Colossians 1:20 — In this verse Paul tells us that “all things” have been reconciled to God by the cross of the Lord Jesus? Does this mean everyone will eventually get to heaven? How do we understand this universal reconciliation?
Acts 13:4-13 — God has given Believers many promises in Scripture but He has never promised that they would be free from opposition. Opposition is a reality as the missionaries found out on their first journey. How would they respond?
Colossians 1:19 — One verse. One point. Don’t miss it. Jesus is fully God.
Acts 13:1-3 — Curious about missions and the responsibility the church has? In this sermon, Brendan shows us the Divine blueprint in the sending of Paul & Barnabas.
God promised that the seed of the woman would crush the serpent’s head. Through whom would this promised seed come? The answer is found in considering the covenant God made with Abraham.
Jonah 1:1-3 — Why did Jonah say “no” to God and run away? The answer lies in considering Jonah’s prophetic ministry before God called him to go to Nineveh.
Governments around the world are legislating to allow same-sex couples to marry. It probably won’t be long before the law changes in Australia too? As Christians, how should we respond? This lecture provides some helpful, Biblical answers.
Psalm 78:5-8 — In this text, the Psalmist lays out the obligation that God’s people have to teach their children the Scriptures. He also specifics five objectives in doing so.
Colossians 1:18b — Paul turns our attention to the resurrection of Jesus. He is the beginning of the resurrection and the first resurrected human being. As such, there is no argument that He is worthy of the preeminence in all things.
In this sermon and the four that follow, Steve digresses from his verse-by-verse study through the Book of Genesis to teach us about the covenants of the Bible. This sermon covers the Edenic, Adamic and Noahic covenants.