Sermons from September 2003
We continue a study in the Westminster Confession of Faith, looking at the second chapter on the subject of God and the Trinity.
Ephesians 1:11 The eternal decree of God, or the counsel of His will, is a huge subject. Here, we take an overview of its breadth and scope. We are drawn into the great mystery of an infinite God Who dwells outside of time. We see how comforting this plan is for the peo
Romans 4:9-12 Continuing his argument concerning justification by faith and using Abraham as his example, Paul turns to the subject of circumcision. Is this necessary for salvation or not? We see that Abraham was justified by God before he was circumcised, so clearly
We continue a study in the Westminster Confession of Faith, looking at the first chapter on the subject of the Holy Scriptures.
John 15:4-6 The true believer is marked out by spiritual fruit that is produced in him or her by the indwelling Holy Spirit. We look at these verses and see: * The need to discern this fruit * The need to have the fruit * The need to nurture the fruit We are enco
Romans 4:1-8 What did two revered Old Testament characters, Abraham and David, discover about God’s way of salvation? Was it by works, earned by them on the basis of their obedience and their good deeds? Not all all. We are shown that Abraham received his righteousnes
We continue a study in the Westminster Confession of Faith, looking at the first chapter on the subject of the Holy Scriptures. We examine where the authority of Scripture comes from, and how we can know that the Scriptures are indeed the Word of God.
Deuteronomy 6:4 We refresh our memories with the wonderful truth that the God of the Bible is the only true God and that He is One. Yet He reveals Himself to us in three distinct personalities; the Father, the Son and the Spirit. We see that all are truly God and possess
Romans 3:21-31 Paul now lays out God’s way of salvation. A righteousness is needed that will satisfy God’s justice – but Paul has already shown and declares again that both Jews and Gentiles do not possess such a righteousness because of their sin. The law can only cond
We continue a study in the Westminster Confession of Faith, looking at the first chapter on the subject of the Holy Scriptures. We examine the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture so that we understand what they are and why we believe them to be true. Download notes Download worksheet
Romans 3:19-20 It is the Law, from which Paul has just quoted, that condemns the Jews so that all men will be silenced on the Last Day and the whole world held accountable to God. We look at the attitude of the Jews, who thought that mere possession of the Law would sa