Sermons from August 2008
Matthew 22:36-40 Continuing to review Jonathan Edward’s teaching on saving grace, we see that it is one principle in the soul and not many (though it may have several outward expressions) and that it is, in fact, divine love.
Acts 28:1-10 We discover that one purpose of God for the shipwreck we considered last week was that the Gospel might come to the people of Malta.
We continue our study in chapter 25 of the Westminster Confession of Faith. We see that Christ has equipped His Church with all she needs to do the work He has called her to.
John 6:63 Having demonstrated that unbelievers have nothing of the Holy Spirit, Jonathan Edwards draws 2 inferences from this fact: first, that the work of salvation must lie entirely with God.
Acts 27:1-44 Paul commences his voyage to Rome right at the time when travel on the Mediterranean Sea is becoming most hazardous due to the weather conditions. Paul warns those with him on the voyage that they should not press on…
As we continue our studies in chapter 25 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, we look at what the visible church is.
John 8:31-36 We examine these remarkable words of Christ and consider what true freedom is – a freedom from the guilt and power of sin. We go on to contemplate the staggering price that had to be paid in order to secure the blessing of freedom for the children of God
Mark 2:1-12 This morning, we consider the healing of the paralytic man in this account and see how it showed Jesus was the Messiah by fulfilling the prophecy of His ministry in Isaiah 35.
As we take a break from the Westminster Confession, we briefly study the word ‘Amen’ and how it should be used in worship.
1 Corinthians 13 We consider the final four arguments that Jonathan Edwards gives from Scripture to demonstrate that unbelievers have no saving grace (i.e. none of the saving influences of the Holy Spirit).
Acts 26:24-32 As Paul testifies before Agrippa and Festus, he does not pass up the opportunity to preach the Gospel. We consider the reactions of Festus (a gentile) and Agrippa (a Jew).
We begin a study in chapter 25 of the Westminster Confession: Of the Church. We start by looking at what the invisible church is.