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Contributed on Oct 24, 2021
The Father had a significant role in the past aspect of our salvation. Christ had the prominent role in our present salvation, and the Spirit holds the primary role in the future aspect of our salvation – sealing and preserving believers.
The Preserving work of God Ephesians 1: 11-14 Over the past couple weeks, we have been discussing the role of the Trinity regarding our salvation. We have considered the sovereign work of God the Father and the redeeming work of Christ the Son. As we conclude this powerful passage, we will examine ...read more
Contributed on Oct 20, 2021
The text is a portion of the Sermon on the Mount, and a distinct biblical doctrine, that is often overlooked and even ignored. In this portion of His message Jesus dealt with the immorality of adultery and emphasized the importance of morality among believers.
A Word Concerning Morality Matthew 5: 27-30 Today we come to a portion of the Sermon on the Mount, and a distinct biblical doctrine, that is often overlooked and even ignored. In this portion of His message Jesus dealt with the immorality of adultery and emphasized the importance of morality ...read more
Contributed on Oct 17, 2021
One cannot examine the gracious provision of salvation apart from the finished work of Christ. Christ made the opportunity of salvation a reality through His atoning sacrifice and triumphant resurrection.
The Redeeming work of God Ephesians 1: 7-10 Our text today deals with the present aspect of our salvation and the provision of Christ which secured salvation for humanity. One cannot examine the gracious provision of salvation apart from the finished work of Christ. The Father had a plan that ...read more
Contributed on Oct 2, 2021
Salvation is a multi-faceted provision, with past, present, and future implications. One is biblically correct in stating that we have been saved, we are being saved, and we will be saved.
The Sovereign work of God Ephesians 1: 3-6 As we continue to move through the first chapter of the Ephesian letter, we come to one of the greatest doctrinal passages in all of Scripture. It is interesting to note, in the original Greek, verses three through fourteen are one continual sentence. In ...read more
Contributed on Sep 29, 2021
We know that killing another is wrong, but Jesus expands the realm of accountability for murder beyond what most, even in our day, perceive as murderous.
A Word Concerning Murder Matthew 5: 21-26 In our text today, Jesus continued to emphasize the righteous standard that God expects and requires of humanity to have fellowship with Him. Here our Lord continued to point out man’s misguided perception of righteousness and He again rebukes the ...read more