A Thanksgiving Harvest
Originally preached on November 2006 – November 2008
At a time of year where our daily thanksgivings are expanded and shared with extended family and friends alike, it is good to have perspective. What are we thankful for in life and to Whom? Take time to stop and remember all that the Lord has done and give thanks with a grateful heart.
- Psalms 100
- Philippians 4
The Final Doxology - Romans 16:25-27
Originally preached on November – December 2006
J. I. Packer wrote, “Disregard the study of God, and you sentence yourself to stumble and blunder through life blindfolded, as it were, with no sense of direction.” There is little doubt that the one thing most needed for the church and every believer today is the study of God. In the closing words of the Book of Romans, Paul directs our attention once again to the glory of God. He sharpens our perspective and exalts our eminent Lord. Stephen’s exposition of this great text leads us to proclaim—even to sing—with joy and wonder the greatness of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ. Get ready to sing along . . . to our magnificent Master and King!
- Romans 16:25 - 26
- Romans 16:27