In this sermon, Pastor Geoff shows how David prays for the utter destruction of the evil rulers & officials of the day. Their evil is sourced in the heart and their defilement has existed since the womb.
Indeed, God will judge the wicked but God also promises to reward the righteous.
Pastor Geoff preaches on the brevity of life and the soon-coming death of all people. He calls all the passers by to "consider their latter end" as he preaches on the streets of St Louis, MO.
"Consider the Significance of the Cross--Justification"
Tom Rayborn preaches on the brevity of life, on the horrors of sin, and on the sureness of hell for all who remain unbelieving. He calls and pleads with sinners to repent and come to Christ!
In this sermon, Pastor Geoff preaches the final 2 accounts (of the 5) of this lengthy section that focuses on the theme of CONFLICT (Mark 2:1 - 3:6). Jesus is in conflict with false religion = works-based righteousness.
In this account, we see the AUTHORITY OF JESUS CHRIST -- in particular, over the Sabbath (the central mark and defining feature of Judaism).
Jesus PROCLAIMS his authority over the Sabbath (2:23-28)
Jesus PROVES his authority over the Sabbath (3:1-6)
"Conflict Resolution: 5 Rules of Good Communication!"
Pastor Geoff preaches at a Senior Living Home during the chapel service. He shows how evil and corrupt our day is -- just like Micah's day in the 8th century BC. God sent Micah to prophesy of coming judgment upon the sinful nation of Israel and yet God gave hope in the coming One -- the Prince of Peace -- who is our Peace.
This message talks about the coming 1,000 earthly kingdom when the Lord Jesus Christ will descend from heaven (2nd coming, Revelation 19:11-21) and then establish His kinship on earth from Zion with worldwide peace and worship of the LORD (Revelation 20:1-10). This will endure for 1,000 years.
Get right with this King and repent of your sin & trust in Him today!
Psalm 100 functions as the concluding application to the kingship psalms (Psalms 93-99). The proper response is to shout joyfully, give thanks, come before the Lord, and know who He is. Geoff preaches this psalm and brings out the commands, its structure, its theology, its practical nature, and the importance of the position it plays in the book of Psalms at large.