1. 8.25.13 Old Testament Heroes - Esther

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    from Holy Trinity Church / Added

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    Erin unpacks the story of Esther, a woman who was given a place of influence "for such a time as this."

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    • Is God a Moral Monster?

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      Three pastors consider street-level objections to God's morality. In this video: Bryan Chapell, J. D. Greear, Mike McKinley Permalink: http://tgc.org/resources/a/is_god_a_moral_monster

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      • Unexpected (August 18, 2013)

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        from Russell Memorial UMC / Added

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        This is the eleventh message in our summer teaching series, "Campfire Stories," at Russell Memorial United Methodist Church in Wills Point, Texas: A Family Rooted in Christ and Reaching Out in Love. The sermon text for Dr. Billy Watson's message, "Unexpected," was Ruth 1:1-5.

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        • Genesis: In the Beginning...

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          from Grace Bible Church / Added

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          To a world mired in sin and suffering, fear and futility, Genesis triumphantly declares that there is one true God whose power gives us security, whose calling provides us significance, whose grace grants us forgiveness, and whose promises give us hope. Speaker: Brian Fisher Date: August 25, 2013

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          • Live in the Wisdom of God

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            from St Matthew's Lutheran Church / Added

            The Old Testament lesson today encourages us to serve the Lord faithfully because he has rescued us from the slavery of sin. This message of salvation is a message we want to pass down to our children. The Gospel lesson contains our theme for the school year. Jesus is the only source of spiritual life so as Peter points out, where else should we go but to our Savior

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            • "The Sound Of A Low Whisper"

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              Pastor Paul Pett's Sermon for the 6th Sunday After Pentecost (6/26/13). Sermon Text: 1 Kings 19:9-21

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              • The Tabernacle Session 4 - The Lampstand

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                This is the complete session 4 “Illuminate: The Lampstand” from Rose Publishing’s NEW! Tabernacle DVD Bible Study, a fantastic 6-session video-based study on the Tabernacle. This is the best all-inclusive study using a life-size Tabernacle on the market and it’s the only DVD from the Tabernacle Experience available. For more information, visit http://www.tabernacledvd.com/ More than 200,000 people have already visited the Tabernacle Experience's life-size replica of the Tabernacle—Now you can experience it too with this exclusive DVD Bible Study! Walk through every part of this life-size replica, while receiving expert explanations from your guide, Pastor Shawn Barnard—see what the Tabernacle looked like, discover the meaning and symbolism behind EACH utensil and sacrifice, and learn about the steps of worship the Lord specifically designed to be able to dwell with his people. In Session 4, you will learn how the lampstand symbolized Jesus as the true light, and how Christians are called to shine like him. Like all parts of the Tabernacle, the Lampstand symbolized and pointed to Jesus Christ. It reminds us of the power of light to shatter darkness, to give life, and to guide our path. Other session topics focus on—The Bronze Laver, The Table of Bread, the Altar of Incense, the Veil, the Ark, the Mercy Seat, and more! The complete Tabernacle kit comes with a DVD containing the six 30-minute video sessions, 1 Leader Guide, 1 Participant Guide, a full-color Tabernacle pamphlet, and Tabernacle PowerPoint presentation. Additional Participant Guides may be purchased separately. For more information, visit www.TabernacleDVD.com

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                • The Apostolic Preaching of Christ from the Old Testament (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                  http://www.gty.org/resources/Sermons/90-432 Now, for this morning, you all who have been here know that we are beginning a series on finding the Lord Jesus Christ in the Old Testament...finding the Lord Jesus Christ in the Old Testament. I read from 2 Corinthians chapter 3 a little bit earlier because there is so much richness there. But in particular, to call to your attention verses 14 to 16 where it says, "Their minds—referring to people in the Old Testament—their minds were hardened for until this very day at the reading of the Old Covenant, the same veil remains un-lifted because it is removed in Christ. What Paul was saying there is, you can't understand the meaning of the Old Testament apart from Christ because all though He had not come, so much of the Old Testament predicts and prophesies and presents Him that it is incomprehensible apart from the Lord Jesus Christ. To this day, says verse 15, whenever Moses is read, Moses meaning the Old Testament, a veil lies over their heart. But whenever a person turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. The only people who can understand the Old Testament are the people who know and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. In Christ, the veil is taken away. And when the veil from the Old Testament is removed, we immediately find out that the theme of the entire Old Testament is none other than the Lord Jesus Christ Himself. The Pharisees and scribes and people of Israel who studied fastidiously the Old Testament couldn't understand it. They thought they did. Couldn't comprehend it. Couldn't grasp its meaning and its significance because they rejected Christ. Only in Christ does the Old Testament make sense. Therefore, the key to the Old Testament is the New Testament. And that's what we have discovered in spending 40-plus years going through the New Testament. We know Christ....

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                  • Christ the Expositor (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                    http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-431 Open your Bible, if you will, to Matthew chapter 5 and just put your finger there for a minute. I'm going to come back to that, but it will be a moment. We are at the second stop in a journey. We started last time, I guess we could say this is the first stop, we started last time on a journey to find Christ in the Old Testament, finding the Lord Jesus Christ in the Old Testament. That's what this series is going to be about. For forty years we have been learning the majestic glories of the Lord Jesus Christ as revealed on the pages of the New Testament. We have learned His history in the four gospels. We have learned the expansion of the gospel in the book of Acts, the preaching of Christ, the theology of Christ in the book of Acts and as well in the rest of the epistles of the New Testament. We've even come to understand the eschatology concerning Christ from the book of Revelation. So we have had a full New Testament glimpse of Christ, having gone through the entire New Testament verse by verse, line by line. We have beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth. We have seen in Him all the fullness of the Godhead bodily and we have found in Him all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge. And now, having that clear vision of Jesus Christ, we're going to go back in to the Old Testament to find Him there prophetically...to find Him there prophetically. We have a very clear picture of Jesus Christ from the New Testament which will enable us to see Him where He appears in the Old Testament....

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                    • An Introduction to Christ in the Old Testament (Selected Scriptures) John MacArthur

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                      from John MacArthur / Added

                      http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-430 For this morning, I am very happy to say to you that we're going to begin our series on finding Christ in the Old Testament. That's going to happen right now. However, you're going to have to be patient with me because I'm hitting the reset button on my entire life. So I have for months been reading and absorbing and all of this, even when I went back in my days of seminary, I took a minor in college, I took a minor in Greek, that's the language of the-- original language of the New Testament. I made a much greater emphasis in seminary on Greek and I've loved working in the New Testament. Now it's a shift for me into the Old. I'm not unfamiliar with it, but I have absorbed so much in the last number of months. Somebody reminded me this morning that it was nine weeks ago that I said I was going to do that and it's taken me nine weeks to get to this point and that's because I can do anything I want, basically. I just show up and nobody tells me what to do. So there were other things on my heart like the ministry that we talked about with regard to Romans 8 and the Holy Spirit. But now, we are at a point to begin to find the Lord Jesus in the Old Testament. And I want to lay some groundwork for that and help you understand why it is important and how it fits into the plan of the Word of God. There is no question in my mind but that the great dominating theme of all preaching needs to be Jesus Christ. My ministry hero, the Apostle Paul, said, "I'm determined to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ and Him crucified." He said, "We preach Christ crucified." And that was not only his pattern but the pattern of the Apostles. They preached Christ, they preached the suffering of Christ and the glories to follow, as Peter put it. And that should be the theme of every preacher. Six or seven years after Paul said to the Corinthians that he was determined to know nothing except Christ and Him crucified, six or seven years later, he writes the letter to the Philippians and in that letter he says he actually rejoices when Christ is preached, even if it's preached by people who resent him, who are trying to harm him, who are trying to wound him, who are trying to discredit him, trying to condemn him at the same time, he said, "Christ is being preached and in that I rejoice and will rejoice." There is no greater theme in preaching or teaching. There is no greater person. There is no one who ascends to the level of Jesus Christ. There is no subject that can match Him. And He is the theme of all Scripture, both Old and New Testament....

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