Sermons from September 2008
Romans 8:1-14 We conclude this part of our review of Edwards’ teaching on the nature of saving grace by looking at two final points he makes on the indwelling Spirit in the life of the believer:
Psalm 21 We look at this Psalm as it speaks to us concerning the Lord Jesus Christ and His exaltation to become the King of kings, waiting for His enemies to be made His footstool.
As we conclude our study in chapter 26 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, we look at: *What our obligations to other believers are, *What our communion with Christ does not include, and *What our communion with one another does not include.
John 17:20-26 We continue to follow Jonathan Edwards’ insights into the person and work of the Holy Spirit, seeing that He is the sum of all good purchased for us by the work of the Lord, Jesus Christ – a Gift of infinite value which indwells every true child of God.
We begin to study chapter 26 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: The Communion of the Saints. We look at the communion Christ’s people have with Christ and with one another in Him.
Acts 28:30-31 Luke concludes his account to Theophilus with a description of the ministry undertaken by Paul in his time at Rome. We draw some final instruction from his example.
Galatians 5:13-16 We continue to explore the nature of saving grace and its interrelation with the Person and work of the Holy Spirit.
Acts 28:17-29 Arrived at Rome, Paul calls the Jews to come and hear his defense and many of them come to his home. Even though they have heard no complaints about Paul, they have heard about the ‘sect’ to which he belongs and they want to hear more about it.
We conclude our study on the Church. We see that God will always preserve an expression of the true Church on earth and that Christ alone is the head of the Church.
Titus 3:5 We pursue Edward’s argument on the nature of the Divine principle that is planted only in the lives of true believers. We see that it is a work done by the Spirit of God in which He creates His own likeness in the soul of the believer.
We continue our studies in chapter 25 of the Westminster Confession of Faith. We see that the visibility of the church varies as her purity varies.