Sermons from May 2006
You will need Flash Player to see this presentation. This morning we continue to study the 18th Century Revival with a look at the life of George Whitefield.
James 4:17 Further considering submition to God’s Will, James now draws our attention to the overarching subject of sins of omission. Our path of true happiness lies in doing the whole will of God and we see that this consists not only in refraining from doing all t
James 4:13-16 This morning we are reminded that we must be in submission to God’s Will. God has two Wills which are in harmony with each other. The first, His Preceptive Will, is revealed to us in the Bible. The second, His Decretive Will, is secret and known only to G
This morning we continue to study the 18th Century Revival with a look at the life of Jonathan Edwards.
James 4:12 Expanding the theme from this morning, we now take a closer look at God’s authority to make Law. As our creator, He and He alone has the right to tell us right from wrong. He may delegate authority to make laws to our governments but they must not make la
James 4:11 God created us, and has the right to tell us right from wrong. His Law is perfect and does not change, and we are called to obey it, though we are no longer judged by it. It is the sin in us which makes us want to break the Law or change its standards to
You will need Flash Player to see this presentation. This morning we begin to study the 18th Century Revival
James 4:6-10 This morning we were warned against committing spiritual adultery by loving the world and turning to some extent from our husband, Christ. Pride is at the heart of spiritual adultery. We are now told the way to true glory, which is through humility. To hu
James 4:1-5 Using very strong language, James points to the root cause of the conflicts and the divisions in the church, the bitter jealousy and selfish ambition he has been talking about. The cause is spiritual adultery – turning away to one degree or another from t
This morning we study the Pietists, Moravians, Socinians, Unitarians,and Modernists.
James 3:13-18 Having looked in the morning sermon at the ‘wisdom’ that is earthly, natural and demonic, we now turn to look at that which is from above. We consider both its characteristics and the fruits that it should produce in the lives of God’s people. We are conv
James 3:13-18 As we continue through James, we now take a look at two kinds of wisdom: that which is from above, and that which is from below. This morning we examine the ‘wisdom’ which comes from the world and from the devil. This includes selfish ambition and ungodly