Sermons tagged #Murder
From the beginning of Genesis, God warns Adam and Eve that there would be enmity between her seed and the seed of the snake. Last week we saw the enmity start between Cain and Abel. Join us this week as the enmity plays out and men depart from the living God to go their own way. Yet in the midst of the gloom is a light. Another son will choose to serve the Lord and the remnant will continue. Join us as we look at Cain's departure and the birth of Seth.
053 I Should Not Call...Man 1 053 I Should Not Call Any Man Common Or Unclean (Acts 10:24-28) 1 of 2
CURRENT EVENTS UPDATE: Israel at War 12/3/23 The Ceasefire ends as more supposed hostages turn out to be murdered victims of the 10/7/23 attack. The UN took two months to condemn the mass rape and gang rape of women by Islamists in Hamas. We continue our study of Acts 10 after Peter's triple-vision from God suspending Mosaic dietary law and transitioning into the Dispensation of the Gospel of Grace is put into full effect as Peter enters a dwelling full of Gentiles and announces the transition! We will discuss the "unclean" idea from it's start under Mosaic Law into today's "racism" and idea's of a supreme race. Also Reference: Isaiah 43:10, Genesis 26:3-4, Luke 24:44-49, Romans 14:1-4, 1 Timothy 4:1-6, Romans 8:2 https://bbfohio.com
What is the first distinction between the people of the Lord and the people of the world? Leviticus 18 prepares us for the evening sermon on the Lord's Day. In these thirty verses of Holy Scripture, the Holy Spirit teaches us that one great difference between the people of the Lord and the people of the world is that the Lord's people are committed to purity in nakedness and marriage.
The Hate of Love - 1 John 3:11-24 Sermon Series - 1 John Christ's Church - Columbia, MO Lord's Day - 11/25/23 For more information about Christ Church please visit our website: https://www.christschurch-como.com/ Follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/elderschristschurch/ Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090762383887 Contact us by email - [email protected]
Weekly podcast previewing Sunday's sermon at Grace Baptist Church in Grand Bay, Alabama Available each Saturday by 10:30 A.M. Episode 192 Brethren, We Have Met To Worship Piano Instrumental Arranged and Performed by Amy Rasmussen Digital Audio Captured from You Tube video published by SforzanDuo, 2021 Used by Permission Brethren, We Have Met To Worship Tune Name: HOLY MANNA Words by George Atkins Music by William Moore Additional words and arrangement by Heather Sorenson Copyright (c) 2013 by HAL LEONARD CORPORATION International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved
And Jonadab said unto the king, Behold, the king's sons come: as thy servant said, so it is. And it came to pass, as soon as he had made an end of speaking, that, behold, the king's sons came, and lifted up their voice and wept: and the king also and all his servants wept very sore. But Absalom fled, and went to Talmai, the son of Ammihud, king of Geshur. And David mourned for his son every day. So Absalom fled, and went to Geshur, and was there three years. And the soul of king David longed to go forth unto Absalom: for he was comforted concerning Amnon, seeing he was dead.
Even the best leaders, apart from Jesus, are imperfect. Take Jehoshaphat - he was an incredibly good king but he kept going back to associate himself with the wicked house of Ahab. The consequences of this and the arranged marriage for his son Jehoram contributed to the disastrous reign of his son and grandson. Despite all this, however, God's covenant remained intact.
After a brief review of James' earlier content, Kevin Pulliam, pastor of Christ Reformed Church, turns to conflicts within ourselves, between each other and most importantly, between us and God. These are fomented by friendship with the world. You are invited to listen in.
To hate something in our day doesn't mean the same thing now as it did long ago. The implication of hatred nowadays is of a desire to destroy and obliterate. But in these scriptures, where God says he hates these things simply means that he won't have any part of these things. He separates himself from them. So if we want to be close to him, we cannot be a part of all or any of these things that he hates.
The contrast drawn in this lesson is between love and murder. It is not only the act of murder, but looking into the thoughts and desires of the heart where hatred dwells. The answer to hate, which comes from God, is love. Love, as demonstrated by Jesus, is service to the other.
You CANNOT Fix It... You Can't Cover It... Neither you nor I can sufficiently solve or satisfy... God has only one answer and solution for sin, this life, and everything that is yet to come. When we cover up sin, we can rest assured, that God will uncover it publicly... if we uncover it, and give it to Him, most often, He will show mercy and cover it up publicly. (2 Samuel 11/12) "He who covers his sins will not be successful at it, but he who confesses and forsakes his sin will have mercy" (Proverbs 28:13). God has ONLY one answer for sin... and no one can adequately or successfully do what ONLY the blood of Jesus can do for sin. And when one turns to the Lord, in faith, as they turn away from that which snared them, acknowledging the sin, as sin, seeing it the way God sees it, by faith, God covers the missed mark with His mercy and satisfies His own justice through the blood of Jesus. Summary bullet points from the transcription of the message. • Repentance and forgiveness in the context of David's sins. 0:01 ◦ David's history of repentance and restoration despite his great sin is highlighted. • Psalm 51 and David's repentance. 2:41 ◦ David asked God to restore the joy of salvation in his life and to free him from blood guiltiness. ◦ David was forgiven, but God warned him that one of the consequences of his sin would be conflict among his children. • The consequences of sin and forgiveness. ◦ David, despite being forgiven, still struggles with the guilt of his past actions. • David's repentance and mistakes in the Bible. ◦ Pastor Nick emphasizes the importance of repentance in David's life despite his mistakes. • David's guilt and forgiveness in the Bibl
Most folks find a way to exclude themselves from this category. It's something that, in its literal sense, is something most folks haven't done. But Jesus made it clear that hands aren't the only way that murder can exist. It is in the heart as well. How many of us are guilty of shedding innocent blood with our hearts, thoughts and intents?
CURRENT EVENTS UPDATE: (1) We discuss the implications of Ohio voters approving issues to (a) enshrine the murder of unborn children in our state Constitution and, (b) legalizing recreation marijuana and further embracing this end times Sorcery predicted in the Bible. (2) We update the situation in Israel and Gaza as the Biden Administration begins to set themselves in opposition to Israel's post-war security plans as Anti-Israel, Anti-Semitism spreads worldwide... and only Donald Trump is calling for the only policy that can save America from becoming Denmark (Islamicized, chaotic state). In our study, we discuss this passage that says that Christians were "chosen to salvation" but it's not on the bases of some sort of "election" or "predestination" as taught by Calvinists, Augustinians and other "Sovereign Grace" doctrines of divine fatalism. Also Reference: John 1:12-13, Ephesians 1:3-5, Hebrews 10:14 & 17-18, 1 Timothy 4:9-10, Galatians 2:16, John 3:14-18 https://bbfohio.com
God Weeps For The Lost! God Weeps For The Lost! Therefore, Predestination is false, and The Ark is Christ!
Previously we were dealing with all that has to do with the cup at Gethsemane. We're going to attempt to nail down a couple of pieces of this for you. The second person of the Triune Godhead seems to have a different will than the Father. But Jesus has three offices, the Prophet, the Priest, and the Judging King. He is in His Prophet/Priest/Redeemer position and that's why it seems His will is different than the Father's will. The duties of the office He is in dictates His will at this point. It's 2 Peter 3:9. If it's His will that He causes people to be lost then God is a murderer. That takes us to the lie of Satan where Satan accuses God of being a murderer and a liar. If there is no free will you've made God a murderer. That's what predestination is. Satan insists that the gift of free will is not passed to God's creation. But if there is no free will, God is the only One Who exists, because then we are automatons... simulated life. We have life... and that means we have free will. We have the Ark of the Covenant... a type of Christ. This is the hidden truth, the hypostatic union, the adding of humanity to God. How it is made is very important to know because of the symbolism that must be accounted for. Christ's deity has authority over His humanity. So, He cannot sin. We go over the purpose of the Ark and that takes us back to the cup. 2 Samuel 6:1-15 is where we go. But what does this have to do with the cup of Gethsemane and the bruised heel? Add to this Isaiah 53:1-12 and ask, "Does God bruise God?" So, open your TextBook and have your notetaking device handy, because the deepest Bible teacher alive today is just getting started.
Exodus 20:1-2, 12-13 And God spoke all these words, saying, "I am the LORD your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery"... Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the LORD your God is giving you. You shall not murder.