Sermons from April 2006
James 3:2-12 We continue to review what James tells us, under the inspiration of the Spirit, concerning the misuse of the tongue. We see: * That the tongue is a very powerful thing * What it is that makes the tongue so potentially destructive * That by God’s grace,
James 3:1-2 We begin to consider the improper use of the tongue and look at those kinds of teaching that are acceptable in the Church and which James does not have in view in our text. We then receive and understand James’ warning about entering into an office of tea
This morning we learn about the Puritans.
James 2:14-26 Continuing our consideration of this passage, we look at the erroneous views that some have held concerning the place of works in salvation. We first emphasize the Biblical view that James outlines: true saving faith justifies us and inevitably leads to t
James 2:14-26 James emphasizes that saving faith generates works, not the other way around. If we have true faith we will see a difference in the way we live and act. We are instructed in the three facets of saving faith. There must be: * a body of factual truths (th
This morning we learn about the Counter Reformation.
Hebrews 11:35 We learn about the better resurrection – how we can know we are saved. We find out how it is that we attain to it, and receive encouragement and insights to help us attain the better resurrection for ourselves and to continue in this way.
1 Corinthians 15:21 This Easter Sunday, we consider where life came from, examining the Evolution perspective as compared to Creation. Seeing that life is God’s creation, we then consider why it is that people and animals must die, and why there is sin in the world. Finally,
You will need Flash Player to see this presentation. This morning we learn more about the Reformation in England.
James 2:1-7 Still with the overarching theme of the Royal Law of Love, we come in our studies of James to a strong caution against the sin of unjust favoritism, or prejudice. While showing preference does not have to be sinful (and we consider cases where God the Fat
You will need Flash Player to see this presentation. This morning we begin to learn about the Reformation in England.
James 1:27 What kind of religion does God regard as pure and undefiled? James tells us in the passage we examine in this message. In brief, it consists in helping those who cannot help themselves, and in keeping ourselves from being stained by the opinions, lifestyl