Matt Henderson • Sermon • • 4,513 views
God has appointed a time for everything, and made it so that man can’t know the plan. Why? So that man will have to TRUST God (and His word).
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 97 views
Used mostly symbolically to refer to God’s supreme authority over his creation. It is used especially to refer to his final victory over all those who oppose him.
as we work our way through the book of Acts our goal is to learn what an authentic church looks like Rev 2-3 teach us that every local church must struggle and work hard to stay doctrinally faithful, morally pure and faithful to its task within 60 years of Christ’s death and resurrection we find 5 of…
The Book of Ephesians
FREE WILL AND PREDESTINATION ARE LIKE A DOOR. THE SIDE OF THE DOOR TOWARD US SAYS, "FREE WILL…" ONCE YOU GO THROUGH THE DOOR YOU TURN AROUND AND SEE THAT THE OTHER SIDE SAYS, "PREDESTINATION." THIS SEPARATES THE CAUSE OF SALVATION INTO TWO PERSPECTIVES: THE PERSPECTIVE OF MAN, AND THE PERSPECTIVE OF GOD. THE IDEA IS THAT FROM OUR PERSPECTIVE, WE USE OUR "FREE WILL" TO CHOOSE TO BE SAVED. AND FROM GOD'S PERSPECTIVE, GOD USES HIS SOVEREIGNTY TO CHOOSE WHO WILL CHOOSE SALVATION
Formula for Change
Desmond Cook • Sermon • • 30 views
The refusal to bend to pressure, bow to idols, and burn [be consumed] in the fire, allows us to realize God's promise, experience His presence, and revel in His preservation of and promotion for us.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 30 views
Scripture recognises that human beings exercise authority in various capacities and ways. However, it insists that all human authority derives ultimately from God himself.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 29 views
The quality of being in a position of leadership or guidance. Headship has to do with God’s relation to this created world, and to his ordering of relationships within it. Headship among human beings does not necessarily signify superior status, but rather a role of leadership and care. Scripture sees it as involving servanthood, and views Jesus Christ as the supreme model of this.
Faithlife Sermons • Sermon • • 29 views
The fact that God is free and able to do all that he wills; that he reigns over all creation and that his will is the final cause of all things. This is often expressed in the language of kingship.
Jomo Thomas • Sermon • • 26 views • 55:37
WHO REALLY RULES THE WORLD! General Observations God doesn’t provide Daniel or Nebuchadnezzar with a designated time frame for when the events in the dream will take place Omniscience of God - Meaning that God knows all past present & future events equally without discrimination The Sovereignty of God…
We are going to pause today to focus on the work of God in a man. The man is Pharaoh, the king of Egypt. Actually, the Lord has been working in a particular way on the hearts of two men as seen in Exodus: Moses and Pharaoh. These two men are going to confront each other over and over again, and are representatives…
Rev. Bruce Goettsche • Union Church of La Harpe Illinois • Sermon • • 16 views
This week we begin a new study of the book of Ephesians. This book was written by Paul. Some early manuscripts lack a destination name which means the letter was likely intended to be shared with a number of churches (the name was filled in at the destination). Ephesians is considered one of the “prison…
God's Story in Scripture
Joel Gilbert • Sermon • • 6 views • 37:51
What brings you comfort? I guess the question that we would need to ask before that is “why do we need comfort?” At various times in our lives - whether individually, corporately as a church, community, or nation - we all experience things that cause us pain or discomfort. This pandemic has brought some…
Ephesians 4: One Christ, One Hope, One Body
A Adams • Sermon • • 3 views
Introduction <<PRAY>> <<READ 4:1-6>> So far in Ephesians 4 , we’ve been called to take Christian UNITY very seriously. v1 - “therefore” - tied directly to the nature of the Gospel . [[stop]] The division we see in the world around us, the hostility that pops up in our own hearts, these are symptoms of…
Roland Barnes • Covenant Dublin • Sermon • • 3 views • 2:24:02
This class goes into some of the main distinctives of Reformed Theology, especially as regards the Doctrines of Grace (aka Doctrine of Election): TULIP: Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited (aka definite) Atonement, Irresistible Grace, Perseverance of the Saints.