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  • October 6, 2002
  • October 13, 2002
  • June 10, 2007
  • September 16, 2007
  • November 25, 2007
  • December 2, 2007
  • February 3, 2008
  • March 9, 2008

    This sermon on Acts 16:16-24 walks through Acts' third example of "high level spiritual warfare" — the taking on of the demonic prince of a given area (like when Peter confronted the sorcerer, Simon Magus, whose demon had complete control over the whole region of Samaria, which then opened that region up to the gospel.) Down through history, God has led missionaries to cut down a sacred tree or in other ways to slap a demonic strong man in the face and claim that territory for King Jesus. At the same time, it is terribly dangerous to rush in where angels fear to tread, especially for the spiritually or morally vulnerable. This provides a theology of the Python spirit as well as a correction to the two extremes on this subject.

  • May 4, 2008
  • July 27, 2008
  • January 18, 2009
  • October 18, 2009
  • January 9, 2010
  • January 17, 2016

    This sermon works through the controversies related to the identity of the scroll of Revelation 5. It uses clues imbedded in the text to rule out various theories and to identify the scroll as the Old Testament canon and shows how this relates to the doctrine of the imminently closing canon that is developed in the rest of the book of Revelation. The implications of this are huge - the Old Testament is the foundation upon which Christ's kingdom is built. Jesus takes the canon in His hands, but He does not throw away the Old Testament. He opens it, explains it, and fulfills it.

  • October 23, 2016
  • October 30, 2016

    This sermon shows how each symbol connected with this angel's communication of God's Word showcases the divine characteristics of God's Word. This is part 1 of a two part analysis of how God's Word is powerfully transformational when we approach it by faith. Key words: prophecy, prophet, prophesy, Bible, Scripture, divine, sovereign, promise, penetrating, pure, perspicuous, universal, powerful, transformational, orderly, infallible

  • March 5, 2017

    This sermon examines the nature of New Testament prophecy and shows that it is identical to Old Testament prophecy and on a par with Scripture as to its nature and authority. These last two prophets of the New Testament era are a case study on the true nature of New Testament prophecy and demonstrate that the charismatic interpretations of today are faulty.

  • November 25, 2018

    This sermon shows how these verses are a dividing line between the Reformation and Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Islam, Mormonism, and other modern errors

  • March 20, 2022

    Tabitha models how anything and everything we do can count for eternity if it is done in faith to God's glory and by the Holy Spirit's power.

  • March 27, 2022

    This sermons gives numerous applications and lessons from the life of Sarah. In the process, it teaches us the Biblical principles for knowing how to apply biographies using Biblical doctrine and ethics. As 1 Corinthians 10 teaches us, we can learn from history by avoiding disastrous actions of Biblical characters and as Hebrews 11 teaches us, we can learn from history by imitating the faith of the saints of old and learn how to expect great things from God and attempt great things for Him. Sarah's life has both lessons.

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