Sermons from June 2009
Tonight we learn about the work of the Lord in Pakistan through Westminster Biblical Missions.
1 Chronicles 29:29-30 This morning we consider why the Lord gave further revelation at the time of David by adding several new books to Scripture. We look at how each of them points to Christ’s coming and His work of redemption.
Revelation 12 We continue our survey of Revelation from the perspective that much of the book may relate to the overthrow of Jerusalem and the temple in AD 70. This week, we begin focusing on the image of the woman and the dragon.
Revelation 11:1-13 We look at the account of the two witnesses from the book of Revelation and see how this may be understood from a perspective that maintains most of this book refers to the judgment on Jerusalem in AD 70.
Psalm 18 This morning we look at several instances of the Lord’s deliverance of David when his life was in danger. The Lord preserved him for two reasons: *The Redeemer was going to come through David *He protects His people
James 2:22 Tonight we look at another reason that good works are the best evidence of a true faith. Since God saves us for good works, these works are the goal of our faith, and they complete our faith.
Revelation 11:1-13 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 measuring of the temple and on the two prophets.
1 Samuel 13:14 We move on to consider another phase in the History of Redemption: the time from the anointing of David as king, to the Babylonian Captivity. The Lord takes another step forward in the work of redemption as the time of Christ continues to draw near.
Proverbs 4:23 This evening, we begin to look at a series of arguments Jonathan Edwards uses to prove that our actions are the best of all the evidences we can give that we have saving faith.
Revelation 8:1-6 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 trumpet judgments.
Acts 3:18-26 We consider „The Sons of The Prophets„, the school that the Lord established in the Old Covenant to reveal His coming and advance His work, increasing His light in order to prepare Israel for the coming of Messiah.
1 John 2:3-6 We consider Jonathan Edwards’ final point regarding religious affections: not only will others know we are genuine believers by our works, but we will know it as well.