This sermon is an exposition of the 111th Psalm.
Tag: Expository teaching
This is an excerpt from my sermon on Psalm 101. I give a brief history of the doctrine of lesser magistrate, modern-day experiences, and a modern-day application. As well as Biblically exposing, rebuking and calling cowardly pastors to repentance. The aforementioned interview of Pastor Jacob can be seen here.
This is an exposition of Psalm 96 I talk about our view of “tithing” and different ways that we “give onto the Lord,” the Majesty of the Lord, the judgement that the church will benefit from, and the importance of the church going out to tell the heathens. #ReformedBaptist #ExpositoryTeaching #Psalm96
An Exposition of Psalm 86, by Bill Rhetts
I pray you will be encouraged by this exposition of Psalm 84.
While doing expository teaching on this chapter, I also applied the importance of believing in the God of these Scriptures. As one woman yesterday that was killing her child at an abortion mill, claimed to already believe in both God and Jesus. I also discussed the importance of the Doctrine of Divine Impassibility, as well
In this expositional teaching of Psalm 75, I also gave a call to action to examine ourselves for any pastoral idolatry or grandstanding. And to continually embrace the pillars of Sola Scriptura and Soli Deo Gloria. And what’s in that cup of red wine?
James Montgomery Boice said this, “When Magic Johnson, the handsome professional basketball personality, revealed that he had AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) the first, immediate reaction of the sportswriters and pundits was jubilation that at last we had an attractive way to look at the killer disease. One newspaper I read actually spoke of the
An exposition of Psalm 51, applying the confession of sin, repentance, and receiving the benefits of restoration & joy.
Naturally so, this sermon will be hated by the world, but unnaturally it will be disliked by a large number of professing Christians. But I believe it is ‘providentially necessary’ to sound the trumpet. If I fear to preach it, then perhaps I am a hireling, not a shepherd.
This exposition is a lesson and an exhortation on the benefits of trusting in God, and putting our confidence in Christ. That the Lord’s people need not fear the corona virus, the political climate, losing our constitution, not even death. And what about that clandestine relocation.
This exposition of the Twenty Sixth Psalm reveals more evidence that Christians are not to be a friend of sinners, or friends with the world, in fact there’s a time to hate evil doers. “And this also was an evidence of his faithfulness to his God, that he never associated with those who he had