This is the last episode in this series. In this episode, I summerize and reviewed all of the preceeding material.
Finally, we will look at how we, gentile believers, fit into the kingdom program of God. The Author of Hebrews has a lengthy discussion on how Christ came to mediate the New Covenant. Jesus died in order to forgive our sins. By his gracious forgiveness, we are made righteous enough so that we may enterContinue reading “The Kingdom Covenants Part 3: Gentiles in the New Covenant”
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This sermon explores the question of whether or not it is reasonable that we can claim the Bible as inspired. We are often presented with emotional or illogical reasons for why the Bible is inspired. This sermon is an effort to understand if we do indeed have a logical reason for claiming that the 66Continue reading “Did God Really Give Us the Bible?”
We will focus on the New Covenant in our study. Just like the Mosaic Covenant formed the basis for the Old Testament kingdom, so too the New Covenant forms the basis for the New Testament kingdom. And so as new members of that Kingdom, we need to study the New Covenant because the it isContinue reading “The Kingdom of God Through the New Covenant: The Kingdom Covenants Part 2”
After this overview of the Biblical data about the Kingdom of God in the Old Testament, we will turn our attentions to the covenants. We will narrow our attention to the covenants which form the basis for the relationship that God has with his people. There are three major covenants that we will look at:Continue reading “The Kingdom Covenants Part 1: Abrahamic and Mosaic”
After the first lawsuit, God abruptly switches tones from doom to hope, addressing the reestablishment of the Kingdom of God in the end times. This section starts with a general declaration that God will reestablish Jerusalem as the preeminent city in the whole earth. Then God personally promises to restore David’s Kingdom to greater glory.Continue reading “Micah and the Kingdom: Part 2”
So, a buddy of mine pointed out some editing issues on my podcast. This episode is the same one as before, except it only has one introduction instead of three. 🙂 For a more in depth look at what the prophets say about the Kingdom, we turn to the book of Micah. Micah the prophetContinue reading “[Fixed] Micah and the Kingdom: Part 1”
For a more in depth look at what the prophets say about the Kingdom, we turn to the book of Micah. Micah the prophet lived in a time much worse than our own. During his life, the Assyrians lead by King Sennacherib invaded the Northern Kingdom razing it to the ground. Standing in the middleContinue reading “Micah and the Kingdom: Part 1”
The prophets spoke a lot about that future kingdom, but we focused our attention on what the Old Testament says about the Millennial Kingdom. First, God promises to restore the nation Israel, that is, he promised to rebuild the old, and not give them something new. If God promises to restore the old kingdom, thenContinue reading “The Prophesied Millennial Kingdom”