Psalm 22:1-21, by Pastor Bill Rhetts (the Father forsaking the Son)

In this Psalm we will see the graphic imagery of the pain and anguish that Jesus succumbed to. One scholar said “Approach this Psalm with the utmost solemnity and reverence, because you have probably never stood on holier ground before. You have come to Golgotha where the Good Shepherd is giving His life for the

An Exposition of Psalm 20, by Pastor Bill Rhetts

Regretfully I was heavy on quotes, I repent. This psalm fits the occasion of a ‘prayer service’ or a ‘prayer and sacrifice’ on the eve of battle. Similarly, back in 1942 when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, an Army Chaplain was asked to lead them into battle via a prayer. History tells us, “In the heat

When to disobey: a call to civil disobedience, by Pastor Stephen Richardson (the police response after this sermon) a MUST HEAR sermon

Pastor Stephen Richardson has been a great encouragement and example to the Lord’s Church, as how to respond to the States tyranny during the Coronavirus season(s) that we are going through. Ironically (by providence) after preaching this sermon, the police responded to investigate his compliance. “David Engelsma has said, “Uncritically to yield to the decrees

An Exposition of Psalm 19, by Pastor Bill Rhetts 🌎

The theme in this chapter is the glory of God, praise, grace, and prayer. Matthew Henry said this of Psalm 19, “There are two excellent books which the great God has published for the instruction and edification of the children of men; this psalm treats of them both, and recommends them both to our diligent

An Exposition of Psalm 18:13-19, by Pastor Bill Rhetts (part 2)

This sermon is part two of last weeks sermon (on verses 1-12). We continue this Theophany and supernatural warfare that God administered on behalf of David, and as He does for His elect.   C.H. Spurgeon said of verse 19, “He delivered me, because he delighted in me.” Free grace lies at the foundation. Rest

Listening to oldies, while hauling 20 miles out to Sea, in November

Last Tuesday (in November) I went 20 miles out to Sea from the Newport Harbor. The ocean was as smooth as a local lake. But as the winter weather arrives, those days will be over for another season. Beginning today, the weather begins its unpredictableness. Always check your BoatUS app before launching your vessel.

Video of a Reformed Baptist Pastor Evangelizing the Public 👆

Because this video was uploaded to this channel, I established a new Facebook connection with another Reformed Baptist Pastor. Similarly, like myself, he desires to connect to like-minded Heralds of the Gospel. In a personal dialog with me, he expressed his concern with the growing number of “reformed” evangelists that prefer to “get tied up