1. SouthPoint Fellowship / Jacob's ethos of duplicity contends with God's sovereign grace / Genesis 25-35

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    Expository preaching of Biblical texts by Trevor Calhoun ThM SouthPoint Fellowship / Pearland TX facebook.com/southpointfc

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    • Blessed Is the Nation Whose God Is the Lord

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      Dr. Don Coleman Highland Park Baptist Church July 5, 2015 Psalm 33:1-22

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      • SouthPoint Fellowship / Abraham's Faith - A Gospel Paradigm / Gen 12-22

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        from Kenny Lentz / Added

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        Expository preaching of Biblical texts by Trevor Calhoun ThM SouthPoint Fellowship / Pearland TX facebook.com/southpointfc

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        • Bible Questions and Answers, Part 62

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          http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/70-38 Scriptures: Selected Scriptures Date Preached: November 30, 2014 AUSTIN: Pastor John, this is, I don’t know the number. No one knows the number. You have operated in innumerable Q&As in your ministry. JOHN: That’s true. AUSTIN: You did one at the college the other day. We’ve done this before. You’ve sat with Phil Johnson more times than you can count getting grilled. You’ve had questions and answers at Shepherds’ Conferences, at the Ligonier Conference. Have you always done this? Do people just come up to you asking questions your whole life? Is this something you did on purpose at the church to just help people? Give us a little background of the Q&A. JOHN: Well, I guess you always have the fear that you’re saying what no one wants to know. AUSTIN: Hmm. JOHN: I prepare, I come up, and I preach a sermon whether you want to know it or not. I don’t even ask. So, in order to sort of move away from the reality that I may be saying things that nobody cares to hear, early in the ministry at Grace Church, I started setting aside Sunday nights pretty frequently to just hear from the congregation because I wanted to know what they were thinking. I wanted to know what was on their heart. I wanted to know trends. I wanted to know issues, things that they were concerned about...

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          • The Bad News (Various Scriptures in Ephesians) - Tom Drion

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            How bad is it? The human condition looks pretty bad, but actually, when you get a glimpse into what God says about our situation, it's far worse than most people imagine! Grab your bible and open up the letter of Ephesians for this doctrinal study which traces the subject through the book.

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            • The Narrow Door - Rick Battenfield - Luke 13:22-30

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              Are you a "Christian" only by name? According to statistics, approximately 1/3 of the 7 billion people on this planet are Christians. If only it were true, the world would be a very different place, but this statistic just shows how many people claim to be Christian, but don't have a real relationship with Jesus Christ. Don't let yourself or your loved ones be deceived! Grab your bible and study along as guest preacher Rick Battenfield from Eyethorne Baptist Church in Kent opens up Jesus' great challenge to nominal Christians!

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              • SouthPoint Fellowship / The Objective of Paul's Gospel - The Obedience of Faith / Romans 16b

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                "Now to Him who is able to establish you according to my gospel and the preaching of Jesus Christ, according to the revelation of the mystery which has been kept secret for long ages past, but now is manifested, and by the Scriptures of the prophets, according to the commandment of the eternal God, has been made known to all the nations, leading to obedience of faith; to the only wise God, through Jesus Christ, be the glory forever. Amen." Romans 16: 25-27 Expository preaching of Biblical texts by Trevor Calhoun ThM SouthPoint Fellowship / Pearland TX facebook.com/southpointfc

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                • Paul’s Transformation, Part 2

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                  http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/44-33 Scripture: Acts 9:10–31 Date Preached: May 24, 2015 I want you to turn to the 9th chapter of Acts. We’re going to try to kind of hurry our way through this 9th chapter. So we’ll look at chapter 9 and just glance through it. This is the chapter that gives us the historical account of the conversion of the apostle Paul. There is so much in the book of Acts devoted to this event, the 9th chapter of Acts. And then Paul gives his testimony in the 22nd chapter of Acts to some Jewish leaders; and then in the 26th chapter of Acts, to some Roman authorities. So we have these three accounts of the conversion of the apostle Paul. We have really no other conversion in the Scripture that is dealt with with such detail and such length. This is a powerful story of a man who became the author of 13 epistles in the New Testament, and who dominates the historical record of the gospel into the world in the book of Acts. His life is remarkable…

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                  • Paul’s Transformation, Part 1

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                    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/44-32 Scripture: Acts 9:10–17 Date Preached: May 17, 2015 John Newton went to sea. Like most sailors of his day, he lived a debauched and rebellious life. For several years, he worked on slave ships, capturing slaves for sale to the plantations in the New World. So low did he sink that at one point, he himself became a slave, a captive of another slave trader. Eventually, he became the captain of his own slave ship. A combination of a frightening storm at sea one night coupled with his reading of a testimony of Christianity planted some seeds in his heart that eventually led to his conversion. He went on to become a leader in the evangelical movement in the 18th century in England. And along with men like John and Charles Wesley, George Whitefield, and William Wilberforce, he was a stalwart for the Christian faith. On his tombstone is inscribed the following epitaph, which Newton wrote himself, says this, “John Newton, Clerk. Once an infidel and libertine, a servant of slavers in Africa, was, by the rich mercy of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, preserved, restored, pardoned, and appointed to preach the faith he had long labored to destroy.” Of course, he penned the hymn we all love, Amazing Grace, a grace that he had experienced…

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                    • What the Cross Meant to Christ

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                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/43-78 Scriptures: John 14:28–31 Date Preached: May 17, 2015 Let’s open the Word of God at John 14. This is a simple straight-forward text of Scripture, John 14:28-31, John 14:28-31; and it’s the last section, the last little paragraph in the 14th chapter. But if there’s one place in the Bible – and there certainly are many – but if there is only one place in the Bible where chapter headings mean nothing and chapter numbers are irrelevant it would be this, because this is one evening, one monologue by Jesus with His disciples on Thursday night of Passion Week, the night before His crucifixion. He’s in the upper room through the end of chapter 14, and then He’s still with them as they head toward the garden. He’s with them that night and He starts talking to them in chapter 13 and He ends at the end of chapter 16, and then He prays that the Father would bring to pass all the things that He has promised. This is the legacy of Jesus. This is what He has left, not only the disciples, the promises He gave them, but through them to all who would ever believe on Him. This is an unparalleled portion of Scripture, and we’ve been seeing that as we’ve gone through chapters 13 and 14…

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