Sermons from May 2009
Exodus 33:7-34:8 We consider another encouraging facet of the Lord’s work in the history of redemption: the many times Christ appeared to reveal something more of His glory, and the glorious work He would perform on behalf of His church in the distant future.
Revelation 7:1-8 We continue to examine the book of Revelation, considering how much of it may apply to the time in AD70 when the Temple was destroyed and God took a new bride, His Church.
Matthew 7:16-20 We review the teaching concerning works that Jonathan Edwards derived from Scriptures such as the following verse: Jesus said, “By this all men will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:35).
Ephesians 2:10 We examine Edwards’ point that saving grace or holy love will produce good works. Edwards is very thorough so that no one will have an excuse to reject this truth, since it is so vital to a sound assurance of a sound salvation.
Psalm 106:34-46 This morning, we see another way the Lord preserved His people once they were in the land: through revival. Once Israel’s godly leadership died off, the people immediately fell away from the Lord.
Revelation 5:1-5 We continue to examine the book of Revelation, considering how much of it may apply to the time in AD70 when the Temple was destroyed and God took a new bride, His Church. We focus on the seven seal judgments.
Matthew 10:22 We consider the third fruit of holy love: that we will persevere in obedience to the end of our lives, no matter what trials and difficulties we may have to face. This follows from the fact that this holy love in our souls will never be fully extinguished
Exodus 34:24 In this message, we will see the work of redemption advance even further. The Lord had revealed His worship to His people in the wilderness, but there were certain aspects of that worship that couldn’t be implemented until they were in the Promised Land
Revelation 5:1-2 We continue to examine the book of Revelation, considering how much of it may apply to the time in AD70 when the Temple was destroyed. We see how the Lord was divorcing ethnic Israel for her unfaithfulness so that He could take to Himself a new bride.
Matthew 11:12 We consider the biblical teaching advanced by Jonathan Edwards that a true believer will lead a life in which the glory of God is the highest desire and priority.
Hebrews 4:8 We consider the conquest of Canaan by Israel and see that God raises up a leader of His people (Joshua) to defeat His enemies in Canaan – a person raised up to give the people of God rest in the land.
Revelation 1:7 We see that the theme of the book of Revelation is Christ’s judgment on First Century Israel.