Sunday Morning 8/30/09

A wonderful day in the Lord and fellowship with His family here in Langdon this week.  I pray that this sermon is a blessing to you as much as it has blessed me to learn and share what God taught me in the process.  We are still working from the Torah readings at this point, although this sermon covers a lot of extra ground in Scripture by way of explanation and clarification.  Press the play button to listen in on the sermon and you are welcome to follow along with the notes below.  I tried to replicate the Hebrew words in the notes below, but please note that the letter that looks like a W is as close as I could get to the Hebrew letter Shin in my editor without finding the keyboard layout for it.

Wonderful Words of Life

Sermon Notes for 8/30/09

  1. What is the purpose of God’s Law?

    1. To show the Way of Life

      1. Deuteronomy 32:45-47; Matthew 4:4 (Dt. 8:3)

      2. John 6:60-69; Matthew 19:16-17

    2. Following the commandments of the Law does not justify you – Galatians 3:10-14

      1. The curse of the Law– Deuteronomy 28:58-61

      2. Isaiah 53:3-6 and Deuteronomy 21:22-23

    3. Jesus instead gives us the blessing promised by faith

      1. Galatians 3:5-9, 21-22

      2. Romans 10:5-17

  2. Return, Repent and Rest – Isaiah 30:15

    1. The Hebrew word for repent – Shuv

      1. Picture language represents “destroying the house”

      2. bW

    2. Entering God’s rest – Hebrews 4:1-7

      1. Adding the letter “Tav” represented by a cross in the picture language to the Hebrew word Shuv gives the word Shabbat or “Sabbath”

      2. tbW

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