Sermons from November 2019
God does not change, he never changes, he is immutible, it is a theological term we employ to describe one aspect of Gods Character. Together with his character is his word and promises, being as perfect as he is, they too never change.
Grow in the Grace and Knowledge of God But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen. 2 Peter 3:18 Introduction: As many of you may know from my testimony, my walk with the Lord hasn’t been as faithful as it is today. For long periods of time I wasn’t reading my bible and consequently I wasn’t growing. Yet in March 2014, when I…
“I Will Call Them My People Which Were Not My People” Romans 9:25, Paul the apostle quoting the book of Isaiah referring to the Israelites, the disobedient and gainsaying people, but also an allusion to you and I. Unlike Israel, gentiles could never make the claim that we were ever Gods people. If we were brought not nigh by the blood of Christ, we too should have been ‘like unto Sodoma and made like unto Gomorrah’. But we were brought nigh, we were not the people of God, but faith in Christ turned us about. So too will it be for Israel, a remnant indeed shall be saved.
Perhaps it may seem unusual for the Bible to describe the manifestation of the riches of the Glory of God as that represented in his sovereignty as it does so wonderfully in Romans 9:14-24, yet that is exactly how Paul ascribes the manner in which The Lords Glory is known.