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  • You’ve Been Grafted Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Mar 8, 2021

    Biblical Christianity and Biblical Judaism are joined at the hip, because they are founded upon God’s gifts and calling, which are irrevocable.

    You’ve Been Grafted (Romans 11:13-32) 1. One frustration we sometimes experience in dealing with people is when they blame others for things that are really their own fault. 2. A woman met with a counselor and stated, "I want to divorce my husband." ?On what grounds?” asked the more

  • A New Covenant

    Contributed by Mark A. Barber on Mar 6, 2018
    based on 1 rating

    To whom does this new covenant apply, to Israel or Everybody?

    A New Covenant Jeremiah 31:31-40 This prophecy of Jeremiah is one of the important prophecies of the Old Testament. It is the only prophecy of the New Covenant in it. It has been widely quoted in the New Testament, and is used in the debates concerning end-time prophecy. So it is profitable to more

  • Heirs Of The Covenant

    Contributed by Chris Surber on Jul 9, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    We are heirs of the New Covenant, its promises, its hope.

    Heirs of a New Covenant, Jeremiah 31:31-37 Introduction We live in an age of passing fancies and boredom. When men and women enter into that most sacred of institutions, for example, it is seldom with the genuine intention of union unto death. It is often a union whose ties will be severed as more

  • The New Deal Series

    Contributed by Ed Vasicek on May 23, 2009

    Regenerate believers since the time of Jesus – including most of us -- have begun to experience the New Covenant, the nation of Israel will experience the New Covenant in the future, and these realities need to be clarified and applied.

    The New Deal (Jeremiah 31:31-37) 1. Our country and our churches are not in the best of shape. It is easy to become negative or cynical, but we need to remember that things could be worse, much worse. 2. When God’s people are not taking Him seriously, it can be confusing. But the truth is more

  • The Prophetic Voice: Past, Present And Future Series

    Contributed by Aubrey Vaughan on Jul 20, 2007
    based on 29 ratings

    A glimpse into the prophetic voice of Jeremiah and gleaning some helpful hints into living a life for God today.

    The prophets: Jeremiah 2: 5 -9. 29:11 – 14. Jer 31: 31 - 33. The last session in the bible overview we looked at the Exile in particular under the life of Daniel this week we are going to look at the prophets in particular through the prophet Jeremiah 627 BC. Before, during and after more

  • A New Hope Series

    Contributed by Jeff Strite on Aug 16, 2004
    based on 89 ratings

    God was giving Jeremiah a chance to be a messenger of hope. There was to be a new covenant. But when was this covenant to take effect and who would be part of it?

    OPEN: I recently ran across a “good news” “bad news” joke for preachers: Good News: You baptized four people down at the river last Sunday Bad News: You lost 2 others to the river’s current Good News: You finally found a choir director who did things your way. Bad News: The choir more

  • Gods' Love Series

    Contributed by Arthur Potter on Nov 23, 2001
    based on 44 ratings

    God loved you so much he sent His only Son.

  • Related By Blood

    Contributed by John Kapteyn on Oct 18, 2000
    based on 41 ratings

    Topic - First in a series on the covenant. Theme - The covenant according to O. Palmer Robertson, is a "bond in blood, divinely administered." Today we discuss this definition.

    Introductory Considerations 1. As I looked ahead, thinking and praying about what God would have me preach to you this fall, I sensed we need to work on our relationships - with our spouses, parents, children, families, and with one another in church. 2. But as contemplate this, I though we more