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http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/90-321 Now whenever I have the opportunity to preach on the doctrine of the Word of God, there is a great danger that this could go on for a long time and that you may feel like you're drinking out of a fire hose at full volume because this is my passion, as you know, the Word of God. I love the truth, I live for the truth, I proclaim the truth, nothing is as important as the truth of God revealed in Scripture. And so, as we began last Sunday night talking about this issue of Scripture, we shall continue for many Sunday nights to come, not sure exactly how many to talk about the great doctrine of Scripture. Let me begin tonight by reminding you of a familiar statement that appears three times in the Bible, once in Deuteronomy chapter 8, once in Matthew chapter 4, and a third time recorded in Luke chapter 4, and this is that statement, "Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God." What kind of living are we talking about? What kind of life is in view? Well this refers to all of life, encompassing the spiritual life as well as the temporal, physical life. Everything in life, every perception in life, every attitude, every action must be understood in the light of the Word of God. For us who are believers, we understand that our spiritual lives which dominate our physical lives and all aspects of living are fed solely and only by the Word of God. For believers, the only soul food is Scripture. This is laid out for us repeatedly throughout the pages of the Bible. In Psalm 1 we read, "How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers, but his delight is in the law of the Lord and in His law he meditates day and night."...+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-407 Now this is a special day because it is Mother's Day. I've never understood that because every day is Mother's Day, so why...you know, limit it to one day? But I understand that. I understand the need to sell greeting cards and things like that. I get it. But we're always delighted and grateful and thankful for what the Lord does through precious and godly mothers and we want to note that. And, you know, I really think that if, if there's any indication of reality, and I think there is, from the conversations that I've heard recently from mothers, some of the mothers in my own family and mothers outside my own family, there's a kind of a serious fear about raising children in the world in which we live, young women who are having little babies see a foreboding future. There's an elevated anxiety about that. Parents are struggling wondering what kind of world their children are going to awaken to in another five years, ten years, or so. There are people who are wondering whether they should have children. And then some of us who are grandparents who know what can go wrong through many years of a generation, maybe even have more concern and anxiety about what the future world is going to bring to bear upon our grandchildren. We hear these conversations all the time. A lot of fear; a lot of anxiety. I talked to a physician friend who said he's prescribing more tranquilizers to people than in the past who have these deep anxieties about what the future is going to bring on their children and on their families. And this is not just a day when we think about that because we're thinking about moms and we're thinking about children and families. But this is also a very special day because of seminary graduation. We had the graduation of the Master's College on Friday, about 250 young people receiving their degrees, and another eighty-eight men tonight, and we're launching these people into this very troubled world--very challenging world--very foreboding and threatening world....+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-404 This morning I've always kind of felt that the Sunday after the Shepherds' Conference is an opportunity for me to sort of come down a little bit and maybe just talk to the issue of the heart of the shepherd. We talked about the issues. We talked about the theology. But what about the heart? What about the heart of the man who shepherds the flock of God? You know, it might seem that just the analogy of a shepherd would give you some indication of it, that you're caring for sheep, sheep are dirty, sheep wander, sheep are stupid, and so forth and so on. So there's...you don't want to carry that analogy too far, obviously. But, I mean, there are some things that we learn about the whole role of shepherding and pastoral ministry from the concept of being a shepherd. But I want to address something that's, I think, more important in one sense, more intimate than that, and more clear as to the attitude you bring to ministry than even that. I want to talk to you about the pastor as a parent--the pastor as a mother, the pastor as a father. To do that, I want to draw you to 1 Thessalonians chapter 2, 1 Thessalonians chapter 2. We're going to look at verse 7 and following. Let me read it to you. We'll read down to verse 12....+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-403 As I was thinking about what I might share with you tonight, maybe a little more personal and at the same time biblical as we stand on the edge of a brand new year. This is a time when people may typically rethink how they view life, reestablish some priorities, hit the reset button, hit the delete button and try to start all over again. Perspective is really important and even self-speak as it’s often called today, what you say to yourself about yourself and about your own life is very, very important. There are people now who are, no doubt, mulling over the ambitions that they have for the coming year, the achievements that they would like to accomplish in the coming year, the direction they would like to see their life take. But before you ever get to those kinds of things, there are some other things that you need to think about in terms of creating a structure and a paradigm for how you live your life as a Christian. And to take a look at those, I want you to go in the New Testament to the first epistle written by Peter....+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-400 Now tonight we're going to talk about the subject of the Messiah, the promised Messiah. For those of you here visiting with us, we're doing a series on finding Christ in the Old Testament and we've been all kinds of places, and tonight we're going to look at the concept of Messiah. You will remember if you were with us this morning, that in John 1:41--we're studying the gospel of John in the morning--and in John 1:41, Andrew, the first disciple called by Jesus to Himself, the first follower of Jesus, found his brother Simon, who we know as Peter, and he said to him, "We have found the Messiah. We have found the Messiah." Just exactly who is it that is the Messiah? What does Andrew mean by that? Obviously he doesn't make an explanation to Peter because Peter knows what it means to say we have found the Messiah. We use that term a lot. It shows up in our songs, in the great oratorio, The Messiah, by Handel. We're familiar with the term but like so many terms, we may be familiar with, we don't necessarily know the underlying meaning of that term, and it's very, very rich in its Old Testament meaning....+ More details
http://www.gty.org/resources/sermons/80-399 Now no one would preach on Zechariah 11 unless he was a seminary student who was assigned to do it. No one would voluntarily do this. But...but I thought, on a Sunday night like this when we're going to have the really committed people--those who aren't at home in a sugar coma for overeating over the weekend, those of you who are serious about the Word of God--that it would be a wonderful exercise for us to look at Zechariah chapter 11, one of the more challenging chapters in the Old Testament. And as I said, it is not a chapter that you would probably ever hear anybody preach on because it is a challenge to any interpreter. But in order to get us into this chapter, let me just...let me just start with something very familiar. We are all highly aware of the recent situation escalating in the land of Israel where the Palestinians and the Hamas folks have long been their enemies. They periodically escalate the assaults and coming from Gaza in the south, as you know, hundreds and hundreds of missiles have been raining down on Israel and approximately even getting into Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and great population centers of the land, and this is a picture of the difficulty that the people of Israel have in surviving. We all know they have equally serious enemies surrounding them in other countries--of course Iran, their archenemy who would by every self-confession want to obliterate them from the planet. We know they sit in a very fragile place surrounded by enemies. And they're continually under assault, and that threatens continually to escalate; may well escalate, as we all understand....+ More details
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