Trinity Bible Church

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

Worship with Us | Sundays at 10:30 AM

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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Wednesdays at 7:00 PM (Resumes August 10)
*Sunday School resumes Fall 2022

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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, “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!
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, “The Unrighteousness of Self-Righteousness” (Romans 2:1-5) from our series, “Corrupt and Culpable”.

One of the most devastating indictments against human corruption is sounded in Romans 1:18-32. God’s wrath is being revealed against those who suppress the truth in unrighteousness. The evidence of this wrath is clearly seen in debased human cravings and conduct. Without pause or preparation, Paul now takes an unexpected turn. He has set a trap for the self-righteous. For indeed none are harder to convict of unrighteousness than the self-righteous. In shifting attention away from the Gentile world, Paul redirects the weight of God’s worth and wrath to the unsuspecting and presumptuous covenant people of Israel. Here we enter into the significance of how the Jew relates to the gospel. Yet there is much in principle that is readily applicable to the Christian church of every generation. Here we are confronted with the unrighteousness of self-righteousness.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
O enter then His gates with praise;
Approach with joy His courts unto;
Praise, laud and bless His name always,
For it is seemly so to do.

For why? the Lord our God is good,
His mercy is forever sure;
His truth at all times firmly stood,
And shall from age to age endure.
Some highlights from this past week's Vacation Bible School. We're grateful for the opportunity to serve and minister to the many smiling faces at VBS. Glory be to God!
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, “The Self Revolution” (Romans 1:121-32 from our series, “Corrupt and Culpable”.

The witness of God’s worth is everywhere, rightly requiring acknowledgement and thanksgiving. But rather than rightly honoring Him and giving Him thanks, the creatures made in God’s very image have engaged in a scandalous rebellion. Man has devalued and rejected God through an insane interchange—value for vanity. Man has supremely valued his creation rather than his Creator. Here, man puts himself in the place of God. The moral chaos of our world is the fallout of this revolt. Self-destruction and hopeless mark the reward of our shame. This passage captures an epic and devastating reality: man’s self revolution and God’s judgment against it. Some of the most dreadful words in all of Scripture are contained here. Yet, their purpose is to point us to Christ, the only One who can reverse the self revolution, making peace with God and healing those made in His image.

We look forward to gathering together this Lord's day - For Christ, to God's Glory, and Man's Joy!
Day 4 and some amazing art projects! More to come - stay tuned…
Midway through Vacation Bible school! Take a look into how it’s going. Grateful to see all the smiling faces. Stay tuned for more.
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, communion and the preaching of His Word this Sunday.

This Sunday, “Worth and Wrath” (Romans 1:18-23) from our series, “Corrupt and Culpable”.

Value is vital. It is at the core of righteousness, or what makes right and wrong. Righteousness is concerned with rightly valuing what is rightly valuable. All people value things. Just not with the right value for the right things. Yet all people are accountable for what they value. Such is at the heart of what is revealed in this passage. God is supremely valuable, being worthy of all glory and gratitude. Creation itself universally testifies to the supreme value of the Creator. Yet culpable man is corrupt. He does not in himself value what is supremely valuable. He is unrighteous. All people everywhere, without exception, are without excuse. For the witness of God’s worth is everywhere. Rejecting God’s worth rightly results in God’s wrath. But even this difficult truth is communicated in grace so that all might behold the worth of Christ and make much of Him. The gospel redirects rebels to value what is supremely valuable.

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

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