The Genesis of Jesus
The genealogy of Jesus.
We are people of the cross, people of the Spirit, and people of faith.
Union with Christ
Faith in the faithfulness of Christ.
Excursus 3: The Gospel and Your Former Ties: Racism and Classism Exposed
Excursus 2: Remembering the poor.
Not man’s Gospel
False gospels of our Culture.
Astonishment, Anathema, and Approval.
Introduction to Galatians 1.
Guilt, Confession, and Forgiveness.
What do you love?
Work and rest.
Hope in the midst of spiritual depression.
Two ways to live, and the King who rules them both.
Encouragement in Exile.
You are greatly loved.
Visions and interpretations.
Four beasts and the kingdom of Jesus.
Suffering in Exile: The age-old problem, the timeless response, and the eternal hope.
Pride and repentance.
The Most High rules the kingdom of men and gives it to whom he will.
Whom shall we worship?
A stone cut by no human hand.
Engaging with Culture as Faithful Exiles
Comfort from the one who is worthy.
Comfort for the conscience.
Comfort through Christ’s triumph.
Receiving the comfort of the cross through participating in the Lord’s Supper.
Comfort in Christ’s identity, mission, and good news.
Comfort from the Cross Pt. 1: Comfort through the Saviour’s wounds.
A tale of four Redeemers
Finding rest in the Redeemer
God’s faithful love moves us from bitterness to joy.
The return home.
From the fields of Moab to the lineage of the Messiah
Shadow to Substance, part three: David
Shadow to Substance part two: Abraham & Isaac
Advent 2017: Shadow to Substance part one, Adam.
God, Sex, and the Church, part three.
God, Sex, and the Church, part three.
God, Sex, and the Church: Believe the Better Story
Soli Deo Gloria: Glory to God alone.
Souls Christus: By Christ alone.
Sola Fide: By faith alone, part 2.
Sola Fide: By faith alone, part 1.
Sola Scriptura: By scripture alone.
Sola Gratia: By grace alone.
Sola series introduction.
The reality, dangers, and opportunities presented by wealth.
Our great task viewed in light of our Great God.
False doctrine and false teachers weaken the church, so how can we guard against this?
Once we shed the baggage of today’s text, we find that Paul calls us to serve both Christian and non-Christian alike for the sake of the mission of the gospel.
Because of their importance, we have the responsibility to honour and protect our teaching elders.
Justice rightly administered in the church flows from God’s heart and is both discerning and dignifying.
Encouraging God’s Family.
We train ourselves for godliness because we’re confident that Christ will finish the good work He began in us.
Godly conduct from Godward confession.
Qualifications for Elders and Deacons in the Church.
Gender and the Church
Prayer, Adornment, and Gender in the Church
God advances the mission of the gospel through our prayers, presence, and proclamation.
Fight the good fight.
Grace abounds to sinners through the work of Jesus.
The law shows us the presence, power, and penalty of sin in order to show us our need for Jesus Christ.
Defending the truth for the sake of love.
The people, purpose, and prayer of 1 Timothy.
If Jesus has been raised from the dead, then so have you.
He is risen. 1 Corinthians 15:1-8.
Acts 2:22-23. The cross was God’s idea, because it was the only way to save us from our sins.
We will find our joy when we stand in the fear of the Lord.
We remember to rejoice.
God’s will for your life: Die to self, live to Christ, enjoy what he has already approved.
Only a faith in Jesus can make sense of the injustice, ignorance, death, and evil that the Preacher sees under the sun.
Good government, bad government, and King Jesus.
Death, timing, and the work of God.
The frustration and futility that we see in Ecclesiastes is not meant to drive us to despair. It’s meant to prod us towards the One beyond the sun.
Notorious B.I.G., Pablo Escobar, and the vanity of loving money.