In this sermon, Pastor Geoff begins a 5-part series looking at the historic doctrine (=dogma) of the Roman Catholic Church. This sermon shows that the Roman Catholic doctrine has explicitly denied Scripture alone.
Then, Pastor Geoff exposits Psalm 19 and shows how God has revealed Himself clearly, sufficiency in Scripture, and authoritatively for life.
Embrace the reality that the Bible -- and the Bible alone -- contains all that we need for life and godliness. God has spoken clearly through His Word. Read it, believe it, understand it, and obey it!
Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through the psalms at the CFBC prayer meetings on Wednesday nights. This psalm models for us how to pray in serious pain. Remarkably, David shows that having a God-centered perspective (='let God be magnified') provides the proper perspective in times of hardship.
True it is that prayer is the medicine for the soul.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff Kirkland continues the exposition of Revelation at the Sunshine Ministries homeless shelter in downtown St Louis.
In this sermon, he pleads with the men to repent and believe in Christ so that they will enter the new heavens and the new earth. This is the glorious and eternal abode for all believers. Those who will escape hell are those who put their faith in Christ now!
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff summarizes Romans 8 by providing nine points as he works through the entire chapter and he shows how this should produce great joy in the believer's life.
From the work of the Trinity to salvation, to the indwelling Holy Spirit, to the ability and obligation to mortify sin, to the promise that God works all things for our Christlikeness, to the eternal security we have in Christ Jesus -- pastor Geoff proclaims the gospel in this sermon.
"Hermeneutics Part 9: Interpreting Poetry & Figures of Speech"
In this Family Bible Hour message, Pastor Geoff teaches on the specifics of interpreting poetry and figures of speech. They really go hand in hand because so many figures of speech are contained in the poetic sections of Scripture.
Pastor Geoff gives guidelines and some definitions of some of the figures of speech so that we can rightly interpret God's Word.
Pastor Geoff street preaches & continues the exposition through John 8 and shows how Jesus offers a full and lavish forgiveness even to the worst of sinners — an adulteress caught in the very act.
Pastor Geoff preaches in the chapel at Brookes Bible Institute in St Louis, Missouri. In this sermon, he pleads with the students and faculty to be constant in prayer and never lose heart!
He works through the parable and then exhorts the listeners to pray constantly, frequently, expectantly, boldly, and joyfully. He then provides 5 reasons why believers should pray and never lose heart.
Listen to this sermon.
"The Song of Eternal Security: The Love of God & Love of Christ!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff concludes the exposition through Romans 8 and he provides five compelling proofs why a believer can never lose his salvation. Salvation is secure, eternal, unfading, and preserved by God.
Listen to this sermon & be comforted in the mighty power of God!
Pastor Geoff gives a brief devotional on the importance of understanding the substitution of Jesus Christ and the corresponding necessity that all God's people will be zealous for good works.
Pastor Geoff open air preaches at the St Louis Mardi Gras on March 1, 2014 in downtown St Louis. The masses walked by toward the reveling and heard the glorious and saving gospel of Jesus Christ.
May Christ be magnified in the proclamation of His Word! May the Spirit of God draw many to salvation!
In this sermon preached at the Sunshine Ministries homeless shelter in downtown St Louis, Geoff continues the exposition through Revelation and reveals the most terrifying moment in all of human history — the Great White Throne judgment.
He calls the men to realize the coming judgment, that no person could ever hide, and that it is a perfect judgment. Therefore, he pleads with the men to repent, come to Christ, believe in Him, and be delivered!
Pastor Geoff provides an explanation of how the New Testament uses the Old Testament. In particular, Pastor Geoff shows how Paul uses Psalm 68 in Ephesians 4. What has baffled many in wondering 'how' Paul used the psalm to further his argument in Ephesians 4, Pastor Geoff endeavors to explain.
Paul used Psalm 68 in context and, in fact, the way in which Paul uses the psalm to enhance his argument in Ephesians 4 could not have been more appropriate and compelling.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff begins the concluding song of 'eternal security' and shows how Paul raises 3 legal challenges to eternal security -- who could oppose me? who could accuse me? who could condemn me?
All of these answers show that the work of God in salvation cannot be undone by anyone or anything. God's gift of salvation is secure!