What must those who lead God's people's worship do? Leviticus 10:4–20 looks forward to the evening sermon on the coming Lord's Day. In these seventeen verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that those who lead God's people in worship must follow and teach God's own instructions for His worship and His people.
This chapter declares the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ from the dead through the eyes of his disciples. With regards to Mary Magdalene the Spirit shows us hope and the blessed joy that shall be ours when we close our eyes and awake in the presence of our God and Savior.
The same author with the same audience and the same aim as in his Gospel begins his second volume, dealing with the continued acts of the risen Jesus by his Spirit through his apostles. Luke sets out his work and its scope, both connecting with his Gospel and continuing from it, showing that there was no ceasing of Christ's doing and teaching with his death, but rather—by his proven resurrection and subsequent ascension—he continues to do his Father's will as the kingdom comes.
Luke's unique account of the Risen Christ appearing to and walking with two disciples on the way to Emmaus teaches us much about Jesus' compassion and patience with His people, but especially the importance of the Scriptures and Christ's centrality to them.
Luke 24:13-45--Jesus Draws Near to Disciples on Road to Emmaus
--Jesus Reveals Himself in the Scriptures--
I. Opened the Conversation (vv13-24)
II. Opened the Scriptures (vv25-27)
III. Opened their Eyes (vv28-35)
IV. Opened their Understanding (vv36-45)
Dennis Bullock delivers Part 1 of "Eternal Values" From 1 Peter 4:1-11.
A Regular Baptist Press Study called "Living in Hostile Territory by the Grace of God: 1 Peter." Study Guides available from RBP Store https://www.rbpstore.org/Products/0034/living-in-hostile-territory-by-the-grace-of-god-1-peterbradult-student-book
Salvation starts by fearing God! -- understanding we are justly condemned for sin; and knowing that we will receive the due reward for our deeds. Jesus is Lord; Jesus is King; Jesus has a coming Kingdom!
This message is about how fear of death can hinder a Christian from doing the will of God and conversely how saints, through belief in the resurrection, accomplish much by embracing death as a possible outcome of serving God.
It's a shame that the Apostles' Creed isn't taught much in Evangelical churches as they've become, ironically, less gospel oriented. They've also left aside end-times teaching. Yet, Scripture presents this to us as part of our gospel hope!
We're at the end. Paul has made it to Rome. The Holy Spirit has led Paul to Jerusalem to be arrested, to Caesarea to be tried, and now on to Rome to have his case heard by Caesar. But getting there was an adventure!
Introduction: From a huddled mass in Jerusalem (ch. 1) to the masses of Rome (28:11–14)
COURAGE FROM "THE BROTHERS" (V. 15)
CONFIDENCE BEFORE THE JEWS...AGAIN (VV. 17–28)
"How We Got Here" with Confidence (vv. 17–22)
His Confident Proclamation of Hope from Scripture (v. 23)
His Confident Application of the Scriptures (vv. 24–28)
"WITH ALL BOLDNESS AND WITHOUT HINDRANCE" ... APPLICATION TO US (V. 30–31)
The latest message from Emmanuel Reformed Church in our ongoing series through the Gospel of John, "Jesus Christ, Son of God and Savior." This morning Pastor Carl looks at John 20:11-18 in a message titled "The Messiah Appears to Mary."
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