paid the price for me.
Full, the pardon He has offered.
Great, the welcome that I receive.
Boldly I approach my Father,
Clothed in Jesus’ righteousness.
There is no more guilt to carry,
It was finished upon that Cross.
A look into today’s Women’s Conference at TBC. What a blessed day of worship, fellowship and study of the Word together. May God be glorified in the lives of the many women that attended today. Soli Deo Gloria!
Making much of Christ! - Testimonies from last Sunday's baptisms. For His glory and our joy! (LINK in Bio)
This coming Lord's day we have, by the grace of God, the privilege to gather in His name and for His glory. May we prepare our hearts and seek such privilege with eagerness and joy. We endeavor to make much of Christ through, scripture, prayer, song, baptism, and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Corrupt and Culpable” (Romans 3:9-20).

The case that Paul began in 1:18 reaches its climax. Here, we encounter the most sobering diagnosis of humanity in all Scripture. These are devasting words—but they are intended to bless, not curse. The intelligibility of the gospel hinges on understanding the plight of humanity. The case presented here against humanity as a whole, and each human being as an individual, is both comprehensive and conclusive. The answer to the question, why do I need a righteousness from God, is sweepingly and profoundly clinched here: all people everywhere, without exception, are really and radically corrupt and culpable. But God has not left humanity here. Now, finally, we are positioned to see more clearly that Christ, and Christ alone, is the cure!

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
No fate I dread, I know I am forgiven
The future sure, the price it has been paid
For Jesus bled and suffered for my pardon
And He was raised to overthrow the grave
To this I hold, my sin has been defeated
Jesus now and ever is my plea
Oh the chains are released,
I can sing: I am free!
Yet not I, but through Christ in me.
A look in to Family Camp 2022 from Fallen Leaf Campground in Lake Tahoe. What a blessed time as a church family not only the fellowship, fun and games (and great food!) but especially in our devotional theme of God's glory, goodness and grace found in Psalm 19!

"The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork. Day to day pours out speech, and night to night reveals knowledge." (Psalm 19:1–2 ESV)
This coming Lord's day we have, by the grace of God, the privilege to gather in His name and for His glory. May we prepare our hearts and seek such privilege with eagerness and joy. We endeavor to make much of Christ through, scripture, prayer, song, and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Judged by Justice Alone” (Romans 2:6-11) from our series, “Corrupt and Culpable”.

Having exposed the unrighteousness of self-righteousness, Paul continues the indictment against his impenitent kinsmen with a second major argument. God judges all moral crimes by justice alone, that is with impeccable impartiality. The Jews may appear distinct from the Gentiles on the outside. They may have been entrusted with the oracles of God (3:2). And “to them belong the adoption, the glory, the covenants, the giving of the law, the worship, and the promises” (9:4). But these “kindnesses” (2:4) will not benefit them before the bar of perfect justice. Justice has no favorites and takes no bribe. It is blind to appearances, status, esteem, privilege, pedigree, and creed. True righteousness is no respecter of persons—God shows no partiality.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!

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