Sermons from April 1995
That You May Not Grieve
1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 Christians who lose their loved ones in Christ ought not to grieve as the world grieves, for they are with the Lord and will return with Him on that glorious day of His coming.
The Administration of the Covenant of Grace, Part 2
2 Corinthians 3:6-8 The Covenant of Grace was administered by God throughout all the successive generations of man, from Adam until the end of the age, through particular covenants.
Continue Always in Prayer
Philippians 1:3-11 Christian, you ought to give thanks for the fruits of godliness you see in your brethren and pray that they might abound still more and more to the glory of God.
The Administration of the Covenant of Grace, Part 1
2 Corinthians 3:6-8 The Covenant of Grace was administered by God throughout all the successive generations of man, from Adam until the end of the age, in different ways.
He Is Not Here, for He Has Risen
Matthew 28:5-7 Jesus Christ is no longer in the tomb, for He has risen just as He said He would, to fulfill all that He promised.
Behold Your King Is Coming
Matthew 21:4-5 Christ Jesus came into Jerusalem to fulfill God’s plan of redemption from all the ages in giving Himself up to die in the place of His people.
The Blessings of the Covenant of Grace
1 John 5:11-12 The Covenant of Grace guarantees to us a gracious Mediator, and salvation through Him, the gift of the Spirit to work faith in us, and every spiritual blessing, in Christ Jesus.
The Ministry of the Deacon
Acts 6:1-6 Exercise with diligence your spiritual office of showing mercy in the name of Christ, in order that He may be glorified and that His Gospel may continue to advance in the world.
The Parties of the Covenant of Grace
Isaiah 53:10-12 Christ covenanted with the Father to give Himself as an offering for sin, in order to receive from the Father a people for His own possession. Covenant of grace; between the Father and Christ, and the elect in Christ