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Sermons on 2 Chronicles

Chapter 7

Sermon on Jan 11, 2004

2 Chronicles 7:14

A WORSHIP SERVICE of PRAYER AND PRAISE

Preceding the Inauguration of HALEY REEVES BARBOUR As GOVERNOR OF MISSISSIPPI

THE INAUGURAL WORSHIP SERVICE

For

HALEY REEVES BARBOUR

The First Presbyterian Church Jackson, Mississippi The Eleventh Day of January, Two Thousand Four Four O’Clock

“Blessed is the Nation whose God is the Lord” Psalm 33:12

THE PRELUDE–“Notturno” (Opus 61, No. 7) The Orchestra Felix Mendelssohn

“Solemn Festival Entrance”

Richard...

Chapter 14

Sermon on Jun 28, 2015

2 Chronicles 14:1-15

We turn tonight to 2 Chronicles chapter 14. “The Times They Are A Changin’” - that was the title and the refrain of a 1963 song written by Bob Dylan. The lyrics speak of the changes that were occurring in the culture of his time and the need to get on board with those changes. In that song Dylan wrote the following. He says, “Come mothers and fathers...

Chapter 16

Sermon on Aug 2, 2015

2 Chronicles 16:1-14

If you would turn with me in your Bibles to 2 Chronicles chapter 16 found on pages 369 and 370 of your pew Bibles. A few weeks ago we looked at 2 Chronicles 14 and we considered those memorable words of King Asa, “We rest on thee and in thy name we go against this multitude.” The early years of Asa’s reign were positive. Actually, the overall picture...

Chapter 32

Chapter 33

Sermon on Aug 22, 2007

2 Chronicles 33:1-20

The Lord's Day Morning

April 22, 2007

II Chronicles 33:1-20

“The Prodigal Son”

Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now from the beauty of Brahms's Requiem to the ugliness of Judean kings, 700 years or so before Christ. Turn in your Bibles now, if you would this morning, to II Chronicles 33. And I want us this morning to examine together the life–biography, if you like–of what has been...

Chapter 34

Sermon on May 26

2 Chronicles 34:1-7

Give me an hour to talk about King Josiah tonight and you’ll be very happy! Apart from laughter, I’m not hearing any takers! Well let me amend the deal there just a little bit. I’m a way better preacher at forty-five minutes than I am at thirty minutes. Give me forty-five minutes to talk about King Josiah tonight! Crickets! Maybe the really sanctified people went to the beach...

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