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Tag: Expository teaching

Psalm 51 (Confession, Repentance, Restoration & Joy)

I found this sermon and thought I’d upload it on my channel. I preached this sermon on January 10th, 2021. Just four days after the J6 protest at the U.S. Capitol, and soon after Biden became president. Sadly, many in our church allowed those events to discourage or distract them. I strived to get their

Preached Isaiah 53 @ my Church – the Marrow of the Gospel

Today I preached this exposition of Isaiah chapter 52:13-15 thru 53:1-12 at my church. John 3:16 is one of the most misquoted verses in the Bible and is not the Gospel. What Christ endured on His cross is not the romanticized love story #BigEva tells. It was the Father’s Holy Hellbent Hatred of sin &

My sermon notes on Psalm 1, for our Sunday School class

The following are my sermon notes and commentary on Psalm 1, for our Sunday School class. By the grace of God, the glory of God, the exaltation of Christ, and the edification of His church. Brief IntroThis first Psalm was most likely written by David, and was written over 1,000 years before Christ’s birth.This first

An exposition of Hebrews 5:1-10, by Bill Rhetts

In this sermon I did an exposition of Hebrews chapter 5:1-10. The text includes, but is not limited to, the role of Levitical Priests, a warning to Jews, and Jesus as the Great High Priest. I then push back against bringing nationalism into the church. That we must think like Christians, and less like Americans.

Hebrews chapter 3, by Bill Rhetts

This is an exposition of the entire chapter three. Vs 1-6 is the supremacy of Christ above Moses (or any of todays celebrity pastors – aka idolatry) Vs 7-13 is a grim warning of the sin and danger of unbelief Vs 14-19 is the necessity of faith in Christ, and of steadfastly following him.

An exposition of Hebrews 2:1-9 – don’t neglect your salvation

Though not intentionally this was the shortest sermon I’ve ever preached, so in ‘this video’ I also included the call to worship, communion, Gloria Patri, and the benediction. In this sermon I did an exposition of the first nine verses of chapter 2. •             In vs 1-4 is ‘The duty to not neglect our salvation’•            

An exposition of Hebrews 1:5-14

And this sermon is verses 5-14, but more specifically, In vs 9a it says God “loved righteousness and hated wickedness.” Today most of our evangelicalism has a worldly form of love. An unbiblical love that tolerates, accepts, condones, celebrates, and/or acquiesces to sin. But the God of the Bible, and the Jesus of the Scriptures