The annual Puritan Reformed Seminary conference finished on Saturday.
The Conference theme was “The Beauty and Glory of Christ” and my
subject was “Isaiah’s Beautiful Servant.” You never feel you can do
justice to such huge subject in one address. However here is my
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I’d like to commend an excellent, thought-provoking, and heart-warming sermon on the sufferings of Christ. It was preached yesterday by my own Pastor, Rev. Foppe Vanderzwaag. He took us on a tour of Gethsemane, Gabbatha and Golgotha. You can listen to it here.
I also preached a couple of times yesterday. Here’s a quick outline of my sermon on 2 Thessalonians 1:7-10.
1. Christ’s Entrance
- The Lord Jesus will be revealed from heaven (v. 7)
2. Christ’s Entourage
- With his mighty angels (v. 7)
3. Christ’s Execution
- In flaming fire (v.
- Taking vengeance (v.
- He will punish (v. 9)
- With everlasting destruction (v. 9)
4. Christ’s Enemies
- They know not God (v.
- They obey not the Gospel (v.
5. Christ’s Expulsion
- Banished from the Lord’s gracious presence (v. 9)
- Banished from the Lord’s glorious power (v. 9)
6. Christ’s End
- He will be glorified in His people (v. 10)
- He will be admired by His people (v. 10)
Here’s the link, as requested.
Aug 19, 2010 • By David Murray • 3 Comments
This is irresistable.
Time Magazine reports:
This has really been a banner year for catastrophe. Nearly half a million people have been killed in 2010 as a result of natural disaster. Now, despite the typical “end is nigh” rhetoric that is shouted from mountaintops every time tragedy strikes, our home planet is just really being herself and doing what she’s been doing for the last 4.5 billion years.
Sound familiar? It should.
Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts, And saying, Where is the promise of his coming? for since the fathers fell asleep, all things continue as they were from the beginning of the creation (2 Peter 3:3-4).
These are not normal natural disasters but escalating supernatural calls to repent and believe the Gospel (2 Peter 3:9) before the Last Disaster (v.10).