We have been seeing God at work in our midst at FBC Langdon and it is only fitting that we remember one of the main duties of a disciple of Jesus Christ. We are called to be His witnesses and to tell our story. You can listen to the audio by clicking on the sermon “Tell Your Story” in the playlist at the right or by following this link. Notes are below (I have filled in the names in the areas that I mention were blank) or at the audio site as a PDF. May you be richly blessed through the Word and may you share that blessing by telling your story about Him.
Here is the audio and notes for Sunday morning’s sermon. You can listen by clicking on the sermon entitled “Escaping the Snares” in the playlist at the right or by following this link. Notes are available below or as a PDF at the audio link. May you be richly blessed through the Word.
Escaping the Snares
2 Timothy 2:14-3:9
Sermon notes 4/21/13
Departing from iniquity
On a firm foundation – Matthew 7:24-25
Set apart as holy – 1 Peter 1:13-25
Standing for truth
Dealing with brothers – v. 22-23
Dealing with unbelievers – v. 25; 1 Peter 2:11-12
Getting rid of snares – Judges 1:27-2:5
Escaping false freedom – 2 Peter 2:17-22
Finding true freedom – Galatians 5:13-14; 1 Peter 2:13-17
Sermon from Resurrection Sunday to celebrate the culmination of God’s plan in the death and resurrection of His Son. Audio is available by selecting the sermon date in the player on the right or by following this link. Sermon notes are here on the page and also available on the audio site. May you be richly blessed through the Word.
It has been a great week in the Lord here at FBC Langdon. We had a good time meeting together on Saturday to talk about the direction of our ministry as we move toward starting intentional small group discipleship in our church. Sunday was a lot of fun as well. One of our youth shared a song with us (which I unfortunately can’t put on here), but it was a blessing. The message is about our mission from God, to make disciples. I know we talk about it a lot, but that is only because it is the one main task that Jesus left for us to do. May you be richly blessed through God’s Word and may you grow as a disciple of Jesus.
We had a great time this week as we gathered to worship the King of Kings. The sermon this week is a little different sort of take on the story of Palm Sunday. We talked a lot about the donkey of the Messiah and about service to the King. I pray that you will be blessed through God’s Word as we encounter Jesus our Savior lowly and riding on a donkey.
We had a great day together in the Lord. The sermon this week is about our great mission as a church body. Essentially looking at the mission our Savior gave to each of us individually, but also corporately as a body of Christ. I pray that God will richly bless you through His Word.
7 The beginning of wisdom is this: Get wisdom.
Though it cost all you have, get understanding. – Proverbs 4:7
I have a funny post queued up for later in the day, but I wanted to get this up first. I have been doing several messages in the last few months playing off of this realization that we frequently misunderstand or make up meanings for obscure or difficult things in Scripture. It is based on something I heard from First Fruits of Zion a year or two ago. I found a couple of video clips on youtube that give a fuller explanation of this concept that I highly recommend. It will take about 15 minutes of your time to watch these two clips back to back. It is time well spent.
I know the end of the second clip includes a promo for some of their study material, but I can say this. Their study material is some of the most in-depth and thorough stuff I have ever seen. When I got my first copy of Torah Club Volume 4 several years ago, I went through it with a fine tooth comb to look for areas of questionable scholarship or theological issues. These guys do a great job of providing information as well as the sources that go into their materials and conclusions. I highly recommend their work to anyone I talk to these days and I always enjoy checking out their new materials. I currently have a small wishlist going for stuff I haven’t yet managed to purchase.
Here is one last video that talks about some of the deeper Hebraic concepts in the Gospels. Enjoy.
Sorry I am late posting this sermon. I had a busy week last week and spent a couple of days on the road. We had a great service despite the snowy conditions outside. The sermon deals with the story of the demon possessed man in Mark 5. There are no notes available for this week. May you be richly blessed through the Word.
We had a wonderful time together in the Lord this week. We were privileged to get a report from a member of our local Gideon camp on the work that they do and have a chance to contribute to that work as well. For those of you unfamiliar with their mission and ministry, I invite you to check them out and support their efforts to spread the Word of God to the nations.
The sermon this week deals with Jesus’ yoke and the call He gives to us to take on that yoke. Notes are available below for your study and to follow along with the sermon. May God richly bless you through His Word.
The Master’s Yoke
Sermon notes 2/19/12
Rest is connected with obedience
Rest isn’t realized until eternity
A Yoke and a Burden
Acts 15:10 – Yoke is Torah
Matthew 23:2-3 – Burden is obligation (Luke 11:46)
We are continuing our series looking at some of the difficult and/or misunderstood sayings of Jesus this week. This Sunday we examined Matthew 11 and the discussion of John the Baptist and his role. The notes are available for you to follow along or study further and as always, your comments are welcome if you would like to leave one. May God richly bless you through His Word.