Monthly Archives: November 2011

Jesus in the Tabernacle Courtyard Furniture (Exodus 27)

There are three sections in Exodus 27.  The first eight verses deal with the bronze altar, the next ten verses deal with the courtyard separating the tabernacle proper from the rest of the Israelite camp and the last two verse … Continue reading

Posted in Exodus, Where's Jesus

2 Kings of People: Blessed and Cursed (Genesis 9:18-10:32)

What an interesting passage: Drunkenness, nakedness, peeping toms, gossips and future predictions.  Who says the Bible is boring?  In fact just those words should be enough to cause any “moral” do-gooder to blush and wonder if this is really a … Continue reading

Posted in Genesis, Sermons

Heidelberg Catechism Q115

Q. 115. No one in this life can obey the Ten Commandments perfectly: Why then does God wan them preaches so pointedly? Aš First, so that the longer we live the more we may come to know our sinfulness and … Continue reading

Posted in Devotional, Heidelberg Catechism

Jesus in the Tabernacle (Exodus 26)

The tabernacle is to be a tent or finely crafted materials: gold, silver, embroidery, skins and acacia wood.  All of the details cause one to picture a beautifully mobile tent where worship can occur in the midst of the covenant … Continue reading

Posted in Exodus, Where's Jesus

Replay of Titus 3:3-8

Reformation is not a single event in history, it is the life of the church, constantly striving to conform and be conformed to the gospel in word and deed.  The doctrines of grace and sin are vital to understanding the … Continue reading

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The Gospel Proclaimed (Titus 3:3-8)

Reformation Sunday – What is Reformation Sunday about? What was the Reformation about? What did we reform from? Are those reasons valid? How do we still need reformation today? On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed his famous 95 theses … Continue reading

Posted in Sermons, Titus