Sermons from October 2008
We conclude our 10th annual reformation series by regarding Puritan spirituality, with a focus on John Owen.
Genesis 4:26 This morning we study the first example of a revival in Scripture, at the time of the birth of Enosh. People began to call on the name of the Lord with renewed earnestness.
We continue our study of baptism from chapter 28 of the Westminster Confession. We begin to consider the proper mode of baptism, and see that the symbolism is not in the mode, but in the washing of water.
We continue our 10th annual reformation series by regarding the English Puritans’ evangelism.
Genesis 3 We examine the first example of redemption in Scripture by studying the account of the Fall. We see that this period is the farthest from Christ’s incarnation and the darkest time for the church.
We begin a study in chapter 28 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Baptism. We consider what baptism is, and what visible sign is used.
We continue our 10th annual reformation series by looking at the preaching of the English Puritans.
*What makes the sacraments effective? *How many sacraments has Christ instituted, and who may administer them? *Are the sacraments of the Old Covenant and the New essentially the same?
Isaiah 51:7-8 * God is absolutely faithful. * The promised blessing of salvation through God’s righteousness * That these blessings continue to all generations
We begin our 10th annual reformation series by reviewing key characters and doctrinal issues involved with the Reformation.
Psalm 22 Through this Psalm, written about 1000 years before Christ became a man, we trace His sufferings on the cross and the descriptions of the blessings that would come to His people as a result.
We begin studying the subject of sacraments, asking: *What are sacraments? *What is sacramental union?