The Peace of Sovereign Grace • Psalm 3 Part 2
Today’s edition of Triumphal Feast is the conclusion of the message from Psalm 3. In the previous episode, we traced the history of David’s life following the sin of the murder of Uriah. One of the consequences was a coop led by his own son, Absalom. David was forced to flee Jerusalem for his life. While in the wilderness, David gains hope that he will return to the throne. His hope is not based on anything he had done. It was based solely on the unfathomable grace and mercy of God.
This sermon was preached on Sunday, January 9, 2022
There are many that want to enjoy the benefits of the kingdom but they want to do it on their terms and without changing their behavior. This is not the sign of a disciple.
This scene is one of the most remarkable expressions of God’s grace to be found in scripture.
And when Jesus departed thence, two blind men followed him, crying, and saying, Thou Son of David, have mercy on … More
We may find the kingdom on different paths but we all need to give up everything we had before just for this precious treasure.
Jesus’ main argument for teaching in parables is that it is the sovereign right of God to reveal things to some and hide them from others.
Today’s message will further explore the “one faith” of Ephesians 4:5 as well as the other unifying factors of the church of Jesus Christ.
of God is to live and work together in harmony. This sometimes may be a struggle but it is those times of difficulty, when we show mercy to one another, that we are truly sharing the mercy and love of God that He has toward each of us.
When we see how merciful God has been to us, we will be in the right frame of mind to extend grace and mercy to others who need it.
All of the descriptions of the elect child of God given by Jesus are evidences of the Spirit of God already dwelling inside the person.