Sunday, November 27, 2016

72 The King's Miracles Provoke Different Responses


Two blind men proclaimed Jesus the Messiah and were healed of their blindness.  Jesus casts out a demon who made a man mute and some Pharisees said his power came from Satan.  How can the same man and the same miracle elicit such different responses?

Sunday, November 20, 2016

71 Anything the King Touches Becomes Clean


Two females, a child and a woman, are ritually unclean.  The child, because she is dead.  The woman, because she has a blood discharge disease.  Jesus touches the child and raises her from the dead.  The woman touches Jesus and is healed.  Jesus makes the unclean clean.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

58 Tradition, Bold Preaching and Missionary Work



As we begin to conclude Paul's letter to the Romans we see the reason he wrote them in the first place.

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Alcohol and the Christian (Part 4)


We examined the final questions John MacArthur asked his congregation about wine.

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

57 Getting Along in the Church


Christians need each other, even when they disagree, because the alternative is to be lost in the world.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Alcohol and the Christian (Part 3)



Today, our next to last sermon on alcohol, we asked the third, fourth and fifth questions that John MacArthur asked his congregation about alcohol:

3. Is drinking wine the best choice?
4. Is drinking wine habit-forming?
5.Is drinking wine potentially destructive?

Sunday, October 30, 2016

Alcohol and the Christian (Part 2)



Today we answered Dr. John MacArthur's second question: "Is drinking wine necessary?"

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

56 Love People More Than You Love Being "Right"


The Roman church had two groups at odds with each other over the question still keeping Moses' kosher dietary laws and the Jewish liturgical calendar.  Paul sided with one group...but demanded that all treat each other with love.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Alcohol and the Christian (Part 1)


Was the "wine" consumed by the Israelis, Christians, Greeks and Romans what we call "wine" today?



***NOTE***  Due to "technical difficulties" the last few minutes of the audio were not recorded over the church audio/visual equipment.  However, I brought a small digital recorder with me to the pulpit and I captured the whole message.  I have uploaded this audio only recording to YouTube as well.  It may not sound the best but it is easily understandable for those curious to know how the sermon ended.



Thursday, October 13, 2016

55 Don't Judge Another Master's House Slave


The Roman church had Jewish Christians who didn't feel free to discard elements of the Mosaic ceremonial Law.  Gentile Christians wouldn't feel any obligation to the Law.  How to deal with the disputes and tension?