In this Family Bible Hour study, Pastor Geoff teaches on the important discipline of Family Worship. He presents the need for family worship, the defense for it biblically, and then he provides some helpful and practical ways to structure and implement family worship:
1. Sing the Word
2. Read the Word
3. Pray the Word
Listen to & apply this sermon so that we can train up our children in the ways of the Lord as we shepherd them and daily bring God's Word to bear in the home.
God commands fathers to be the pastor of the home as they shepherd their wives and their children in the ways of the LORD. It is not optional but essential. Parents can never start too young to indoctrinate and educate their children in the Word of God.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches on the unfathomable riches of Jesus Christ (Eph 3.8b). This sermon is more of a thematic, topical message that shows forth the glories and excellencies of Jesus Christ.
We see that He is unfathomably glorious in 4 spheres...
1. in his PERSON
2. in his PERFECTIONS
3. in his PROPITIATION
4. in his PROMISES
Pastor Geoff provides biblical counsel from Revelation 21:3 where John says that the tabernacle of God will be among men in the new heavens and the new earth. This must be a powerful motivation for believers to live holy lives, to be consecrated to Christ, and to flee from all forms of sexual sin.
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches Joshua 23 which is Joshua's farewell discourse to the people of Israel calling them to remember God's past deeds and cling to God Himself in and through the Word.
Listen as Geoff preaches & provides 4 ways to stand strong & follow God in your life.
"Final Words of Pastoral Encouragements to a Faithful Church!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff concludes the expository series through the Book of Philippians and shows how Paul bids farewell to the congregation with 2 heart-warming pastoral encouragements:
1) Greet Every Saint!
2) Remember God's Grace!
Listen to how Paul elaborates on these two important features that should be present in every church.
Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through the Book of Psalms and teaches Psalm 77 on how to have God-Saturated Thinking. The question that the psalm poses is this: "In the troubles of today, how do you find hope and strength for tomorrow?"
The psalm answers the question by directing our focus off of self and on to God and His faithful, supreme, glorious character.
In this psalm, Pastor Geoff preaches through the text and shows how David had enemies who sought to kill him. Meanwhile, David's friends encouraged him to flee to the mountains for safety and refuge.
But David chose to find his refuge in God, to meditate on God's utter Kingship. His perspective led him to dwell on the thought that God will one day destroy the wicked with fire & brimstone but the righteous/upright man will see the face of God!