Contributing sermons since Mar 1, 2012
Contributed on May 3, 2012
I will continue to discuss predestination, and outline the main thoughts and truths regarding this wonderful doctrine.
Today we continue in our study of what is probably the most controversial topic in the Bible, namely the doctrine of predestination, so maybe you would like to hold onto your seats as we delve deep into the Word of God to determine exactly what this wonderful doctrine teaches us regarding our ...read more
Contributed on May 2, 2012
Predestination is most likely one of the most controversial topics in Christian circles today, and yet undoubtedly one of the most vital. In this teaching session we have a look at an introduction to the doctrine of predestination.
In theological circles there are two main camps when it comes to the doctrine of predestination. One the one hand we have people who feel that because this doctrine is so embroiled in past difficulty and misunderstanding, that it is better to rather avoid the topic, and not to discuss it at ...read more
Contributed on May 1, 2012
If God sovereignly ordains whatsoever shall come to pass, is it possible for Him to 'change His mind'?
CAN GOD CHANGE HIS IMMUTABLE ORDINATIONS? Over the course of the last five weeks we have spent much time considering the providence of God, and how He has ordained whatsoever shall come to pass and more importantly that He has immutably ordained whatsoever shall come to pass. With that in ...read more
Contributed on Apr 2, 2012
If God ordains whatsoever shall come to pass, what role do humans play in the greater picture? Are we merely puppets on a string or is the some sort of freedom we have to choose God?
What about human freedom? This is a very interesting topic, and there are a variety of answers that should actually be considered, and hopefully we will look at the main points during the course of our service this morning. I’m not going to be doing any recapping today, simply to say ...read more
Contributed on Mar 21, 2012
If God ordains whatsoever shall come to pass, does that mean that He is also the author of evil and sin? We have a look at human evil and the role it plays in Gods eternal plan for us.
Psalm 135 Is God responsible for human evil Over the last few weeks we have been looking at providence and what that means to us today. We saw in the first lesson that providence means that God sees everything, past, present and future, and He sees what causal effect every single action ...read more