Sermons from July 2008
Ezekiel 36:26-27 We begin to analyze Jonathan Edward’s views on the Marks of Grace with a consideration of the subject of sanctifying grace. We see how many theologians in the last 2 centuries, while providing helpful insights on the effects of this grace…
Acts 26:6-8 As Paul continues his testimony before Agrippa, he points out the irony that the Jews are seeking his death because he has embraced the One who is the Hope of Israel.
We continue to study the biblical grounds for divorce and remarriage.
Philippians 3:7-11 As we begin to study the teaching of Jonathan Edwards on the marks of grace, we review the life and times of this remarkable servant of God and are encouraged and excited to reflect on all that was accomplished by God through his ministry.
Acts 25:23-26:6 Festus is anxious to be able to send an account of the charges against Paul when Paul is sent to Rome to appear before Caesar. A hearing is therefore arranged in the presence of King Agrippa to establish these charges.
We continue to study the biblical grounds for divorce and remarriage, focusing on immorality and desertion by an unbeliever. We seek to apply these principles to a variety of situations.
Psalm 17:13-15 We conclude our review of the teaching of Thomas Shepard on the marks of grace by considering the last difference he mentions between the unbeliever and the believer. The unbeliever has his heart and mind fixed firmly on this world.
We begin an examination of the subject of divorce and remarriage. We ask the question: Are there biblical grounds for divorce and remarriage?
Acts 25:13-22 When King Agrippa arrives, Festus introduces him to Paul’s case, possibly hoping for some insight, as Agrippa is Jewish. Festus does not understand the case or why the Jews hate Paul so much.
Matthew 10:34-39 The next difference between believers and unbelievers that Thomas Shepard draws our attention to is that unbelievers find all their pleasure in themselves and in seeking their own gain. Believers, on the other hand, find all their pleasure in seeking God
Acts 25:1-12 After Felix rejects the Gospel, Paul stands trial before his successor, Festus, the new Governor of Caesarea. As a favor to the Jews, Festus wanted to send Paul to Jerusalem to be tried, but Paul appealed to Caesar in Rome.
We continue our study of chapter 24 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Marriage and Divorce. We address the following important considerations in marriage: