An explanation of the role of the tabernacle in the worship of Israel. A brief survey of some of the furniture in the tabernacle and its symbolism. An exposition of Hebrews 9:1-5. | Download PDF Presentation
If the Old Covenant is obsolete, then what is the value of the Old Testament to us today? Are we bound to the commands and regulations of the Old Covenant? Should we interpret the commands and signs of the New Covenant according to the regulations of the old? An exposition of Hebrews 8:13.
To whom is the promise of a New Covenant given? A look at the significance of the promise being given to Israel. We discuss the four views of the New Covenant and the church’s relationship to it. An exposition of Hebrews 8:7-8.
Why was a new covenant necessary? What was wrong with the “first covenant?” An overview of the historical setting in which the promise of a “new covenant” was first made to Israel. An exposition of Hebrews 8:7 and Jeremiah 29-33.
David records the temptation to flee out of fear. Instead, David focused on our God in Heaven taking comfort and courage from His sovereignty, omniscience, and righteous judgments. An exposition of Psalm 11.
Many professing Christians evaluate their love for Jesus based upon their feelings for and emotions about Him. We see in today’s text, though, that our love for Jesus is measured by our obedience to His Word. An exposition of James 1:22-25.
Peter says his readers are "obtaining as the outcome of your faith the salvation of your souls". But how can Christians living through trial be said to be obtaining salvation? Isn't salvation something that happened in the past, when they were converted? In this sermon, we examine the ordo salutis to understand exactly which element(s) of our salvation we are presently "obtaining."
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