The Lord's Day MorningMarch 4, 2007
I Chronicles 21:1-30
Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas
Now turn with me to II Chronicles, chapter 21. And you may find that in your pew Bibles somewhere before you, or you may join with me in your own Bible. But before we read the passage together, let's come before God in prayer.
Father, we thank You again for the Scriptures...
I read the story this week of George and Dorothy Doughty. They met and were married shortly after Dorothy lost her first husband in World War II and from that day until the day they died – they both died within ten hours of one another – from that day to the day they died, they never spent a single day apart. For sixty-eight years, they were together...
The Lord's Day Morning
November 6, 2011
“The Reasons for Giving”
1 Chronicles 29:9
The Reverend Dr. J. Ligon Duncan
If you’d take your Bibles in hand and turn with me to 1 Chronicles...
I Chronicles 29:11-12 A Kingdom Perspective on Stewardship
I'd invite you to turn with me to First Chronicles, chapter 29. First Chronicles 29, verses 11 and 12. You are familiar with these verses by now. You heard a profound and passionate exposition of them last week. You have seen them on your stewardship information cards. These are the things proclaiming the stewardship season. And I want to look...
The Lord's Day MorningNovember 3, 2007
Stewardship Sunday — 2007
I Chronicles 29:11-12
“Everything Is Yours, Lord”
Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III
Amen. Please be seated. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to I Chronicles, chapter 29. We’ll be looking at verses 11 and 12, but we’ll also be looking at some of the verses around them. The Deacons have chosen...