Monthly Archives: November 2010

The broad scope of the Bible…

Above all else, we need to get this one thing right. Here [Genesis 3:15] is the first glimpse of the Gospel, what theologians call the ‘proto-evangel’, the proto-Gospel. The crushing of the serpent’s head by the Seed of the woman. The … Continue reading

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Here’s looking at you, too…

In Philippians 1:27, Paul writes: One thing…let your conduct be worthy of the gospel of Christ, so that whether I come and see you or am absent, I may hear of your affairs, that you stand fast in one spirit, … Continue reading

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Yahweh makes you fruitful…

The next day on that dry ground God brought forth plants. Do you see the progression here? From the midst of the waters of chaos Yahweh brought forth the order of dry land. And now, in the midst of that … Continue reading

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Be a man…

As you consider what you will bring to the ‘courtship table,’ to give ‘in exchange’ for a father’s lovely gem of a daughter, you would do well to look around you…at godly men. It should go without saying, but unfortunately … Continue reading

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Redemption out of Chaos…

Then, God brings forth the dry land from the waters of chaos: Then God said, “Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land appear”; and it was so. And God called … Continue reading

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Prayer after sermon…

Our Heavenly Father, we give You thanks that since the very Creation Your redemptive purposes been clearly seen. Just as light came into darkness, so Christ has come into this world that has been darkened by sin, We give you … Continue reading

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Congregational Prayer: November 28, 2010…

Our Father and our God, as we enter into this season of Advent we give You thanks for all the blessings we have in Christ. In Him we have been made anew, and we participate in the renewal of all … Continue reading

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