Description: When most people consider the Covenant that God made with Noah, they have the tendency to think of rainbows …and not much else. But in this incredible section of Scripture we see promises that extend to every man, woman, and animal, and even the earth itself. And in those promises we see where God’s judgment and mercy meet foreshadowing the final redemptive work of Christ.
Description: Now that Jude has commanded us to contend earnestly for the faith once for all delivered to the saints, he now gives us the things to do in order to accomplish this task. The tasks he gives are both practical as well as profound. If churches were to follow Jude’s instruction many wouldn’t be in such dire need of reform.
Description: Jude may be one of the most overlooked and under-taught books of the New Testament. Yet it is a book that is just as much needed in the church today as it was in the first century. This sermon covers the greeting portion of Jude’s letter focusing on the Christian’s Perception, Position, and Possessions.
Description: Our passage this morning shows us two things about God. The first is that God never gives up on His people, He has a tenacious grip on us… and the second is that God’s amazing plan of redemption is larger than most of us think. God will redeem all of His creation and reverse the curse of sin.
Description: The book of Jonah is a highly unusual book. There is no other book like it within both the minor and major prophets. It’s unusual in that the prophetic message is not what’s important but rather the narrative that surrounds it.
Description: Even thought he was known as “The Teacher of Israel,” Nicodemus has his ignorance and unbelief of the scriptures exposed by Jesus. The truth that Jesus taught to Nicodemus and teaches the world today is “believe”.
Description: Nicodemus, a Jewish religious leader, came to Jesus with questions. As he complemented Jesus and acknowledged His miracles, wisdom, and that He was from God, Jesus challenged him. He told him that he must be born again to enter the Kingdom of God!
Description: “Many today love traditional wedding ceremonies with biblical language who would be repulsed if they comprehended the meaning. A pledge to take a woman for his wife commits a man to sharing life in its entirety. Man and wife are heirs together of God’s gracious gift of one life. It demands of him selfless thoughtfulness of her. The New Testament repeatedly urges men to love their wives and be considerate towards them.” — Walter Chantry, THE SHADOW OF THE CROSS
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