White Fields Community Church
Jesus, Our Advocate
As we see the injustices of the world, everyone hopes there is a God who will put everything right. The problem is, if there is a God of justice, it means that we will be cut off from Him because of our own wrongdoings. The good news of the gospel is that Jesus Christ is both king and priest: both God the just and the one who justifies us by His sacrifice, so we can come home to God.
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  • St Vrain Memorial Building
    700 Longs Peak Ave, Longmont, CO 80501, United States
    Sunday 10:00 AM
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3 important things this text tells us:

1. Why you need an advocate
2. The kind of advocate you need
3. What to do once you've found this advocate
3 people who were tried to become self-appointed priests:

- Korah (Numbers 16)
- Saul (1 Samuel 13)
- Uzziah (2 Chronicles 26)
Justice: Giving someone what they deserve
Mercy: Not giving someone what they deserve
What to do once you've found this advocate:

1) Don't give up!
2) Draw near to Him with confidence
Justice: Giving someone what they deserve
Mercy: Not giving someone what they deserve
Grace: Giving someone something they don't deserve

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