Kitchen Table Theology
May 09, 2021
Pastor Jeff Cranston
“Without sound doctrine, the church falls apart, releasing a torrent of false teaching and an onslaught of immaturity.” - Dr. Dustin Benge
Hello Kitchen Table Theology Family! Today Pastor Jeff Cranston and Jen Denton are continuing their study of understanding who we are in Christ. In today’s podcast, we’re going to talk about the topic of glorification.
[00:01 - 10:26] What is Glorification?
- Glorification is the theological term used to describe the final removal of sin from the lives of Christians at the end of time.
- Biblically, glorification exists as one of three parts of the process of the Christian life: Justification, Sanctification, then comes Glorification.
- The body of every Christian will become like Christ's post-resurrection body, fully glorified for all of eternity.
[10:27 - 17:47] What Will Our Glorified Bodies Look Like?
- When Christ returns he will give all believers at the same time perfect resurrection bodies like his own.
- Jen and Pastor Jeff discuss Glorification in the New Testament.
[17:48 - 19:48] A New Creation In Christ
- How the doctrine of Glorification weaves in with Salvation, Redemption, and Sanctification to reveal God’s will for Newness in Christ
[19:49 - 22:39] Closing Segment
- Final thoughts and reminders from Pastor Jeff and Jen
“Those who know the Lord will enjoy a perfect eternity with a glorified body perfectly designed by the God of creation.” — Pastor Jeff Cranston
“I always think about the stuff we have to endure here that one day we will no longer endure when we receive those glorified bodies, freed from the ravages and curses of sin.” — Jen Denton
“The body of every Christian will become like Christ's post-resurrection body, fully glorified for all of eternity.” — Pastor Jeff Cranston
Bible Verses Mentioned:
- 1 Corinthians 15:53-52
- Philippians 3:20-21
- John 20:27-28
- Romans 8:23-25
- Genesis 3:15
- Revelation 22:3
- Revelation 22:20
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