Sermons from November 2009
Psalm 14:1-3 We examine some of the reasons why people don’t believe and follow Christ.
Ezra 1 We consider the next large step forward in the history of redemption: the overthrow of Babylon and the return of God’s people to the land of promise.
We look at the subject of evangelism from a Reformed perspective.
As a stimulus to thankfulness, we consider what we have been given in Christ compared with what we actually deserved. An illustration from William Guthrie serves to show what our attitude should be, and to spur us on to be more thankful.
Luke 16:19-31 Since we only do what we want to do, we consider some of the reasons why we should be willing to pay whatever it costs to trust and follow Jesus.
Daniel 9:24-27 We consider the appearance of a fourth person in the fiery furnace in Daniel 3, and the prophecy of the 70 weeks in Daniel 9 as God reveals more of His plan of redemption in anticipation of the coming of Messiah.
We finish our survey of the means of grace from a Reformed perspective.
Matthew 16:24-26 Once you place your trust in Christ as your only hope of heaven, you must begin to follow Him. There must be a course correction in your life – with a change of destinations, there must be a change of direction.
Ezekiel 21:24-27 We begin to see how the Lord used the Babylonian Captivity to prepare for the coming of His Son.
We continue our consideration of the means of grace from a Reformed perspective.
Acts 16:31 In a day when many in the church are confused about the critical question of what saving faith actually is, we examine the three aspects of true faith (knowledge, assent and trust), before seeing the distinctive features of a saving faith.
Daniel 2:44 We overview the history of God’s people from the time of the exile in Babylon to the coming of Christ, using a prophecy in Daniel as our basis.