An exposition of Psalm 51, applying the confession of sin, repentance, and receiving the benefits of restoration & joy.
Tag: Expository teaching
Naturally so, this sermon will be hated by the world, but unnaturally it will be disliked by a large number of professing Christians. But I believe it is ‘providentially necessary’ to sound the trumpet. If I fear to preach it, then perhaps I am a hireling, not a shepherd.
This exposition is a lesson and an exhortation on the benefits of trusting in God, and putting our confidence in Christ. That the Lord’s people need not fear the corona virus, the political climate, losing our constitution, not even death. And what about that clandestine relocation.
This exposition of the Twenty Sixth Psalm reveals more evidence that Christians are not to be a friend of sinners, or friends with the world, in fact there’s a time to hate evil doers. “And this also was an evidence of his faithfulness to his God, that he never associated with those who he had
Disclaimer” When I stated “I am so against our Government.” I meant to say I am against our government’s tyranny, or when they go against our Constitution, or His Church. Therefore, I am not anti-government. This video includes two Catechism questions (with commentary), and then an exposition of the Twenty-fourth Psalm.
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
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
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
Tragically last night one of our grandkids passed. And by Gods providence, this teaching that I had prepared earlier in the week, spoke much about “death.” So, every time the Scriptures spoke about the pains (or cords) of death, it got very difficult for me. Nonetheless, as the Scriptures tell, I am thankful I was
Today was a wonderful Lord’s day. Brother Mike led worship in the singing of hymns, and the reading of Scriptures. I preached the below exposition on Psalm 8. Brothers Robin and Mike assisted with communion. We also had a visit from a wonderful family, and we all enjoyed much fellowship with them. The congregation participated
On my best day, when I’m at ‘the top of my game,’ and have my most ‘intellectual thoughts’ and strengths (which is rare these days), I am nothing but a fool for Christ, I am nothing but excrement in His hand. Let me tell you about the story of the spoon, the worm, and the
In this Psalm, we will see a God who saves, a God who restores, who leads, who provides, who disciplines, who loves, and who protects and secures. I also spoke about the principle of wolves, sheep, and sheepdogs, and how I’ve applied the sheepdog principle (or discipline) in Churches. In one incident I had to