Yet I was shown Mercy [1 Timothy]

November 29, 2009

1 Tim 1.12-17

Do you think confronting error in a local church is tough? What do you think it would have been like to confront someone like Saul of Tarsus? The apostle offers up his testimony as an encouragement to pastors and churches to engage in confronting error. He seems to say, ‘If God could change me, he could change anyone.’

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Personal Sins (2) [Basic Theology]

November 29, 2009

We conclude our study of this topic, begun last week by one of our men, on the subject of personal sins. These are those overt acts of sin we commit, not  inherited sin (our sin nature) or imputed sin (our condemnation with Adam).

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Hope Makes Not Ashamed [Romans]

November 29, 2009

Rm 5.5

As we come to v. 5, we realize that the Christian hope is a major theme of the first five verses. It touches all the new privileges the Christian enjoys as a consequence of justification by faith. Our hope means no condemnation awaits us because we have God’s love lavished upon us by the agency of the Holy Spirit, our Guide, our Comforter, and our Guarantee of eternal salvation.

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Mercy and truth are met together [Psalms]

November 25, 2009

Ps 85

Ps 85.10 encapsulates the theme of the whole psalm. We humans have no right to God’s mercy, if the truth be told. But God in himself has reconciled these truths and has become our God and our Saviour.

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Hitherto Hath the Lord Helped Us

November 22, 2009

1 Sam 7

Bill Carter

Pastor Carter is the pastor of a sister church here in our fair city and stood in for our pastor during his absence. Thanks Pastor Carter!

Personal Sins (1) [Basic Theology]

November 22, 2009

Rob Perry

One of our men led our study in our pastor’s absence. This is the first part of a discussion of the doctrine of acts of sin, the sins men commit personally (as opposed to inherited and imputed sin).

Are You Prepared for Battle?

November 22, 2009

Eph 6.14-18

Harry Lloyd

One of our deacons stood in for our pastor in his absence. This message challenges us to be prepared for the assaults of the devil against our faith.

Every Christian Ought to be FAT

November 18, 2009

Pr 13.4

Bill Carter

Pastor Carter is the pastor of a sister church here in our fair city and stood in for our pastor during his absence. Thanks Pastor Carter!

Psalms Notes Updated

November 16, 2009

By request, I have uploaded all our notes on the Psalms to date. Notes are unfortunately unavailable for some of the Psalms.

To complete our set to date, here are the links to Ps 83 and Ps 84, here are links to our audio and notes for these two:

We will resume our study of Psalms in the last week of November.

Five Principles of Giant Slaying

November 15, 2009

1 Sam 17

Bob Fricks

Our thanks to bro. Fricks for standing in for our pastor during an unexpected absence. (We also thank the pastor and people of Galilee Baptist in Kent, WA for sharing bro. Fricks with us with very short notice.)

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