Sermons from June 2008
Romans 8:1-8 We observe the differences between unbelievers and Christians by examining Thomas Shepard’s views on the spirit and the flesh. We see that the unbeliever shares the nature of Satan – they desire the things of the flesh and are hostile towards God.
Acts 24:24-27 For some reason, Felix and Drusilla are curious to hear Paul privately concerning the Gospel he preaches. Fearless as ever, Paul does not water down the message but deals with God’s standards and with the judgment that is coming…
This morning we begin a study of Marriage and Divorce from the Westminster Confession. We begin by looking at who may legitimately marry.
Romans 10:9-10 We look at the differences between unbelievers and believers in regard to faith. There is a false faith that the unbelievers possess and the true faith that believers possess. There are three elements to true faith…
Acts 24:1-23 This morning we again look at the continuing battle between Good and Evil. Paul has been brought before the governor, Felix, in a court of law, in which: * Paul’s enemies attack with lies. * Paul powerfully refutes their lies.
Today we look at the magistrate’s duty toward the people and the people’s duty to the magistrate. As seen last week, a magistrate should protect the church and support it but not get involved with teaching The Word.
Matthew 11:25-30 Tonight we focus on another difference between believers and unbelievers: the unbeliever is in darkness, but the believer is in the light, which is to say, the believer loves truth and holiness, but the unbeliever hates both.
Acts 23:11-35 This morning we looked at Christ’s promise in two points. * His promise to bring Paul safely to Rome. * How the Lord began to fulfill that promise.
This week we look at a Civil Magistrate’s different responsibilities to the church. A Civil Magistrate should: * Protect and support the Worship of God. * Rule according to the Law of God.
Job 42:1-6 Tonight we discuss the differences between the responses of the believer and the unbeliever toward sin. The believer will have a very distinct reaction to his sin which an unbeliever will never experience.
Acts 22:22-23:10 This morning, we return to an earlier theme in the book of Acts, seeing a reminder of the hatred the world has for Christ and Christians.
We look at why God ordained government and consider whether Christians may serve in public office.