In order to receive comfort from the Gospel, it's necessary first to discover the misery of our fallen condition. The Spirit therefore applies God's Law like bitter medicine to our conscience, exposing sin and purging any proud insistence that we can be justified on the basis of our own goodness.
The Bible supplies us with a number of marital foundations which we considered last time. In this sermon, we're going to explore how these foundations are sometimes undermined and in some cases irrevocably broken. But it's not all bad news. We're also going to see the hope that available to all who rest in God's grace, power and victory in Christ.
The greatest consolation believers have is to know we belong to God as treasured possessions. In this sermon, we examine a prophetic passage that describes the Father's intent to spare sinners through Christ and make them obedient his children.
In this introductory sermon, we consider God's original design for marriage, as the lifelong union of a man and a woman. In spite of the difficulties of matrimony in a post-fall world, we'll see the truth of God's words, "it is not good for man to be alone."