Nathan Sehi • Sermon • • 1,023 views
The Psalm is primarily focused on the proper and wise acceptance of God's annointed King. This Psalm is the 2nd part of a 2 Psalm introduction to the book. As a Psalm, it is grouped with what have been called the corination Hymns because it is related to the enthronement of the Davidic King (including the Messiah). Likely was written in David's day given the reference to the Davidic Covenant in Ps 2:8-9. This would have been common for accepting any of the Davidic throne. However, it was placed in the Psalter during Post-Exilic time. Given that point and it's Davidic promise it is looking ultimately for the Messiah. This is especially true since there was no Davidic King during the Post-Exilic
Revelation: Church! Hear This...
JEZEBEL... This name has never been on the popular list of baby girl names, and for good reason! The name Jezebel carries with it the stigma and personification of evil, wickedness, and immorality. We see Jezebel come to the pages of scripture in the Old Testament in 1 Kings 16:29-33 29 Now Ahab the…
John Wivell • Sermon • • 247 views
For many people, their praise towards God matches their mood. When things are going well, they are happy and feel that God must be blessing them, if indeed they stop to think about him at all. But when life gets difficult, they are more than just naturally upset—they are convinced God must not be as…
The Gospel of Luke
Jesus tells a parable to help his disciples understand that the Kingdom will not be established immediately as he arrives in Jerusalem - instead he will be "going away" to be crowned king before returning with all power and authority. In the parable he helps his disciples understand how they are to conduct themselves as servants while he is away: to put what they have been given to work for him.
Rev. Dr. Timothy J. Stidham • Fairmeadow Community Church of The Nazarene • Sermon • • 52 views • 24:14
John, To the seven churches in the province of Asia: Grace and peace to you from him who is, and who was, and who is to come, and from the seven spirits before his throne, and from Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, the firstborn from the dead, and the ruler of the kings of the earth. To him…
The Justice of God
The Justice of God: Race, Gospel, and Ultimate Justice 22 So Paul, standing in the midst of the Areopagus, said: “Men of Athens, I perceive that in every way you are very religious. 23 For as I passed along and observed the objects of your worship, I found also an altar with this inscription: ‘To the…
Unveiled Hope: The Reigning Christ of Revelation
A people who will not receive the salvation of the Lamb cannot escape the wrath of the Lamb
Pastor Randy Bradley • Randy Bradley • Sermon • • 15 views • 24:39
What has God given us when He gives us His son? Certainly a savior, but also a Prophet, a Priest, a Judge, and a King. When we understand the height and width of this gift it will change how we live.
Daniel: In the World.
Bill Sizemore • Sermon • • 12 views
The central theme of the Bible is a King and his Kingdom. As Daniel is navigating the waters of the worldly kingdoms he recieves visions that the true king of Isreal is coming. What was prophecy to Daniel is history to us, and now we find ourselves waiting for the final fulfilment of the King of Kings to take his thrown.
The Justice of God
Introduction Writing about AD 95 from the Island of Patmos Apocalyptic - Revelation - Remember the message entitled: The Justice of God: Race, Gospel, and Ultimate Justice? 30 The times of ignorance God overlooked, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent, 31 because he has fixed a day on…
Taylor Bradley • Sermon • • 5 views
Intro I am something of a word nerd. Many of you who have taught children to read, know how challenging the English language can be. I remember reading a few years back an article about some words in the English language that compete for the most definitions, meanings, or senses. In the 1928 Oxford English…