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    Sermons for this Lord's Day 1/03/2010

    I exhorted on John 17 this AM:
    Ruling Elder, Licentiate, Under Care, Hope of Christ Church (PCA), Northern VA
    Student, New Geneva Theological Seminary

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    We heard an excellent sermon on Eph 1:2-14...
    Rev. Benjamin P. Glaser, M. Div, ARP
    Pastor, Ellisville Presbyterian Church, ARP
    Ellisville, Mississippi

    ‎‎""The Christian religion is the religion of sinners, of such as have sinned, and in whom sin in some measure still dwells. The Christian life is a life of continued repentance, humiliation for and mortification of sin, of continual faith in, thankfulness for, and love to the Redeemer, and hopeful joyful expectation of a day of glorious redemption, in which the believer shall be fully and finally acquitted, and sin abolished for ever."
    -- Matthew Henry on 1 John 1:9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backwoods Presbyterian View Post
    We heard an excellent sermon on Eph 1:2-14...
    Nice! That was our Sunday School portion. Today's sermon was on discipline (Hebrews 12). Pastor drew a remarkable contrast between the judgment of the unregenerate and the discipline of God's children.

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    AM: The Burnt Offering (Lev. 1:1–17, 6:8–13)
    PM: Necessarily God? (Isa. 43:1–11; Westminster Larger Catechism, Q&A 38)
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    Rev. Daniel R. Hyde, Th.M.
    Pastor, Oceanside United Reformed Church, Carlsbad/Oceanside, California

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    Fighting the Wrong Battles

    Luke 9:49,50

    I. Who is our enemy?
    II. Who is our ally?
    III. Who are we?

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    Transformation Ministries

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    Snowed out!
    Curt Lovelace
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    Somewhere in New England, USA

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    AM: Paul's Heart Desire
    Romans 10

    Paul desires to see his kinsmen according to the flesh saved. He gives three reasons why they have not embraced the Gospel of Christ:
    1. Misdirected Zeal
    2. Misdirected Righteousness
    3. Misdirected Obedience

    PM: Vision for Our Labors 1: Why We Need Vision
    Proverbs 29:18

    1. Vision Based on God's Word (prophetic vision)
    2. Vision's Corporate Aspect (gives biblical focus)
    3. Vision's Goals (obedience to God's Word)

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