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Recent sermons: What is a planted church?

  What is a planted church? Part 1   What is a planted church? Part 2

sermons on the covenant of works

Covenant of Works, 1 Covenant of Works, 2 Covenant of Works, 3 Covenant of Works, 4

Overview of Covenant Theology, covenant of works, part 1

  The sermon is here.

Overview of Covenant Theology, Gen. 3:15 Pt. 3

You can hear the sermon here.

some thoughts on Genesis 3:15 – four major views

  Four common views on this text 1) The naturalistic view sees “the serpent simply as an animal and the woman’s seed as collective humanity.” This view provides the basis for man’s perpetual fear of snakes. 2) The symbolic view claims this verse asserts the “unresolved conflict between humans and the representatives of evil.” This basically says Genesis 3:15 provides the basis for all the conflict we see between good  [ Read More ]

Overview of Covenant Theology, Gen. 3:15 Pt. 2

Sermon here.

Sermon on Genesis 3:15, Part 1

Overview of Covenant Theology, Gen. 3:15 Pt. 1. You can listen here.

sermon: Christ takes believers to a better state than the first state

You can listen to it here. It’s only 20 minutes long.

Thoughts on “the true Light” and John’s following the hermeneutical lead of our Lord Jesus Christ

John 1:9 may not be as clear an example as other texts, but I think it is highly relevant, assuming my understanding of “the true Light” carries any weight. If it does, it is evidence of how words and phrases utilized by the Gospel authors can be packed with Old Testament inference and examples of how the Apostles followed their Lord’s hermeneutical lead. In John 1:9, we read, “There was  [ Read More ]

Colossians 1:12-14 and Exodus Typology

Colossians 1:12-14 and Exodus Typology   Introductory thoughts on typology:   A type is a historical person, place, institution, or event that was designed by God to point to a future historical person, place, institution, or event.   That to which types point is always greater than the type itself.   Types are both like and unlike their anti-types.     Colossians 1:12-14 and exodus typology:   12 giving thanks  [ Read More ]

GRBC morning worship

GRBC will be meeting at the Ramada Inn, Palmdale Blvd. ...

sermons from Lord's

  morning sermon: Walking on Water then addressing the Crowd (John ...

Recent sermons: What

  What is a planted church? Part 1   What is a planted ...

public worship on Oc

The Holiday Inn, in which we normally meet, informed us ...

The Father loves the

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