Christ Wesleyan Church
February 2, 2020
Join us for our primary worship service each week on Sunday.
Locations & Times
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  • CWC Milton: The Auditorium (Entrance #6)
    363 Stamm Rd, Milton, PA 17847, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 10:45 AM
  • CWC Sunbury: The Auditorium
    238 Walnut St, Sunbury, PA 17801, USA
    Sunday 9:15 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
Welcome to CWC!
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Welcome! We're glad you're here with us today. You can follow this week's message and add your own notes. Visit our website at www.cwc.life to watch past sermons, and discover more about CWC.
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If this is your first visit with us, welcome! We're so glad you're here! Please stop by The Hub (our welcome desk) for a gift, and if you'd like to discover more about us and the variety of ministries here, visit the Connection Center. If you have any questions, we're here to help!

Connect Online

Watch weekly messages, discover more about CWC, ministries, groups, serving opportunities, and events all on our website.

https://www.cwc.life/

Building Blocks: Add A New Understanding

A. It takes a new understanding to comprehend the "Son of Man"...
1. The phrase, "Son of Man" is used 192 times in the Bible. 107 in the Old Testament and 85 in the New Testament.
2. It is the most common title that Jesus uses to describe Himself.
3. He was the only person to call Him the "Son of Man" and one would have to ask...Why?
1. God came from heaven to a manger, from a manger to a cross, from a cross to the grave, and from a grave back to heaven.
c. He humbled Himself and became the "Son of Man".
3. Jesus had to become fully human in every way.
4. Jesus had to have the same human struggles that we do, and yet was without sin.
C. Why did Jesus call Himself the "Son of Man"?
1. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He loved identifying with us!
“How fond our Master was of the sweet title, the ‘Son of Man!’ If he had chosen, he might always have spoken of himself as the Son of God, the Everlasting Father, the Wonderful, the Counsellor, the Prince of Peace. He has a thousand magnificent titles, resplendent as the throne of heaven, but he does not care to use them: to express his humility and let us see the lowliness of him whose yoke is easy and whose burden is light. He does not call himself the Son of God, but he speaks of himself always as the Son of Man who came down from heaven. Let us learn a lesson of humility from our Saviour; let us never court great titles nor proud degrees.”
- Charles Spurgeon
2. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He loved us that much!
3. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He is the bridge between man and God!
4. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He would be approachable for man.
5. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He gives us the relationship to God.
6. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because He connects us to our inheritance through Him.
7. He called Himself the "Son of Man" because loving us and redeeming us was His greatest mission!
D. Jesus, as the "Son of Man", offers...
1. His presence, no matter what you are facing.
2. His residence in your life, no matter where you are, you would always have Him living within.
3. His empathy, no matter what pain you carry.
4. His grace, no matter where you fail. Grace brings salvation. Grace covers our sin. Grace always offers forgiveness.

Core52 Series

You want to know the Bible better because you know the Bible will make you better. But where should I start? And how can I progress past the confusing parts? Core52 is your guide through the maze of a very big book. Welcome to the fast-track of biblical training.

https://www.cwc.life/core52/

Give Online

Use this link to give online or text any amount to 84321. Thank you for supporting the ministry of CWC!

https://cwclife.churchcenter.com/giving

Prayer Requests

Need prayer support? Our prayer team prays for your requests throughout the week. We love to hear how God has answered prayer! If you have a praise that God has answered a prayer and worked in incredible ways, share it with us.

https://www.cwc.life/prayer-request/