In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches Psalm 45 on a royal king's wedding and shows the Messianic tones throughout.
Hebrews 1 attributes Psalm 45 to Jesus. So we learn that Jesus, our Bridegroom, will receive us, His Church, to Himself when the wedding will be eternally consummated at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb (Rev 19).
Pastor Geoff preaches the gospel at the annual banquet for Civil Servant Ministries in Springfield, IL. Here the gospel goes forth in the very middle of the Lincoln Presidential Museum as many hear the gospel at this banquet.
How to get a burning heart for God? How do we see the glory of this Christ?
1. Embrace Your Savior!
2. Enflame Your Heart!
Listen to more on how this work of God happens in the soul.
Psalm 101 emphasizes 'walking in the way of integrity'. To walk in integrity is to be a whole, complete, well-rounded, balanced man walking in the ways of the Lord & in the fear of the Lord.
In this psalm, 9 ingredients are given so as to walk in the way of integrity.
Make certain that your eyes are upon Christ, the perfect man of integrity, and resolve in your heart to walk in the blameless way!
Pastor Geoff preaches Psalm 118 and shows how believers must "give thanks" to the LORD for He is good & for His everlasting, covenant-keeping love.
Psalm 118, also, is Messianic in that it points to the coming Messiah, the Lord Jesus Christ. Psalm 118 is the song given to the nation of Israel to teach them how to respond when Messiah appears -- and that is exactly what happened when Jesus presented Himself as the Jewish Messiah during the "Triumphal Entry". Psalm 118 plays a very significant role during the final days of Jesus' life (the Passion week).
This sermon walks through the Passion Week and shows how Psalm 118 points to Jesus Christ as the "stone that was rejected" yet has become the "Corner Stone."
"Give Thanks to the Lord, the Creator & Deliverer in These 3 Ways"
In this thanksgiving message, Pastor Geoff exposits through Psalm 33 and provides 3 ways to refocus on God and His wonderful ways this Thanksgiving holiday season...
1. Sing in praise to God!
2. Stand in awe of God!
3. Secure your hope in God!
Pastor Geoff exhorts us to engage in constant and committed prayer.
7 pastoral suggestions as you give yourself to prayer...
Pray till you pray. (Pray in your praying)
Pray with an open bible
Pray starting w praise & thanksgiving
Pray bewailing your sins
Pray laying hold of Christ
Pray specifically & largely
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches Psalm 87 and shows how Zion, God's City, is a beautiful city because God sovereignly chose to 'set His love upon her'. It has a rich history in the past and a rich history still to come in the future (Messiah's 2nd coming, where Christ will rule during the Kingdom).
In this psalm, we saw the
1. City of Zion
2. Community in Zion
3. Celebration in Zion
Pastor Geoff preaches the next stanza of 8-verses in Psalm 119 [the 'teth' stanza] which centers on the theme of the "Goodness of God." God is good & all that God does is good. God even brings afflictions for our good and by His good grace.
This message provides 6 ways that the goodness of God is manifested in these 8 verses.
Behold the goodness of God & worship Him!
"Glory to God Alone [SDG: Soli Deo Gloria] - 4 Supremely Helpful & Practical Instructions!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches part 2 of the study on God the Holy Spirit. In Ephesians 1:13-14 Paul extols the beauty of the Divine Spirit and we see this in the following headings:
1. the SEALING of the Spirit
2. the PROMISE of the Spirit
3. the GUARANTEE of the Spirit
4. the PRAISE of the Spirit
This sermon seeks to show how the Spirit dwells in and guarantees our future inheritance if we are 'IN CHRIST.' Worship this great God and adore His great name for His awesome salvation!
"Glory to God the Spirit Who Seals Believers Forever!"
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff continues the exposition through Ephesians and begins a series on the Holy Spirit. God the Spirit works in and through His Word but never apart from His Word.
We must hear the word of truth, the gospel of our salvation, and then when we believe we are sealed with the Holy Spirit forever.