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The Deepening Spheres of God's Grace

Dr. H. T. Spence | Jul 7, 2002

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The Book of Beginnings - Lecture One
Date: May 22, 2019
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Summary: Introduction to the Summer Studies in Genesis
Growing On in Christ This Summer
Date: May 19, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Samuel 2:26
The Hope and Prayer for Revival
Date: May 19, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 7:1–18, 21–28, 34; Jeremiah 8:20–22; Jeremiah 9:1–3
The Certainty of Biblical, True Instruction
Date: May 12, 2019
Service Type: Baccalaureate Sermon
Scripture: Luke 1:1–4
Summary: Only deeper truth will bring insight and wisdom to the believer.
Joshua and the Conquest of Life
Date: May 12, 2019
Service Type: Graduation Sermon
Scripture: Joshua 1:1–9
Summary: Taking the first nine verses of the book of Joshua and how God prepared him for the task ahead. We have prepared our students, as Moses prepared Joshua. But now Joshua must know God for himself and must know God's anointing and presence in the conquest of Canaan.
The Consciousness of God's Glory in the Christian Life
Date: May 10, 2019
Service Type: Closing Sermon to the Schools
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1–8; Hebrews 11:24–27
Summary: The careful background of the Hebrew word "Shekinah" and "Kabod" and their relationship to the Christian life. How the glory came to Moses and to Isaiah, and the response that is needed from the Christian as the glory of the Lord rests upon him.
The Consistency of the Will in Christ
Date: May 8, 2019
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: John 7:14–17; Hebrews 12:14
Summary: The crucial need of the will of the Christian going beyond the choice of living, but the consistency of living for Christ. The failures in the Christian life tend to be the lack of tenacity in the moment by moment living for God.
The Unfolding of the Cross in the Christian Life
Date: May 5, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 16:13–26
Summary: The work of Christ on the cross is the most powerful work that has ever been wrought in history. Its infinite work is even known in a sinner's life before coming to Christ through prevenient grace. It then works throughout the believer's life, taking him deeper and deeper in the new humanity that Christ as the Second Man came to bring. From sins, to sin, and then the work upon self.
The Cross for My Daily Living
Date: May 5, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:1–7
Summary: The shadows and types in the Old Testament revealing the work of the Cross in providing communion with Christ, failures in the sanctified life, sweetness for the bitter circumstances of life, the fruit for food in time of battle, and the longings for the life when it seems there are no longings. The Cross/Christ is the true theology of the Christian.
Where the Lord Places His Name
Date: May 3, 2019
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Workings of the Cross in My Life
Date: May 1, 2019
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Genesis 22:1–14; Philippians 2:5–8
Summary: This message presents the cross in Christ's life and death, and how we are to observe His dying and death for our own lives as an example in bearing our appointed cross. Christ was obedient even to the death of the Cross, and our obedience must extend to even the submissiveness of our appointed cross. How does the cross come to us? Through our circumstances.
The Cross: The Antidote for the Flesh and the World
Date: Apr 28, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Galatians 4:19–31; Galatians 2:20; Galatians 3:1; Galatians 5:11; Galatians 6:11–16
Summary: To be delivered from the guilt of sin is one thing, but to be delivered fro the present evil age is another. Both are accomplished through the cross of Christ.
The Gospel Principle of the Cross
Date: Apr 28, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Peter 2:21–25; 2 Corinthians 2:17
Summary: In a time when contemporary Christianity speaks of Christ's death and the symbol of the cross, it denounces what the cross meant in the death of Christ other than that Christ died for us. The Cross becomes the symbol of the rejection of the powers of the flesh and self, dying to both of them. It also reveals how ultimate obedience must be.
The City of Confusion
Date: Apr 26, 2019
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Spirit of the Cross
Date: Apr 24, 2019
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 7:36–50; Matthew 26:6–13; Psalm 51:16, 17; Psalm 22:1–6
Summary: What spirit did Christ have in dying on the Cross? It was the meek and lowly spirit. We all must have Christ's "spirit of the cross." Otherwise our trials and testings will produce a stench that is not becoming to the Christian. We must have the precious fragrance of Christ.
The Coming Glory of the Earth
Date: Apr 21, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:22–31
The Offspring of a Generation
Date: Apr 21, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:30–31
The Cross: The Praise of God
Date: Apr 19, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:24–26
The Cross: The Stripping of God
Date: Apr 18, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:18, 19
The Cross: The Hope of Deliverance
Date: Apr 18, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:20, 21
Christ’s Death for the Fulness of Sins
Date: Apr 18, 2019
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Cross: Viewed Through an Open Tomb
Date: Apr 18, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:22–23; Hebrews 2:9–12; Acts 2:6–11, 29–33; 1 Corinthians 15:12–17
The Cross: The Attack on Christ’s Body
Date: Apr 17, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:11–17
The Cross: The Compassing of God’s Enemies
Date: Apr 16, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:11–13
The Cross: The World’s View
Date: Apr 15, 2019
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
Scripture: Psalm 22:6–8