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Sermons by David Robertson

It is my privilege to be here and to hear you guys as well.  I’m quite worried that you’re sitting behind me, so just be careful with those bows and things!  Alright?  But it’s great to be here with every single one of you.  I want to look at God’s Word at Philippians chapter 1 and we’re going to look at just a few verses there, verse 19...

It’s my privilege to be here, also my wife Annabel, she’s delighted to be here.  We thank you for your kindness and hospitality to us.  We’ve been here many times and it’s encouraging to see some of the things that are going on.  It’s kind of strange having David Strain here.  I don’t mean for you; for me, he is one of our students.  I think the first...

The Lord's Day Morning

February 28, 2010

1 John 1:5-7

“God is Light — Walk in the Light”

The Reverend Mr. David Robertson

O come, let us worship and bow down. Let us kneel before the Lord our Maker, for He is our God and we are the people of His pasture, the flock under His care. Let us worship Him.

It is our missions conference and...

The Lord's Day Evening

February 28, 2010

1 John 2:1-2

“The Heart of the Gospel”

The Reverend Mr. David Robertson

Somebody asked me this morning, “Why don't you refer to McCheyne more?” and actually a lot of what I'm going to say connects in. Robert McCheyne is one of these names that a lot of people have heard. Maybe you've never heard of him. He was a young...

The Lord's Day Evening

October 12, 2008

Ecclesiastes 12

“Remember Your Creator: The Gospel for the 21st Century”

The Reverend David Robertson

Dr. Thomas: Please be seated. As you are getting seated, I want to welcome formally David Robertson, the minister of the church at St. Peter's in Dundee, in Scotland. He's no stranger. He's preached here many times before. David, we welcome you back to First...

The Lord's Day Morning

October 12, 2008

Romans 8:28-39

“Real Evangelism”

The Reverend David Robertson

Dr. Thomas: Now please be seated. I want to welcome formally David Robertson, the minister of the Church of St. Peter, in Dundee, in Scotland. He's no stranger. He's preached here many times before. David, we welcome you back to First Presbyterian Church.

Mr. Robertson: Let's pray.

Lord, we come to look in...

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