Sermons from July 2007
Deuteronomy 30:1-10 The work of the Holy Spirit in the life of a true believer is characterized by the marks of grace. One of these is a change in attitude towards the Law of God, as the individual’s heart of stone is removed by God’s Spirit…
Acts 15:6-12 We continue our study of the book of Acts by looking at the arguments the Apostles give to demonstrate that salvation is by grace through faith alone. We first see Peter’s statement on the topic and then that of Paul and Barnabas.
Acts 15:1-6 Some men come down to Antioch from Jerusalem and begin to teach the believers that they must be circumcised in addition to believing on Jesus in order to be saved.
We put together the information discussed so far in this series and construct a Biblical Position on the environment.
We review the elements of the doctrine of the Eternal State that are relevant to developing a Biblical position on the environment.
Acts 14:1-7 We see the repeating pattern of reception by some and opposition by others as Paul and Barnabas enter Iconium and preach the Gospel.
Nehemiah 1:2-4 Nehemiah’s burden for his people in Jerusalem and the way he reacts to news of their disgrace are an example for how we should react today when we hear of the afflictions and difficulties that God’s children have in various parts of the world.