I. Identifying the role and location of antichrist. 1 John 2:18,22; 1 John 4:1-3
II. Identifying the purposes for the antichrist's appearance. John 2:18-24
A. Revealing the Progression of Redemptive History
B. Revealing who has received the Spirit's anointing.
This message deals with the REALITY that all those "born of God", those who will faithfully and dogmatically set forth God's glorious Gospel, will be considered by the "WORLD" to be their enemies. In spite of this reality, those "born of God" take comfort in knowing that God's message is effectual to all those the Lord has purposed to save.
Today we're taking a closer look at the thirty-fourth chapter of the Book of Ezekiel.
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May the Lord inspire you to live life today in light of eternity… Seize the day for Jesus Christ!
The book of Acts records that several thousand Jews believed on Christ as the Messiah-Savior within months of his death and resurrection. I think that many of them saw the clear connection between the feasts and sacrifices they were required to keep and Jesus. The passover was one of them.
In this episode, Dr. J. Mark Beach explores the pactum salutis, also known as the covenant of redemption. This refers to the agreement made between the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit before the creation of the world to redeem fallen humanity. By exploring the pactum salutis, Dr. Beach provides insight into the nature of the Trinity and the meticulous planning involved in God's work of salvation. This intra-Trinitarian covenant reminds us that redemption was no afterthought, but rather the gracious purpose of God from before the foundation of the world.
David recognized that God had been good and gracious to him by entering into the covenant with him. David didn't deserve to have a descendent on the throne forever. He didn't earn that right. No one does. But God graciously made that promise to him, and he was thankful.
I. The Reason for Our Groaning
A. The First Fruits of the Spirit
B. The Inward Groan
C. Awaiting Final Redemption
II. The Nature of Our Salvation
A. We Have Been Saved in Hope
B. And Hope Involves Things Not Yet Seen
C. And Hope Produces Patient Expectation
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