Sermons from December 2006
John 10:1-30 We review the doctrine of particular redemption, paying attention to those scriptures which clearly teach it and also considering some of the passages that seem on the surface to contradict it.
Isaiah 40:9-11 From Isaiah, we learn that we are to proclaim the arrival of the Messiah. We see examples of how the disciples did just this when they first met Christ, and we see both how the faithful are meant to respond to the Messiah’s arrival and…
We continue our quarter of Bible survey by examining Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians.
Isaiah 40:3-8 As Christmas nears, we examine the preparations that God made for the coming of his Son.
We continue our quarter of Bible survey by examining Paul’s letter to the Romans.
Psalm 24:7-10 How may we be made holy enough for heaven? Understanding that the Psalm speaks of the entry of the Ark of the Covenant into Jerusalem, we see that this foreshadows the entry of Christ into heaven on our behalf.
Psalm 24:1-6 King David asks the question: ‘Who may ascend the hill of the Lord?’ What is meant by this is ‘who, on earth, is fit to go to Heaven?’ We examine two key points:
We continue our quarter of Bible survey by examining The Acts of the Apostles.
Psalm 23:4-6 With Christ as our Shepherd, we see that we need fear no evil, either from our enemies or from death.
Psalm 23:1-3 One of the most cherished of the Psalms is the subject of this morning’s message. We learn that we should not just turn to this passage when we near death, but as an everyday source of comfort.
Psalm 20:6-9 We continue to study this royal Psalm of David. Here, David expresses the ground of his confidence. While others may trust in the strength of armies, his boast is in the Lord.
This morning we start our new quarter in Bible Survey by exploring the four Gospels.