Sermons from February 2010
Malachi 4 We consider the closing chapter in the Old Testament Scriptures, and meditate on the fact that God was closing this period by indicating that direct revelation from Him would now cease (as it did for 400 years)…
Revelation 15:1-8 We examine this chapter of the book of Revelation from the moderate preterist perspective – seeing that (like much of the book of Revelation) much of its contents deal with the imminent fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. We focus in this lesson on the prelude to
Ephesians 6:1-9 Continuing our series on walking with God, we turn from starting the day with the Lord to living for Him throughout the day.
Esther 4:14 Continuing our series on the History of Redemption in Scripture, we consider God’s Providence. Scripture tells us that God is sovereign – that He has planned everything from beginning to end.
Revelation 14:14-20 We will complete our study of this chapter of Revelation, from the perspective that many of the events it deals with took place during God’s judgment on Israel in 70 AD. We focus especially on the 200 miles of blood and the meanings thereof.
Psalm 66:18-19 We continue to consider how we are to walk with God each day, seeing that we should start every day with prayer. We examine in a practical way how to do this in order that our prayers may be most effective.
Acts 15:21 Resuming our series in the History of Redemption in Scripture, we see the link between personal and corporate revival on the one hand and the regular reading and application of Scripture on the other.
Revelation 14:1-13 We look at Chapter 14 of the book Revelation from the perspective that it deals with events leading up to and including the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. We focus on the 144,000 with the name of the Father on their foreheads and the three angels.
1 Peter 1:17-19 We consider two things: *First, that we are called to glorify and walk with God at all times. *Second, some practical ways to do this, beginning with our mornings.
Psalm 16:11 There are so many things in this world that can distract us – there, perhaps, are more „fun„ things to do today than there have been in any other time in history. The results is that we tend not to think about Heaven until we reach the end of our lives.
Revelation 13:11-18 We continue our consideration of Chapter 13 of the book Revelation from the perspective that it deals with events leading up to and including the fall of Jerusalem in 70AD. We focus on the symbolism of the beasts in the chapter.