Assembly Oversight. One of the provisions that God has given to the church for its profit and blessing is assembly oversight. Oversight is the work of caring for the spiritual needs of the church. While deacons (or servants) care for the material needs of the saints, elders (or overseers) care for the spiritual needs. Oversight […]
THE CROSS OF CHRIST and its centrality The Centrality of the Cross. As we trace the blessed subject of the cross of Christ through the pages of scripture, we will find that it takes a center place. The cross of Christ is the foundation of every work of God, and the means of our […]
A third lecture in a seven part series on the Godhead.
The line of truth called “dispensational truth” encompasses the steps God takes to unfold His counsels, and accomplish His ultimate purpose.
Several great principles of the Word of God that undergird and frame what can be called “dispensational truth”. Part 1 of a three-part series on Dispensational Truth.
The Word of God is one harmonious whole, and its truths are interconnected.
Refuting the idea of a universal recovery of the Church in the last day.
A dangerous and unscriptural teaching that affects many aspects of Christian life.
A second lecture in a seven part series on the Godhead.
An outline of God’s ways with Christians and with the Nation of Israel.
Typical teaching from Israel’s journey from Egypt to Canaan.
The Passover speaks of the way a believer takes refuge in the work of Christ, to be shielded from God’s judgment against sin.
Sevel lectures on the Godhead.
The Red Sea pictures Christ’s death and resurrection for us.
The wilderness experience is that aspect of our Christian life in which we learn to depend fully on God.
Prophecy discloses the steps by which God is going to glorify His Son in this earth!
The Jordan speaks of our death and resurrection with Christ.
What are Divine life, eternal life, and resurrection life? How do we get them?
Canaan speaks of the Christian’s position in the heavenly places, and the warfare that is connected with it.
An introduction to “the sufferings of Christ”, looking at the moral, sympathetic, official, interpersonal, martyrdom, anticipative, and atoning aspects of His sufferings, and noting the differences between sufferings at the hands of men and of God.