Sermons from October 2009
Hebrews 11:8-16 Concluding our 2009 Reformation Lecture Series, we consider the life of John Bunyan and some of the major themes in his work, ”Pilgrim’s Progress”.
We continue our consideration of a summary of the Biblical doctrines taught in reformed churches.
Hebrews 11:8-16 We consider three themes from this text that relate to John Bunyan’s work, ”Pilgrim’s Progress” which we will consider in the evening lecture:
Matthew 11:12 We consider the life of Thomas Watson, before examining one of his great works, ”Heaven Taken by Storm”, and the relevance it has to believers today.
Matthew 11:12 We examine the text upon which Thomas Watson based his work, ”Heaven Taken by Storm”.
We continue our survey of the fundamentals of the faith by looking at the Biblical basis for the doctrines taught by reformed churches.
2 Corinthians 2:11 We examine the life of Thomas Brooks, and some of the main themes in his work on spiritual warfare, ”Precious Remedies Against Satan’s Devices”.
We delve further into the fundamentals of the Christian faith, continuing our survey of the doctrine of the Church.
Philippians 4:10-13 We examine the life of Jeremiah Burroughs and some of the main themes contained within his famous work, ”The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment”.
Philippians 4:10-13 Paul indicates in our text that he had learned contentment in any situation – whether he was in plenty or in want. We consider two things from this: *What contentment is, and *How we can be content
We continue our evaluation of the fundamentals of the Christian faith by looking at the subject of the church.
Matthew 12:17-21 Beginning our 11th Annual Reformation Lecture Series, we survey ”The Bruised Reed” by Richard Sibbes.