It’s always a pleasure to open God’s Word; it’s always a pleasure to open God’s Word at times of the year like this. Every Lord’s Day is the first day of the week. Every Lord’s Day we gather to worship we celebrate the resurrection and we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection in particular, and yet the calendar drives us to some degree. We pay particular attention to the Lord’s resurrection...
I'd invite you to turn with me to chapter one, as we continue to work our way through the Book of Luke. We’re in the passage which is known as the annunciation; that is, where the angel Gabriel comes to announce to the Virgin Mary God's purposes. It is a well-known passage to us.
Luke is of course pointing to the greatness of Jesus in all...
The Lord's Day Morning December 14, 2008
Luke 1:5-25 “Scared Stiff by an Angel, Struck Dumb by Unbelief”
Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III
Amen. If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Luke, chapter one, as we continue to work our way through the Gospel of Luke and as we give attention to the things that led up to the Christmas story.
The Lord's Day Evening
April 16, 2006
“Up From the Grave He Arose”
Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas
Now I want you, as you open up your Bible or the pew Bible in front of you, as you open it up to Mark 16, I want you to do something for me. I want you to take your bulletin and cover over verses 9-20....
The Burning Bush: Nec tamen Consumebatur Exodus 3:1-12
If you have your Bibles, Id invite you to turn with me to Exodus, chapter 3, as we come to that incident of the burning bush. This is for the second consecutive week a pivotal passage pregnant with meaning in the Exodus story, a section that records the call of Moses into service as the deliverer of...