Sermons from March 2005
Romans 4:25 On this Easter Sunday, we look at the amazing sacrifice our Lord Jesus Christ made for His people. Out of love for us and for His Father, He underwent the horrific death of the cross and suffered Hell as God poured out His wrath on Him there. This sacrifi
We continue studying medieval church history, looking at internal reform and external opposition.
Luke 9:23-26 Luke reminds us how we are to serve Christ. We look at how Jesus described the life of true believers and what it means to deny one’s self, pick up the cross, and follow Him. In light of the world’s view on life, we see how the believer should live, seeki
Romans 15:22-29 Paul speaks of the importance of the Christian grace of giving. We look at the example first of the Lord Jesus Christ, then of Paul himself and finally of the Gentile believers giving to relieve the needs of their brothers and sisters in Christ at Jerusal
We continue studying the Forerunners of the Reformation, focusing on John Hus.
1 Corinthians 10:16 We learn what the Lord’s Supper is and the Scriptures that deal with it. The purpose of the Supper and how we benefit from it are also clearly illustrated, and we further look at what other sects believe concerning the sacrament.
Romans 15:17-21 Paul is often considered to be the greatest apostle, appearing to have almost single-handedly brought the Gospel to the Roman Empire, which was at that time considered to be the whole world. Though we may consider this something of which to be proud, Paul
We begin looking at the Forerunners of the Reformation, focusing on the life and ministry of John Wycliffe.
We commence our second Biblical Thinking quarter with a study on Biblical principles for worship.
Romans 6:3-4 As we examine the doctrine of baptism based on the Shorter Catechism, we look at the various beliefs that are held concerning it in various churches. We see how certain beliefs may be proved or disproved by Scripture and look at what we believe concerning
Romans 15:14-16 Christians still fall into sin and need to be admonished by their brothers and sisters in Christ. When we have to do the admonishing, Paul tells us in Romans that we are to do so in love, and to be gentle and kind but not hypocritical. Also, if we receive