Series Bible Survey

  • January 6, 2019

    This is the first sermon in the Bible Survey series. It seeks to give the essence of what the Bible is about in one sermon.

  • January 13, 2019

    This sermon demonstrates the myriad ways in which Genesis must be foundational to our thinking.

  • January 20, 2019

    Outlining the most important features of this life-transforming book.

  • January 27, 2019

    Application of the Gospel and Law found in Leviticus. Having been redeemed as a people (book of Exodus) God shows Israel how to be holy by His grace (Leviticus).

  • February 3, 2019

    This sermon shows that the forty years of wandering was God's boot camp to prepare one of the most impressive armies in Israel's history. Lessons from this book are applied to all four governments: self-government and family, church, and civil governments

  • February 10, 2019

    A detailed overview of the Gospel and law found in this book.

  • February 17, 2019

    Along with an overview of the book of Joshua, this sermon gives practical applications of this book to modern life.

  • April 28, 2019

    This is an overview and application of the book of Judges

  • May 5, 2019

    This sermon analyzes the history, literature, theology, and practical applications of the book of Ruth

  • May 12, 2019

    The practical and theological lessons of 1 and 2 Samuel.

  • May 26, 2019

    The practical and theological exposition of 1 and 2 Kings.

  • June 2, 2019

    This sermon explores the theology and application of Chronicles

  • June 9, 2019

    This sermon shows how the establishment chronology of Ezra, Nehemiah, Esther, and the Post-exilic prophets contains numerous problems and outright contradictions. It presents a revisionist chronology that is Biblically consistent and that weaves these Biblical books into a coherent narrative. It also shows how it is a much more satisfactory explanation of the secular history than the establishment's position. Where Nehemiah focuses on the reformation of society, Ezra focuses on the reformation of the church.

  • June 16, 2019

    This sermon gives a theological and practical overview of the book of Nehemiah

  • June 23, 2019

    This sermon shows how understanding the relationship of Esther to Ezra, Nehemiah, and the post-exilic prophets opens up the book in a whole new way. The feast of Purim foreshadows a future period in New Covenant history.

  • July 14, 2019

    This sermon gives a unique overview of the genius of Job

  • July 21, 2019

    This book shows the divine ordering and arrangement of the book of Psalms

  • July 28, 2019

    This sermon starts with the epistemology of Proverbs, which is not only practical for apologetics, but for all of Christianity. It then proves that this is a book for all ages and sexes, not just for young boys. It also shows how Proverbs has been abused and misused when people fail to understand its structure, and gives other practical implications of the structure of the book.

  • August 18, 2019

    This sermon shows how Ecclesiastes is a an example of presuppositional apologetics.

  • August 25, 2019

    Though marriage does indeed image the relationship of Christ to the Church, Song of Solomon primarily teaches us how the grace of Christ should transform our literal marriages and even our sexual life. Pastor Kayser takes the view that the book progresses chronologically from the first day of the wedding through seven days of royal wedding celebration, each night ending with sexual union. The eighth day is a visit to her family, with an open ended invitation that hints that the love cycle will continue indefinitely. He argues that this book strongly teaches monogamy, and describes Solomon's marriage to his first love, Naamah, to whom he was faithful from 7-13 years. Though there is forward time progression in the book, it does so beautifully through a thematically parallel chiastic structure.

  • October 6, 2019

    This marvelous book displays not only the depravity of man in need of grace, and the Gospel of Jesus Christ, but virtually every doctrine found in the Bible. It's eschatology gives faith and hope to persevere. It's judgments motivate us to influence culture with grace and law. In sum, it is a book needed for transformation.

  • October 13, 2019

    This sermon shows how the book of Jeremiah is a masterful chiasm, with the New Covenant passage (31:31-34) being at the heart of the book. In the process it seeks to settle a major controversy in eschatology by using this inspired structure.

  • October 20, 2019

    Lamentations teaches us the difference between godly sorrow that leads to healing and ungodly sorrow that leads to despair. This encouraging book shows how God empathizes with us in our pain and helps us to process our pain.

  • October 27, 2019

    This sermon delves into the overall message of the book as well as controversial details like the battle of Gog and Magog and the strange temple in chapters 40-46.

  • November 10, 2019

    An overview of the message of Daniel

  • November 17, 2019

    This sermon explores the redemptive themes of Hosea and applies the book to the broken and messed up family situations we face in the modern church.

  • November 24, 2019

    This sermon shows a straightforward interpretation of chapters 1-2 as being two locust plagues, followed by a time of prosperity where God restores what the locusts have eaten, followed by Pentecost, followed by AD 70 judgment and captivity of Jews among the nations, followed by the growth and prosperity of Christ's kingdom.

  • December 8, 2019

    Amos has been abused and turned on its head by the Social Justice Warriors of our day. This sermon outlines what true justice, mercy, righteousness, and love looks like in our social relationships.

  • January 5, 2020

    Tracing the clan warfare between Edom and Israel, this book teaches us many lessons.

  • January 19, 2020

    This sermon shows how the grace of God can gently bring those who have been horribly abused out of their bitterness and into having supernatural compassion.

  • January 26, 2020

    God alone receives the glory as Micah unveils God's amazing plan for planet earth. Christ's kingdom will start in weakness and obscurity but will eventually vanquish the earth. The applications to our own life are encouraging for those who feel weak and insignificant. God loves to use the weak things of this earth to confound the mighty.

  • February 2, 2020

    This book teaches us a great deal about God's character. It also teaches us that Assyrian like empires will not last forever. God's plans cannot be thwarted.

  • February 9, 2020

    A call to trust and follow God even when nothing seems to work out

  • February 16, 2020

    Justice and grace meet in Jesus in a powerful way in this book.

  • March 1, 2020

    Christ's shaking of all things that do not belong in the New Covenant

  • March 8, 2020

    The Hebrew structure helps to explain a lot of the passages that have puzzled people in the past.

  • March 15, 2020

    This sermon shows how the contrast between Esau and Jacob at the beginning of the book is a theme woven throughout the rest of the theological discourse.

  • March 29, 2020

    Matthew's presentation of the King and His kingdom

  • May 10, 2020

    This sermon shows how Mark is crafted to reflect Jesus as fulfilling the Servant of the Lord songs in Isaiah 40-53.

  • May 17, 2020

    This sermon shows how the whole book is opened up in a new way when it is understood that Luke was a Levite writing to a former high priest by the name of Theophilus and giving a defense of Christianity that could be used in the Jewish courts.

  • May 24, 2020

    A summary of John's Gospel

  • May 31, 2020

    This sermon finishes the thesis that Luke-Acts was written to defend Christians in Jewish courts. In the process it proves that the kingdom of Christ has begun and that the church is the new Israel.

  • June 14, 2020

    This sermon shows the magnificence of the true God-centered Gospel of Romans and then shows the profound ways the Gospel is designed to impact every area of life.

  • June 21, 2020

    This sermon shows the magnificence of the true God-centered Gospel of Romans and then shows the profound ways the Gospel is designed to impact every area of life.

  • June 28, 2020

    This sermon contrasts the popular leadership style of the super apostles with the biblical leadership style of Paul that does not depend upon the wisdom of man.

  • July 5, 2020

    This sermon shows how Galatianism is very much alive in the modern Evangelical church. It shows the water-tight logic of Paul's argument against all counterfeits to the Gospel.

  • September 6, 2020

    Overview and application of Ephesians

  • September 13, 2020

    Philippians is masterfully crafted to highlight Christ in a startling way.

  • September 20, 2020

    An application of Colossians to our postmodern world

  • September 27, 2020

    This sermon covers a philosophy of pastoral ministry, Paul's guidance for romance, eschatology, and other issues.

  • October 4, 2020

    This sermon seeks to resolve tensions that have plagued interpretations of the eschatology portions of 2 Thessalonians. In the process Pastor Kayser shows how the book is a very logically tight argument when it is seen in its first century context. It also makes the book much more applicable for today.

  • October 11, 2020

    This sermon shows why understanding the chiastic structure of the book impacts out understanding of the book.

  • October 18, 2020

    Both the content and the chiastic structure of this book show this to be part two of Paul's pastoral advice to Timothy. This book is a powerful antidote to the apostasy we are seeing all around us.

  • November 15, 2020

    This sermon shows how ecclesiology, discipleship, leadership, and all the other issues in this book are tightly tied to Paul's correction of false views of grace in chapter 2:11-15.

  • November 22, 2020

    This sermon shows how the two typical interpretations of Philemon with respect to slavery fail to account for all the facts of the book. Philemon does not present a new ethic, but neither does it justify the unbiblical slavery of the Antebellum South. This fabulous book on freedom properly interprets the Old Testament law.

  • December 6, 2020

    This book was a written sermon. It teaches us much about homiletics, apologetics, covenant, eschatology, and other topics. But it's primary focus is on the supremacy of Christ over everything.

  • December 13, 2020

    This overview of James focuses upon the heart of the chiasm (2:14-26) and shows how every point reinforces the true interpretation and shows how the interpretations of Rome, Federal Vision, and even the Carnal Christian Theory all fail to take the structure of the book into account.

  • January 17, 2021

    This sermon introduces 1 Peter's rich theology of suffering and persecution.

  • January 24, 2021

    2 Peter outlines the difference between a consistently God-centered Christianity (chapter 1), a consistently man-centered false Christianity (chapter 2), and then applies it to the doctrine of eschatology. Modern churches fall all along the continuum between God-centered and man-centered Christianity. This sermon challenges us to be as God-centered in all our thoughts, words, and actions as possible.

  • January 31, 2021

    This sermon exposes heresies old and new. But it also shows us how to discern the difference between fake and true Christians. In the process it spurs us to greater consistency in holiness, love, and doctrinal purity.

  • March 7, 2021

    This book shows elders how to integrate single moms with broken families into our church. In the process it also beautifully illustrates the Biblical balance between self-government, family government, and church government. It takes on hyper-patriarchy, anarchy, and other issues of our time. An appendix to the transcript has 97 applications that go verse by verse through the book.

  • March 14, 2021

    Though 3 John also deals with abusive leadership and other issues, the central theme is the nature of faithful hospitality.

  • March 21, 2021

    The message of Jude calls us to contend earnestly for the faith against false teachings and false teachers. Only believers who are spiritually in shape can answer this call adequately. The introduction and conclusion show us how to be in shape. The rest of the book shows us how to resist apostates and why we must resist them

  • April 11, 2021

    This summary of Revelation follows the chiastic structure of the book to illustrate how its powerful message of God's grace and judgments on Rome and Israel continues to be relevant. It teaches us practical lessons about Christ's Lordship over all of life, how He uses us in spiritual warfare, and how Christ's victory will extend to the Christianization of the entire world.

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