Sermons from February 2009
Romans 8:1-14 Our text tells us that those who are the Sons of God are led by the Spirit of God. We seek to understand more about this leading of the Spirit, this knowledge that He imparts only to the true children of God. First we study what this spiritual knowledge
Exodus 19:1-20:21 In a day when many churches teach that the Law of God is a bad thing that was entirely done away with in Christ and is now irrelevant for the believer, we see that nothing could be farther from the truth.
We continue our series of study in the field of eschatology, looking at some of the major weaknesses in the dispensational premillennial position.
Revelation 4 We dig a little deeper into what it is about God that draws out the love and religious affections of true believers towards Him: His holiness.
Exodus 19:1-6 The Exodus appears to be the time at which God confined the true religion to the nation of Israel – as we see, up to this time there were true worshipers of God outside of the nation – for example, Melchizedek, Jethro, etc.
We begin a study in the field of eschatology, or the end times. In this class, we briefly review the various views in the church on this subject including dispensational premillennialism, historic premillennialism, amillennialism, and postmillennialism.
Job 1-2:10 We continue to explore the marks of true saving grace in the souls – those things produced by the Holy Spirit that Satan cannot and would not counterfeit. In this message, we see that truly gracious affections are founded on love for God.
Exodus 3 We survey the redemption of God’s people from Egypt and see how it is a picture to us of the redemption of true believers from bondage to sin and Satan.
We study the last chapter of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Chapter 33: Of the Day of Judgment.
1 Corinthians 2:14-15 We have examined several fruits in the life that people may point to as evidence that they are true believers, but that can be counterfeited by Satan to deceive souls into destruction.
Exodus 1 The Lord had delivered His people from the famine by raising Joseph to power in Egypt. But a king arose who did not know Joseph and began to afflict the Israelites because he was afraid of them.
We conclude our study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith by looking at what will happen to the bodies of the righteous and the wicked at the resurrection.