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Nov 19, 2006
Andrew Davis | Nov 19, 2006 | Book Overviews, The Gospel as the Power of God for Salvation
Romans in Church History Some time ago, I received a tape, which I really enjoyed, from John MacArthur’s ministry called "Jet Tour Through the Book of Revelation." And he took the hearers through 22 chapters of Revelation in one hour...
Jul 09, 2006
Andrew Davis | Jul 09, 2006 | Brotherly Love, Peace, Conscience
Introduction: Our Fascination With Building Projects From the very beginning of human history, we have been fascinated by grand and glorious building projects. And the first example of this, of course, is the Tower of Babel, where we sought to...
Jul 02, 2006
Andrew Davis | Jul 02, 2006 | Evangelism, The Kingdom of Christ
Holy and Separate, Yet Engaging Effecting Change As we continue in our study in Romans 14 an incredibly important chapter. I think we come to the point where we are seeing one of the challenges of the church, the evangelical church in the west...
Jun 25, 2006
Andrew Davis | Jun 25, 2006 | Christian Freedom, Conscience
Introduction: The Problem of Balance Some time ago when I was getting some evangelistic training, I heard about a man called "The Great Blondin. Charles Blondin, actually he was a Frenchman, that wasn't his original name. But he had a special...
Jun 18, 2006
Andrew Davis | Jun 18, 2006 | Purpose of the Law, Legalism, Christian Freedom, Conscience
Two Different Men, Two Different Views of Sunday Turn in your Bibles to Romans chapter 14. We continue our study in Romans, we're looking at Romans 14, specifically focusing this morning on verses 5-12. On July 11, 1924, Eric Liddell, took his...
Jun 11, 2006
Andrew Davis | Jun 11, 2006 | Legalism, License, Christian Freedom, Conscience
Introduction: Shunned for Buttons My sister-in-law and her family live in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. And I love to visit there. I love the peaceful rural way of life there. And I remember sleeping in their living room, under an open...
Jan 02, 2000
Andrew Davis | Jan 02, 2000 | The Gospel, Church History, Book Overviews
Why don't you take your Bibles and open to the Book of Romans. We're beginning a new series of sermons in Romans today. Some of the things I've enjoyed as we reach the end of the millennium, the end of the century and started moving on, are the...
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