Advent is a reminder that “A Child is Born” and his name is Immanuel.
Concluding the series on “Distinctives of a Reformed Spirituality” on the nature of reformed worship.
Distinctives of a Reformed Spirituality continues with a study on grace and how it applies to the family.
Thankfulness should be writ over our lives, and this sermon looks at this important doctrine in “Distinctives of Reformed Spirituality.”
Continuing with the “Distinctives of a Reformed Spirituality,” this sermon looks at the emphasis of sustained joy in our lives.
The second in the “Distinctives of Reformed Spirituality” concerns the continuing conflict of sin and how there is victory in the struggle with sin only through the Holy Spirit.
Looking into “Distinctives of Reformed Spirituality,” the first principal of Calvinism studied properly begins on the great glory of God Almighty.
The conclusion of the series on Ecclesiastes gives hope in the ‘shadowlands’ in the last verses on fearing God, which is the beginning of wisdom.
Continuing the series in the book of Ecclesiastes, this sermon teaches us to celebrate the joys of life at any age, but realistically considers the trials of older age.
Continuing the wisdom book of Ecclesiastes, it is taught to take the less traveled road and this sermon teaches how we should live our life.