A partial exposition of Hebrews 7:1-10 (my last sermon @ MRBC)
This is an exposition of Hebrews 6:13-20. • Vs 13-18 will be ‘God’s Infallible Purpose in Christ’ & the doctrine of Impassability • Vs 19-20 will be ‘Christ, as the Anchor of our soul & salvation & the Man behind the second curtain In vs 17 he said “So when God desired to show more
The next three verses (all one passage) are probably one of the most controversial in the NT. This passage has been interpreted by some, to say they can lose their salvation. I was once upon a time of that belief, but by Gods grace I no longer am. Vs 4-6 “For it is impossible, in
I’m enjoying my journey through Hebrews 6, here’s a peak at verses 9-10. In vs 9 Paul was admonishing them (and us) to press-on with things that matter. Specifically, “things that belong to salvation” (or sōtēria). As stated in a previous sermon, for reasons of despair and desperateness, too many professing Christians want the church
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.
In this sermon I give an exposition of Hebrews 4:11-16. • Vs 11-13 is the Word discovers our condition (I also talk about how today’s evangelicalism despise brethren with discernment) • Vs 14-16 is Jesus the Great High Priest; He is our confidence.
In this sermon excerpt, I discuss my former errs of dispensationalism, intentionally disobeying the Fourth Commandment – to keep the Sabbath Day holy. That we need to keep this commandment, but when necessary, to be graceful to our military and first responders that protect us on Sundays. How the Lord used me to thwart active
This was a difficult sermon to preach. Afterward, I tendered my resignation as pastor, giving them a six-week notice. My wife and I love this church dearly, and we will miss them dearly. But Lord willing, by faith, we are transitioning into a new chapter in our life; with new opportunities – Deo volente! In
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.
Today I gave an exposition of verses 10-18. Vs 10 is Jesus, is the Founder & Captain of our salvation Vs 11-13 is Jesus, Who sanctifies us Vs 14-15 is Jesus, Who defeated the Devil, and the fear of death Vs 16-18 is Jesus, Who made propitiation for His people. In vs 11 he said
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’•
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
Today I began an expositional teaching and preaching through the book of Hebrews. Whereas I gave a brief introduction, and then the first four verses. In Hebrews 1:1-4 he said, “God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, 2 has in these last days spoken to us by His Son,