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God Reigns

We’ve had cause, over and over again, as we’ve worked through the summary of God’s own moral character given to us in the Ten Commandments and so we have cause here again as we study the eighth commandment to return to the beginning of the whole story, back to the Garden of Eden, and to see God’s original design for us. You remember when God placed our first...

God Reigns

Now if you would please take a copy of the Scriptures and turn with me once again to the book of Exodus, chapter 20, as we continue to examine the teaching of the Ten Commandments together. We have looked at the first four commandments and we looked at the Sabbath command last Lord’s Day, which brings us to the fifth commandment and the beginning of what’s...

God Reigns

If you would please, take a copy of God’s Word in your hands and turn with me in them to page 61; Exodus chapter 20. We are going to be thinking about the Ten Commandments. Israel has been rescued from Egyptian slavery; they have begun their journey through the wilderness towards the Promised Land. They have camped at the foot of Mount Sinai. We saw in...

Found: When Ordinary People Meet Jesus

Now let me say once again how pleased we are that you’re here with us this evening, especially if you’re here at the invitation of a friend.  As you may know, we’ve been thinking on these Sunday nights about encounters between Jesus and some of the ordinary people that He meets in the Gospel records.  Last week we looked together at the account of Jesus meeting with the...

Pslam 119 Not By Bread Alone

The Lord's Day Evening

February 3, 2013

Not By Bread Alone

“Give Me Life in Your Ways, to the End, with a Whole Heart”

Psalm 119:33-40

The Reverend Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me again to Psalm 119. We've come to the section that runs from verses 33 to 40 which...

1 Timothy

The Lord's Day Morning

October 24, 2004
I Timothy 6:11-16
“Fight the Good Fight”
Dr. Derek W. H. Thomas

Now turn with me, if you would, to I Timothy, chapter six, and we’ll be reading from verse eleven through to the sixteenth verse. I Timothy 6:11-16. Before we read this passage together, let's look to God once again in prayer. Let us pray.

Our Father in heaven, we...

1 John

The choir has just sung of our love for God, and that perfectly segways into our text this morning which comes from 1 John chapter 5, verses 1 through 5. Before we read the text together, let's look to God in prayer. Let's pray.

Lord, we are a needy people. We cannot even understand Your word unless Your Spirit comes and gives us illumination. So come,...

1 John

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to 1 John chapter 2. We’re going to be looking at verses 3-6 today as we continue to work our way through this great book of Scripture. Let's refresh our memory of what we've learned so far. In chapter 1, especially from verse 5 to the end of the chapter, John is responding to false teaching...

Exodus

Exodus 36:8 — 38:20 Progress of Construction

If you have your Bibles, please turn with me to Exodus 36. When we get to this part of Exodus, much of this material is duplicated from earlier passages in Exodus. The difference is that the earlier passages, commanding the way the tabernacle was to be built, the way the various pieces of furnishing for the tabernacle was...

Exodus

Exodus 20:1-2 Grace Before Law

If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Exodus 20. Today we are beginning an exposition of what has been called in the English language for the last 500 years, the Ten Commandments. In the Hebrew Bible this section is known as the Ten Words or the Ten Pronouncements, but as begin to study them...

Romans

The Implications of Justification Romans 3:27-31 (3)

If you have your Bibles, I’d invite you turn with me to Romans, chapter 3. We come today to our last look at Romans 3:21-31, where Paul is setting forth his teaching of justification by grace through faith alone. Paul has made it very clear in Romans, chapters 1, 2, and 3 that God is a righteous God...

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