Here is a sermon I preached at Bethel Grace Baptist Church. It covers three main points. 1. The danger and lure of sin, 2. The consequences of sin, and 3. The grace of God for the child of God even in the consequences of sin. The mp3 of this sermon can be downloaded here. God […]
I am currently teaching a Bible study through the book of Hebrews at Bethel Grace Baptist Church called, Persevering in the Faith. If you are interested, all of the lessons can be streamed, or the mp3’s downloaded, at the link below. Hebrews: Persevering in the Faith God Bless, Doug
Exegesis is foundational to understand scripture’s application to our lives. The problem is that many in the church want to hear the application without doing the work of the exegete. In many cases this has also been translated into the way many preachers preach. In order to keep congregants happy, they are given large amounts […]
` 1. When a scripture is read you will already have some idea of the context of the passage and be able to draw more from it. 2. As you sing songs in worship you will recognize many of the passages of scriptures alluded to in the music, which will enrich the truths they are […]
Here is a link to a sermon I preached recently at Communion Presbyterian Church on the cities of refuge and how they point to Christ. The text is Joshua 20. The MP3 can also be downloaded at the link. Christ our Refuge God Bless, Doug
Sanctification is process that will not be completed on this side of heaven, which means that right now we still have issues of sin that the Lord is dealing with. This video looks at some of the things a true Child of God can face when God deals with us in our sinfulness. Even […]
As a Christian are you bored? There should be some things that bore you, but are you bored by the right things?
In the book of Hosea, God had strengthened the people and they turned around and used that strength to sin against Him. We do the same thing when we sin. God Bless, Doug
A few thoughts on fighting against sin, and making Christ your treasure.
This is a short quote by Charles Spurgeon to remind us that sometimes suffering is part of our ministry. “One Sabbath morning, I preached from the text, `My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken Me?’ and though I did not say so, yet I preached my own experience. I heard my own chains clank […]