Introduction: We have considered the enticements of worldliness—the snare that tripped up our first parents. Those enticements are the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride ...
This last Lord’s Day we had the privilege of having Dr. David Field bring the message to us. And here it is. Dr. David Field – “Waiting Upon the Lord,” Isaiah 40:27-31 from Daniel Foucachon on Vimeo.
A little something for those who wonder if I preach works-righteousness . . .
Sorry I got out of the sermon plug groove. Don’t know what happened. But here is a link to last week’s message on the coming glory. And I just finished the outline for next’s Lord’s Day. The passage is overwhelming– Romans 8:19-27.
This last Lord’s Day, I preached a sermon addressed to President Obama. That sermon is available here in three different forms — an MP3, a sermon outline, and the full text. Feel free to circulate as you wish, or refer people to it there at the Christ Church front page.
I finished the first chapter of Romans last Lord’s Day, and that sermon is here.
The center of the chiasm that is Habakkuk contains the phrase, “The just shall live by faith.” It is the central point of that book, and Paul cites it in a way that shows it to be the central point of Romans. A sermon on all that is found here.
The message on the first seven verses of Romans is now posted here.
The sermon last Sunday was an introduction to Romans, which we should be taking about a year to work through.
Last Lord’s Day I preached what the colonials called “an artillery sermon,” a message to prepare Christians for the election and its aftermath. The message is called Pomosexuality, and you can find it here.