Sermons by Geoff Cox
Geoff Cox from the Open Air Mission in the UK presents live by an internet connection, showing us an example of the talks he gives in the open air and giving us an update of the recent developments in the mission.
Judges 14-15 Today we look into Samson’s fight with the Philistines and the way that the Lord used him to begin setting his people free. Samson begins to learn the hard lesson that all of us need to remember; we cannot be of the world and minister to it.
We conclude our study of sanctification by looking at some wrong ideas on the subject that we need to avoid.
Judges 16 Tonight we look into Samson’s backsliding. Samson had been an experienced leader of Israel for 20 years, but even the most experienced Christian can backslide. But Samson learned that he had far too much self-confidence. God was very patient with Samson
We see that because sanctification, or the work of reversing the effects of sin, will always be incomplete in this life, believers can be tempted to worry that they are not Christians on the one hand, or become careless and complacent on the other. There
Judges 6 and 7 Last week we saw how God called Gideon to liberate the Israelites from the Midianite oppression. This week we see the execution of this call.
Judges 11 We see Jephthah not as many have portrayed him: a reckless, worthless brigand. Rather, in this passage we see evidence that he was a man concerned to fight the Lord’s battles, who did not bear grudges, who was concerned to avoid warfare and casualties
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Judges 6 Gideon, one of the best known Judges, was a man of great faith. We examine his faithfulness in responding to the Lord’s call to do His work, and uncover the motives behind Gideon’s actions. We are challenged to be like Gideon, and stand out from the crowd
We are reminded of the two definitions of sanctification that we saw in our first study: we are set apart for God, once for all, at conversion; and we grow in holiness and in our spiritual life as we go on with Christ. We go on to examine the means of sa
Judges 4 * Was Deborah a second choice as a judge because there were no men to lead Israel? * How do we reconcile the spiritual and civic leadership of Deborah with the ban on women occupying positions of spiritual authority over men under the New Covenant?
We begin to study the subject of sanctification by seeking to understand what the word „sanctification„ means, and what that means for the Christian.