Sermons from September 2006
We study sections 8.3 and 8.4 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Of Christ the Mediator. We look at what Jesus did as our Mediator.
You will need Flash Player to see this presentation. Move to the next slide each time you hear the chime on the audio track. This evening we commence our 2006 Reformation Lecture Series with a look at the
Galatians 5:1-6 Paul tells the Galatians that by turning back to the Law for a salvation by works, they would be cutting themselves off from Christ.
We study sections 8.1 and 8.2 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Of Christ the Mediator. We answer the question: Who is Jesus Christ?
Galatians 4:21-31 We continue to analyse Paul’s discussion with the Galatians by looking at the flip-side of this morning’s message. Paul states that believers in the Lord Jesus Christ, who are the children of the free woman under the allegory he is expounding…
Galatians 4:21-31 Paul continues his caution against trying to add our works onto Christ’s for our salvation, this time using an allegory from the Old Testament concerning Abraham, Sarah, and Hagar. First, we consider this use of allegory.
We study sections 7.3 through 7.6 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Of God’s Covenant with Man. We see that the fall made man incapable of life through the covenant of works, but that God made a new and better covenant: the covenant of grace.
Galatians 4:12-20 Paul continues to appeal to the Galatians by revealing his heart for them.
Galatians 4:8-11 Paul reveals his pastor’s heart as he appeals to the Galatians to realize how foolish is the path on which they are embarking. Understanding that we, too, can be tempted down that same path, we look at the points Paul makes to the Galatians and apply them
We study sections 7.1 and 7.2 of the Westminster Confession of Faith – Of God’s Covenant with Man. We see that the only way man could ever have come into a relationship with God was if God graciously made it possible. We see also that the first covenant
Galatians 4:1-5 Paul continues to pile argument upon argument as to why the Galatians should not return to the old system that the Judaizers were pressing on them, but should instead cleave to Christ alone. Here, he raises the glorious topic of adoption…
We review what we have learned so far in the Westminster Confession, as we begin a new quarter of study in this doctrinal standard.