July 17, 2022
Preacher: Josh Peglow, pastor
Key Text: 1 Peter 1:3-5
I could not have begun to love thee hadst thou not
first loved me,
or been willing unless thou hadst first made me so.
O that such a crown should fit the head of
such a sinner!
…And so goes —but a stanza of— a rich, Truth-soaked Puritan Prayer.*
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, in his first official sermon as pastor, Josh Peglow takes to the pulpit to illuminate a marvelous hope — a marvelous truth — we find in scripture.
It’s a truth and hope that shows us that God is to be blessed for His work in bringing about an unassailable salvation to His heavenly people.
And the Puritan Prayer? Well, it encapsulates this reality beautifully:
Let thy love draw me nearer to thyself,
wean me from sin, mortify me to this world,
and make me ready for my departure hence.
Secure me by thy grace as I sail across this
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- ORIGIN of our Hope (3)
- PERMANENCE of our Hope (4)
- REALIZATION of our Hope (5)
June 14, 2020
Preacher: Monty Simao, pastor
Series: The Church, CoronaVirus
Key Text: Genesis 2:16-18; Malachi 3:13-15, 16-18; 1 Samuel 23:15-16; Galatians 6:1-2; Philippians 1:27; Deuteronomy 6:5-9; Lamentations 4:3; Job 39:13-16; 1 Peter 3:7; Ephesians 5:25-30
Description: Just as an athlete needs to train with physical discipline, the Christian needs to train with spiritual discipline.
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues his series on The Church as we stay the course with the current stay-home measures and learn from Paul in 1 Timothy that we need to train ourselves for godliness.
…Training that not only includes disciplines of Bible reading and prayer when we are alone, but also godly conversation when we are with others — communing with believers throughout the circumstances of life.
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- Hot Mug of Grace
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Questions to Ponder After the Sermon:
- What is God Communicating through His Word?
- Did this sermon reveal sin in my life that I need to repent of?
- Have I been encouraged by the sermon? If so, how?
- Did this sermon affect the way I think about God, and what are the ramifications of that change?
- Does this sermon bring up an emotional reaction in me such as anger or joy? Why do I feel this way?
- What does this text communicate about our church or about my family?
- If there are changes that I need to make in my life, whether thoughts or actions, what steps do I need to take to move in that direction?