Leviticus 16 – On that first Good Friday, Jesus fulfilled all that the Day of Atonement pointed to. God’s greatness is displayed, and this is good news for us!
Colossians 1:17 – Jesus is before all things and in him all things hold together. There’s none greater than him.
Psalm 33:6-9. God has created all things by the word of his mouth, therefore worship him.
Psalm 119:145-176. The psalmist finishes his masterpiece with reminders believers need to remember.
Q&A with Mike and Paul on practicalities relating to elders.
Titus 1:10-16. Elders are to silence falsehood.
Titus 1:1-9. Elders are to teach truth.
Psalm 131. The Psalmist calls us to be humble, to be content, and to be hopeful in the face of trouble.
Mark 8:27-38. Who is Jesus? What must he do? How do we follow him? Why does this matter for daily life?
2 Cor 4:4 – Windsor helpfully explains who, what and why the hearts of of unbelievers are blind, and what God (and you) can do about it.
Psalm 119:129-144 – What a privilege it is to have, read and share the Bible. In this next section of Psalm 119, we learn why that is.
1 Peter 2:6. Jesus is the chosen stone, a precious stone, a trustworthy stone, and a stone that changes us. [Note: The sound level for this sermon is inaudible till 1:05.]
Matthew 5:18. Jesus shows his followers how they are to understand their relationship both to him and to God’s law. This directs them to love God’s word and to pursue holiness.
Psalm 119:89-112. God’s character is eternally perfect, his wisdom is sweeter than honey, and his word is light in a dark world.
Matthew 13:44-47 – Is Jesus the most valuable thing to you?
Psalm 119:65-88 – God is always good, and He always does good. This truth is key – especially when sufferings strike. He can and does help, but His timescales aren’t always the same as ours.
John 14:21. Jesus’ answer to the common question is simple: do you obey his commands?
Psalm 119:41-64. The Psalmist shows three sets of contrast that point believers to the importance of loving scripture for every part of their lives.
Romans 7:22-24 – Every Christian has a battle going on inside of them – the sinful nature remains. This truth is shocking yet also encouraging. Christ delivers us from this body of death!
Psalm 119:25-40 – Psalm 119 is a prayer, and as such it shows us how to think like a Christian. God’s way is best. Run in it!