Sermons from August 1998
1 John 2:20, 27 God imparts to all of His children a new spiritual faculty, or ability, by which they are not only able to discern between truth and error, but also by which they can see the beauty of holy things.
Hebrews 2:1-4 We are warned that since those who disobeyed the word given through angels under the Old Covenant were justly punished, those who do not listen to Christ and who reject His salvation will receive a much more severe punishment. We are therefore exhorted t
2 Peter 1:16-21 The prophetic Word is made more certain by the transfiguration of Christ.
Hebrews 1:5-14 We examine several reasons why Christ, who is God in human flesh, is superior to the angels. Because of this great superiority, we are urged to listen to Christ by studying and obeying His Word, and to serve Him wholeheartedly as the angels do.
Romans 2:12-16 God is not a God of partiality. He will judge all men according to their deeds, according to the light they have received. General and special revelation
Hebrews 1:1-4 In this first sermon in a series on the letter to the Hebrews, we begin to consider the superiority of Christ to the shadows of the Old Covenant. The author warns the Hebrews not to backslide and return to the ceremonial customs because Christ is the rea
2 Corinthians 7:1 We must cleanse ourselves from all sin and perfect our obedience in the fear of the Lord. Please note that the due to technical difficulties, the audio recording of this sermon ends after 21 minutes. Refer to the preaching notes for the remainder of the
Romans 8:29-30 The new birth has its foundation in the foreknowledge of God and reaches its climax in the final glorification of the believer.
John 3:1-8 The new birth is the sovereign act of the Holy Spirit by which we are given entrance into the eternal kingdom of God