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Jesus is a better hope than the Old Testament law and priesthood could give. Why? Because the law gave a priesthood that brought imperfection, impermanence, and was impotent. But Jesus brings perfection, permanence and power. So in and by Jesus we can truly draw near to God.Ted Wenger
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At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our assistant pastor Rev. Andrew Bekkering preached about having confidence in the Spirit, remarking on three true things for believers: assured life, present life, and future life.Rev. Andrew Bekkering
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I. The process of reconciliation in personal and church discipline, vv15-17. II. The responsibility and authority of the church in cases of church discipline, v18. III. The assurance we have of God the Father answering our prayers in cases of church discipline, v19. IV. The presence of Jesus in cases of church discipline, v20.…
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I. Melchizedek is a type of Christ, vv1-3. II. Melchizedek is greater then Abraham, and so also is Jesus, vv4-7. III. Melchizedek's Priesthood is greater than the Levitical Priesthood, and so also is the Priesthood of Jesus, vv8-10.Ted Wenger
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Key Verse- -We destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ-- -ESV---Aim- To understand that church life and ministry is serious--I. Doctrine- God's Church Shepherds Are Both Tender And Fierce -A. We Are Gentle Lambs Toward Repentant Sinners -Lk. 7-47-48--B. But We Are …
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What should we do if someone in the Christian community sins against us? I. If we’ve been sinned against, we should confront the person personally and privately, v15. II. If they won’t listen to just you, you should take others along, v16. III. If they won’t listen to two or three people, take it to the church, for judicial action, v17. IV. If they…
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Editor's Note- Due to technical difficulties, the recording does not include verses 15-16 but picks up at verse 17 being read.--Key Verse-v. 26- -Then -Pilate- released for them Barabbas, and having scourged Jesus, delivered him -Jesus- to be crucified.- -ESV---Aim- To revel in the fact that Jesus took our place on the Cross, thus giving His church…
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Who is this mysterious Melchizedek? And how does he resemble Jesus? I. Melchizedek resembles Jesus as a king and priest of God Most High, v1. II. Melchizedek resembles Jesus because he is king of righteousness, v2. III. Melchizedek resembles Jesus because he’s the king of peace, v2. IV. Melchizedek resembles Jesus in that his priesthood wasn’t here…
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Key Verses-vv. 14-15- -And Jesus found a young donkey and sat on it, just as it is written, 'Fear not, daughter of Zion- behold your king is coming, sitting on a donkey's colt-' - -ESV---Aim- To understand why King Jesus came to earth- and to live by faith in Him
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For Palm Sunday at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our senior pastor Rev. Craig Bailey preached about triumph, specifically how we often look for triumph in the wrong places. As believers, we must live lives of triumph as defined by Christ.Rev. Craig Bailey
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Jesus says "See that you do not despise one of these little ones." To despise is to look down on them, or think little of them, and then treat them like they are insignificant or detestable. I. Don't despise them because of their guardian angels, v10. II. Don't despise them because of their Good Shepherd, vv12-13. III. Don't despise them because of…
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At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our senior pastor Rev. Craig Bailey finished up his mini sermon series on the first six verses in First Peter. His final observation is that extreme obedience to God's order requires fearless faith.Rev. Craig Bailey
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I. We must take great care that we aren’t a stumbling block to other Christians, vv5-6. II. We must be alert as the world puts stumbling blocks before us, v7. III. We must take great care that we don’t stumble ourselves, vv8-9.Ted Wenger
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At Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Charleston, SC, our senior pastor Rev. Craig Bailey preached again in his sermon series from First Peter. He focused on a seventh observation from the first few verses in chapter 3: We must decorate our lives with what Christ gives to us, which is a gentle and quiet spirit.…
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