Monthly Archives: October 2016

Survey of the Gospels Part 6 (Sunday School, October 30th, 2016)

Topic: The Book of Mark (Survey of the Gospels)

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday School

Date: October 30th, 2016

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The Covenant Love of God Part 2 (Worship Service, October 30th, 2016)

Title: The Covenant Love of God Part 2

Passage: Psalm 90

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: October 30th, 2016

Very few men really consider God’s wrath against sin. Very few know the anger God has with men when they turn from the reverence due to God. It is with this dire condition of mankind in mind that Moses turns in vv 12-17 to seek the mercy of the eternal God. These verses reflect how a man of God seeks the grace of God in light of the sad reality of the frail human condition. If God is our dwelling place, these verses show how he is so for his own.

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Psalm 42 Exposition (Sunday School, October 23rd, 2016)

Topic: Psalm 42

Speaker: Pastor Pastor Phil Siefkes

Service: Sunday School

Date: October 23rd, 2016

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The Twenty-Third Psalm (Worship Service, October 23th, 2016)

Title: The Twenty-Third Psalm

Passage: Psalm 23

Speaker: Pastor Phil Siefkes

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: October 23rd, 2016

  1. The psalmist talks to other people about God (vv 1-3)
  • He is the God-Who-is-Enough
  • He is the God of abundance
  • He is the God of restoration and guidance
  1. The psalmist talks to God about God (vv 4-6)
  • He is the God of wisdom and comfort
  • He is the God who provides
  • He is the God of loving-loyalty
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The Covenant Love of God (Worship Service, October 16th, 2016)

Title: The Covenant Love of God

Passage: Psalm 90: 12-17

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: October 16th, 2016

Very few men really consider God’s wrath against sin. Very few know the anger God has with men when they turn from the reverence due to God. It is with this dire condition of mankind in mind that Moses turns in vv 12-17 to seek the mercy of the eternal God. These verses reflect how a man of God seeks the grace of God in light of the sad reality of the frail human condition. If God is our dwelling place, these verses show how he is so for his own. So Moses’s prayer suggests three ways we must seek God’s grace:

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Survey of the Gospels Part 5 (Sunday School, October 9th, 2016)

Topic: The Book of Mark (Survey of the Gospels)

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday School

Date: October 9th, 2016

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The Sin of Man & The Wrath of God (Worship Service, October 9th, 2016)

Title: The Sin of Man & The Wrath of God

Passage: Psalm 90: 5-11

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: October 9th, 2016

If your doctor has bad news, you don’t want him to keep it from you. The Spirit of God in Scripture does not withhold from us the reality of our plight. Our passage this morning is one such passage. The point of the sermon is that, while God is an eternal dwelling place for those who trust in him, man is weak and finite. These verses are really an expansion upon Moses’s words in v 3: You return man to dust and say, ‘Return, O children of man!’ Here we see two important realities that every believer must appreciate:

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Survey of the Gospels Part 4 (Sunday School, October 2nd, 2016)

Topic: The Book of Mathew (Survey of the Gospels)

Speaker: Eric White

Service: Sunday School

Date: October 2nd, 2016

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The Eternity of God (Worship Service, October 2nd, 2016)

Title: The Eternity of God

Passage: Psalm 90: 1-4

Speaker: Pastor Ryan Martin

Service: Sunday Morning Worship Service

Date: October 2nd, 2016

At this point, my plan is to preach Psalm 90 in three sermons. Moses writes this Psalm to God as a prayer for his saving grace, and in so doing urges all men to trust the eternal God of grace. That’s the big idea, that we should trust God. Here we see three aspects of our eternal God’s character that makes him trustworthy.

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