SMALL CHURCH, BIG FAMILY.

Loving God & Everybody in Fort Collins Since 2015

WELCOME TO GOSPEL LIFE!

We are thrilled you’ve decided to come visit with us! We’re a small, Baptist church right in the heart of Fort Collins, dedicated to doing life together and making more and better followers of Jesus.

Every week we gather in Boltz Middle School (at 10:30AM for our Sunday service) and in each other’s homes to live out the hope, the truth, and the love of the Gospel in the mess of real life.

We welcome all with open arms, as we all walk forward together toward Jesus.
What does this mean for you? Most importantly, you’re always welcome at Gospel Life Church. We’re saving a seat for you! Wherever you are at in your faith journey, you’ll always be welcomed at Gospel Life!

If you’re brand new and looking for some next steps, click here! Or if you’d like to learn more about our beliefs as a church, click here! Heck, if you want to test drive a service, we’ve got that too!

And after all that, if you’re ready to come pay us a visit, we’ll roll out the red carpet for you. Just claim your free welcome package and pick a day.

Our whole church really means it when we say – we seriously can’t wait to meet you.

– Gospel Life Church

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God’s Perfect Timing and Jesus

Galatians 4 Timing is important in a lot of everyday life. Sometimes we are in charge of the timing, while you may not be able to choose the time you start work, you can pick the time you get up and go to bed. But the desire...

God’s Perfect Timing and Jesus

Galatians 4

Timing is important in a lot of everyday life.

Sometimes we are in charge of the timing, while you may not be able to choose the time you start work, you can pick the time you get up and go to bed. But the desire to be in control of our schedule can become a problem if we get too intense.

Thankfully, God has the big and important things all under control, we just need to accept that and submit. Nowhere was this more perfectly illustrated than in the timing of Christ’s birth.

Everything in redemptive history was hinged upon the coming of the One who would deliver mankind from their sins. Since the garden promise, God’s people had been looking and longing for the promised One. Prophets foretold His coming and young girls dreamed of being His mother.

You might ask why God sent His Son then? Certainly there are some political and cultural reasons God ordained for the timing . . . . But it is important to ease back and look at God’s plan by looking at the high points. Abraham and Moses are two of the highest peaks leading up to Christ who is the Mt Everest.

In Abraham’s life, God brilliantly demonstrated that the promise could not be attained by man’s efforts, but was to be miraculously given eliminating all of man’s efforts.
Gal 3 and Rom 4 talk a lot about Abraham’s faith in God’s promise. Abraham believed and it was credited to him for righteousness, Gal 3:6. This same possibility was extended to all that believed, in fact God proclaimed the gospel ahead of time to Abraham saying, “All nations will be blessed through you v8.” “Those that have faith are blessed with Abraham, v9.”
Thousands of years ago, Abraham, the founder of the Jewish race, believed in God’s promise and it was counted to him for righteousness Gen 15:6.
He became the spiritual father by faith of all those that would put their faith in God to receive righteousness. A look at his life reveals that faith has a lot to do with trusting the timing of God.

In His perfect timing, God sent His Son to bring a blessing to mankind that they could never achieve on their own! This is the good news of the gospel. God sent His Son so that all who believed in Him could be adopted into His family as sons.

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