Bro John continues in Jude, which reminds us of the dangers of unbelief and rebellion against God presented in the Old Testament.
Bro John expounds on Jude verse 4, which exhorts the church to be wary of false teachings in the church, and to become familiar and comfortable with the truth of God’s word.
Continuing in Jude, Bro John speaks about the faith once delivered unto the saints, and how we should stand for the truth contained therein.
Bro John begins a series in the book of Jude, focusing on the first two verses in this sermon, which teach us some fundamental truths about God, the plan of salvation, and our place in that plan.
Brother John describes the accuracy and completeness of the historical record presented in the Old Testament, and how that could relate to the dimensions of the tabernacle as a sign of Christ’s return.
Brother John goes through John 17, and points out that Christ prayed not only for the apostles, but for us as well.
Elder John speaks about what it means to worship God in spirit and in truth, the various forms of worship mentioned in the scriptures, and how we should conduct ourselves as worshippers of God.
Bro John finishes up his series on I Peter, providing insights into the ending of Peter’s first letter.
Bro John speaks on the prayer of the Apostle Peter for the church, that God would make them perfect, stablish, strengthen, and settle them.
Bro John sums up the lesson of the book of I Peter, and our call to suffer as a Christian.