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Eternal Security of the Believer
Lessons from the Life of Abraham
• Faith and Obedience
• Backsliding and Restoration
• Why do Christians Fail?
• Separation from the World
• Patience:The Key to Victory
• Know your Enemy: Fall of a Rebel
• Know your Enemy: Rebellion on Earth
• Israel under Attack
• Nature of Sin: The Good Samaritan
• Kingdom of Heaven 1: Millennialism
• Kingdom of Heaven 2: Israel chosen by God
Predestination vs Free will
• Part 1: Calivinism vs Arminianism
• Part 2: What is Divine Sovereignty?
The Glories of Christ
• The Deity of Christ Part 1 (The Eternal Creator)
• The Deity of Christ Part 2 (The Image of God)
• The Deity of Christ Part 3 (The Holy Trinity)
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This message explains the true meaning of Redemption and describes the steps that God has taken to secure our eternal Salvation.
Why do we all get the blame for Adam's sin? A discussion of how Adam's transgression has affected all mankind. This message explains the mechanism by which sin has infected the human race.
Christ is the last Adam. A message explaining how Christ transmits life to the believer in just the same way as Adam transmitted death to the entire human race. The concepts of Federal Headship, Representation and Substituion are discussed in detail.
This message explains the true context of the book of Hebrews. Certain passages have often been seen to throw doubt on the doctrine of Once Saved Always Saved but this closer examination of Hebrews will allay these fears.
Abraham was called by God to leave his native city and journey to the unknown land of Canaan. Each of us has also been called to inhabit a spiritual land. Abraham serves as our example of faith and obedience in responding to this call, but he failed in one important respect. What does his experience teach us about how we should respond to God's calling on our lives.
Abraham has obediently reached the promised land, but finds himself in the middle of danger and difficulties. His faith fails and he seeks refuge in Egypt but God graciously bring him back to where he should be. From this we learn how to face trials in the Christian life and discover (should we fail) the true nature of God's restoring grace.
Abraham had been called to the land but his nephew Lot had merely 'gone along for the ride'. What happened because of this, shows us the importance of being where God wants us to be and doing His will - not ours!
Lot had wrongly chosen to live in Sodom and because of this,he was carried away by invading forces from Mesopotamia. The only one who could rescue him was his uncle Abraham, because Abraham was living in the desert - separated from the strife. From this we learn, not only the dangers of involving ourselves in the affairs, interests and preoccupations of the world around us, but also of the advantages of living lives set apart for God.
Having faith is not enough! The patriarchs inherited God's promises
by faith and
The problems surrounding Ishmael's birth, highlight the necessity of not
trying to make things
happen but of
patiently waiting on God to fullfill His promises in our lives.
This message discusses the nature of Lucifer, explains the reasons for his rebellion against God and tells the story of his subsiquent explulsion from Heaven.
Having been expelled from Heaven, the fallen Lucifer sought to seduce mankind into repeating his own sin of pride and disobedience. This message details his encounter with Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and its subsequent effect on the human race.
The Story of the Good Samaritan in Luke chapter 10 and what it teaches us about the true nature of Sin. In this message we discuss the reasons why we cannot inherit eternal life and why a new spiritual birth is the only way of salvation.
An account of how demonic angel-princes came to control the nations of the earth. The story of Yahweh's formation of Israel, its rebellious decline into idol worship, its separation from God and it's ultimate restoration.
A brief critical outline of the three differing views on the timing of Christ's return to the Earth and his establishment of an Earthy kingdom.
A message explaining the reason why God chose Israel for himself and outlining the purpose he had (and still has) for this special nation. A detailed description of the way Satan has taken over this world by installing powerful, fallen angels as gods over the nations of the Earth. Israel is the only exception - and this message explains why.
The Old Testament tale of a Love story in which Yahweh, as a spiritual husband, pledges himself in marriage to the nation of Israel. The wedding, recorded in Exodus 19 and 24, takes place at Mount Sinai following Israel's deliverance from Egypt.
The story of Israel marriage to Yaweh which was marred by unfaithfulness and betrayal - resulting in separation and divorce. Also the account of God's love and faithfulness - shown in His determination to reconcile with His erring wife.
An examination of the inevitable failure of the Old Covenant and the reasons given for the new. A discussion of the important differences between the two covenants. It explains how Israel and the Church will be forever united with him via forgiveness of sin, rebirth and in-dwelling if the Holy Spirit.
This message introduces both the history and teachings of Calvinism and Arminianism. Followed by an explanation of exegesis and eisegesis - two opposing ways to study the Scriptures! Which method must we always use? This message then ends with an explanation of two views that attempt to harmonise the opposing concepts of Divine election and free will: Moderate calvinism and the Arminian explanation of foreknowledge.
What do we mean by the Sovereignty of God? What makes Him sovereign and if He is, why does evil exist? Can a human being reject God and actually thwart His purposes? And what is the nature of Free will?
This message deals with a second New Covenant marriage - that between Christ and his Church (the Lamb and the Bride). It examines the significance of the Law in the life of the believer today.
The fifth message in this series,describing the role of the Holy Spirit in readying the Church (as a Bride) to meet her Bridegroom in the air. Explains the meaning of terms such as the Baptism of the Spirit, Filling of the Spirit and Fruit of the Spirit.
This message sets out to affirm that the teaching of the 'rapture' is biblically sound. It discusses why and when it will occur - as well as the nature and purpose of the great tribulation peroid.
A message that examines the close parallel between the ancient Hebrew wedding ritual and the marriage of Christ and the Church.
This sermon is the first of two messages which explore what the Bible has to say about the Deity (Godhead) of Christ It begins a series that examines how the Bible presents Christ in His three capacities as the 'Eternal God', the 'Son of God' and the 'Son of Man'. The purpose of this series is to both enrich our understanding of the person of Christ and to equip each one of us to better defend our Lord in the face of increasing opposition to the truth.
The second message, giving further proofs from the Bible that Jesus Christ is God himself. This includes Christ as the Image of God, Christ the sharer in God's Glory, Christ the receiver of worship and Christ the forgiver of sins.
This message explores the biblical basis for our understanding of the Godhead. It discusses the nature of the Trinity and explores how it is reflected in both the old creation and the new creation - the church
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