LTC 2 Samuel Series
Ken Richter • Soldier Creek Church of Christ • Sermon • • 5 views • 22:45
The story of the Bible, and history overall, reveals the constant power struggle of kings and leaders. Even the Son of God was not immune to this struggle. This sermon compares David and Jesus and the controversy surrounding their claims to a throne. This sermon also closely examines the Magi and King Herod in the "Christmas naarative."
Introduction to Old Testament Studies
Introduction to Old Testament with Pastor Ryan. Watched a video link can be found here: https://media.faithlife.com/logos-media/378553-33560806--
Knowing God in all His Word
Marvin Penner • Sermon • • 9 views • 1:09:23
Pastor Marvin gives an overview of 1 & 2 Chronicles which was written to a people who had lost hope. Chronicles points to a future King who would restore hope.
What was the significance of the event called "The Transfiguration"? Who was the 2nd Elijah to come before the Messiah? Why did Jesus claim He did not have to pay a certain tax? What do all these things have to do with Jesus' claim?
v.1: The Bible doesn't tell us who these wise men were, or where they came from. There has been much speculation, but the only thing we know is that they came from the east. Most likely Arabia or Persia. They were magi, not kings. By NT times, the term loosely covered a wide variety of men interested…
GLENN PEASE • Sermon • • 25 views
By Pastor Glenn Pease We live in a world deeply influenced by kings. We do not have one as the head of our government, but they are a part of our environment. "The time is come the walrus said to speak of many things, of shoes and ships of sealing wax, of cabbages and kings." In the children's world…
Paul Hawkins • Sermon • • 22 views
Sovereignty of God 8 (A tale of two kings) What do you do these days if you want to find out about something? – you Google it! [P] Even at work, if we come across something obscure and want to find out about it, we say, “Ask Dr. Google.” The internet has the answer to everything! Right? It is omniscient!…