Sermons from July 2009
2 Corinthians 5:21 In this message, we see the working out of God’s grace, specifically in the Atonement. God the Father out of His infinite love gave His only begotten Son, who knew no sin, to be sin on behalf of His people, that He might make them righteous in His eyes.
2 Samuel 8 This morning, we see the Lord use David to conquer the remaining land He promised to give Abraham and His people. This was a picture of what Jesus would do in subduing all His enemies and ruling as King over all God’s creation.
We continue our series in the basics of the Christian faith and we conclude our review of the Word of God.
2 Samuel 7 We consider another way in which the Lord advanced His work of salvation in David’s days: by His giving to David the fifth revelation of the Covenant of Grace. David sets his heart on building a house for God, but God tells David that it is His intentio
Isaiah 55:1-7 This evening, we consider this question: If it is so plain in Scripture that our works are the best evidence that we are saved, then why are there so many theologians and pastors today who deny this and teach that works aren’t necessary?
We continue a new series in which we are studying the basics of the Christian Faith, of Reformed theology and the distinctive elements of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church.
John 14:21 This evening, we consider one more argument that works provide the best evidence that one is converted, namely that works are the outcome of every grace the Spirit produces in our hearts.
2 Samuel 5:1-10 Adding to the light that He gave with the coming of King David, the Lord provides a wonderful picture of His Church in the city of Jerusalem. We see David conquer that city, where the Lord was pleased to place His name.
We begin a new series in which we will study the basics of the Christian Faith, of Reformed theology and the distinctive elements of the OPC. This morning we deal with general and special revelation, together with the inspiration of the Scriptures.
Matthew 25:31-46 We reflect on another argument given by Jonathan Edwards to show the importance of good works: it is on the basis of our works that the final judgment will be conducted and our eternal destinies determined.
2 Samuel 23:1-8 We consider another great leap forward in God’s revelation to His Church: the Psalms David wrote. The Psalms not only contain many prophecies about Christ, but the Lord also appointed them to be used in worship…
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. We focus on the image of Michael and the dragon.