Sermons from April 2010
Romans 14:1-9 We consider four objections that some people raise to the continuation of a Christian Sabbath.
Matthew 3 We look at Christ’s obedience from three different angles to get a better view of the standard He set for us to follow as our great Example.
Revelation 20 We continue our consideration of the Book of Revelation, and in particular of the two resurrections that are spoken of in chapter 20. We see a close parallel between this passage and a section in John 5.
Hebrews 4:9-10 We begin to consider the subject of the Christian Sabbath. We start by reviewing some of the Biblical and other data that show there is still a day of rest for the believer, designed by God to be a blessing for His children.
Acts 20:17-35 We begin to look at what Jesus did to purchase salvation for us.
Revelation 20 We review Revelation 20 – paying particular attention to the millennium and God’s judgment on His enemies.
Galatians 3:1-14 This message highlights the Gospel truths that salvation is by grace and not by works and that through the work of Christ, Gentiles as well as Jews may enter the Kingdom of God.
Galatians 4:4-5 We move into the second great period in the History of Redemption, from the incarnation of Christ to the resurrection. It was during this time of Christ’s humiliation that He would pay for our redemption.
Revelation 19:11-21 We continue to examine chapter 19 of the book of Revelation from the moderate preterist perspective – seeing that (like much of the book of Revelation) its contents largely deal with the imminent fall of Jerusalem in 70AD.
Matthew 6:16-18 We finish considering the topic of fasting by looking at some directions on how to keep a fast that is honoring to the Lord. We see two things: #The things we need to consider before we begin a fast. #What we need to do during a fast.
Acts 2:22-36 Is there someone who will hold us accountable for the wrong we have done? Knowing from our consciences that the answer is yes, is there a way we can get out of paying for those wrongs?
Revelation 19:1-10 We examine the marriage of the Lamb in chapter 19 of the book of Revelation from the moderate preterist perspective – seeing that (like much of the book of Revelation) its contents largely deal with the imminent fall of Jerusalem in 70AD.