Sermons from March 2009
Romans 8:26-30 We have seen that there will be a transformation in the true believer, wrought by the Holy Spirit and resulting in Christlikeness of character. We go on to see what it means to be conformed to Christ’s image.
Psalm 90:9-12 We consider the shortening of man’s life expectancy and how God brought it about as a means to advance redemption.
We continue to look at some reasons that there cannot be an earthly millennium following Christ’s second coming, focusing on the timing of the Second Coming, the coming of the Day of the Lord, the judgment of the righteous and the wicked.
2 Corinthians 3 Tonight we examine another mark of God’s Grace – that Spiritual Change brings about a change of nature as well.
John 12:27-33 This morning we look at how Christ’s death affected Him physically and spiritually and how it also affects the world. We consider our own mortality and the consequences of not responding to the sacrifice Christ made for us.
Galatians 1 We examine the importance of sound doctrine in light of Galatians Chapter 1.
Matthew 5:3 We examine another change that spiritual knowledge produces: humility.
1 Corinthians 10:1-13 Paul gives another example of how the Lord revealed His Gospel to the Jews.
We continue to critique the view that Christ’s return will be premillennial. We see there cannot be an earthly millennium following Christ’s Second Coming, since the Bible says that at that time, the Cosmic Renewal will take place…
Exodus 24:12-18,31:18 When Moses went up into the presence of the Lord on Mount Sinai, the Lord gave the first scripture written to His people. Before this, the Word had been passed down through the generations by word of mouth.
1 Peter 1:1-9 This evening, we see that true believers have a conviction of the reality of the things of the Lord. We see that this spiritual knowledge will give us a conviction that these visible signs of God are true and how this knowledge does this.
We continue our series of study in the field of eschatology, looking at whether the premillennial view can be reconciled with the resurrection and final judgment that the Bible says will take place when Christ returns.