Who Needs Lordship Salvation?

November 14, 2010

And other sermons from 11.14.10

Who Needs Lordship Salvation? (Rm 6:15)

In this message we examine the questions Paul raises as objections to the doctrine of salvation by faith alone through Romans 1-6. These objections suggest the concerns raised by the Lordship salvation debate. We attempt to navigate between both ‘sides’ and present a scriptural approach to the doctrine of salvation.

The Person of Christ Incarnate (4)

In this lesson we emphasize various points about the union of the Divine and human characteristics of Christ in the one Person, Jesus Christ the Son of God. Our concluding lesson lists some of the heresies concerning the person of Christ that the church fought out in the first five centuries of church history.

Eat Meat! (or – The Quirks of the Cults) (1 Tim 4:3-5)

In this message we consider two particular cultic asceticisms (forbidding marriage and meats) which are marks of the ‘special knowledge’ that cults and cultic personalities seem to delight in. The message is designed to aid discernment and warn against delight in special interpretations of the Scripture.

Back to Romans – Nov 7, 2010

November 8, 2010

Identifying with Christ (Rm 6:1-14)

In this message we talk about how Paul became so identified with Christ that he could call other men to be his imitators. We also point the way for any believer to become such a model for other Christians.

Summarizing Psalm 119 (2)

In this session we conclude our brief summary of key words and sections of Ps 119.

Psalm 119 Sunday – Oct 31, 2010

November 8, 2010

Identifying with the Psalmist

In the first message of Ps 119 Sunday, we see the psalmist as described by various verses of the psalm and by his outlook on the word of God as described in the psalm. In taking this look, we find a man like us, who needs the Word of God for his spiritual sustenance.

Summarizing Psalm 119

In this lesson, we begin a summary of some key ideas of Psalm 119 by looking at some of the synonyms for the Word of God found in the psalm.

Benefitting from the Word

Our last message on Psalm 119 Sunday looks at qualities of the Word of God as described by Ps 119. These qualities are life-changing.

TWD Johnson funeral – Oct 27, 2010

November 8, 2010

Thomas W. D. Johnson – eulogy

Eulogy for Thomas W. D. Johnson by his eldest son, Donald C. S. Johnson.

This Poor Man Cried (Ps 34.6)

The funeral sermon for Thomas W. D. Johnson, preached by his son, Paul Thomas Johnson.

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Service held at the Drayton Valley Church of God, Drayton Valley, Alberta.

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For a written form of Pastor Don’s eulogy for his father, see this tribute:

Poor Boy Off the Farm