Sermons from January 2009
2 Peter 1:5-11 We establish from Scripture that believers can and should enjoy an assurance of their salvation – indeed, they are commanded to make their calling and election sure. This understanding runs counter to the teaching of certain churches.
Genesis 49:8-12 We consider the final revelation in the book of Genesis that God gave of His redemptive plans in the Lord Jesus. When Jacob was dying, he blessed his sons and we see Christ clearly foretold in the blessing given to Judah. We see: * The blessi
We continue our study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith by looking at what happens to the souls of the wicked when they die.
Isaiah 58 This evening, we consider those evidences we typically associate with being a Christian: reading the Bible, praying, singing, attending worship, listening to sermons, as well as praising and glorifying God. What if you do these things?
Genesis 50:20 We consider another way the Lord disciplines/trains His people: through adversity. This is something the Lord frequently does. It’s not easy to go through difficult times, but we need to remember that when we do, they are all a part of God’s plan.
We begin a study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, focusing on what the two main parts of man are, and what happens to each part at death, with particular reference to the souls of the righteous.
Matthew 3 We see that a work of God’s Law, in which we are brought to a state of conviction of sin, should ideally precede the comfort that comes when we believe in the Lord Jesus and are saved. This is often overlooked in the ‘easy-believism’ approach.
Genesis 28 Having seen how God gave pictures of His wrath and justice over time in the Old Testament so that people may fear Him as they should, we now consider that He also worked often to remind His people of His promises.
We study chapter 31 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Synods and Councils.
Matthew 13:20-21 Continuing from Part 1, we consider two more examples of religious affections that are not necessarily gracious, since they can be experienced by believers and unbelievers alike.
Genesis 18 As Abraham pleads for the lives of the righteous in Sodom and Gomorrah, we see a picture of Hell in God’s destruction of the entire valley in which Sodom and Gomorrah were located, and a picture of redemption in the saving of Lot and his family.
We conclude our study in chapter 30 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Church Censures. We look at the purpose and degrees of church censures.