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Dr. Dennis Lowry | Sep 21, 2008

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The End-Time Accusations Against God's People
Date: Feb 16, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 20:7–18; Revelation 12:7–12
Summary: The Devil is known for accusing God's people day and night before the Throne of God. This message reveals how these accusations will increase. It unfolds these accusations throughout the Bible against God's people and ultimately against our Saviour justifying us before the Father.
The Man of God for His Times
Date: Feb 9, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 1:4–19; Jeremiah 1:1–3
Summary: The call of Jeremiah in his contemporary age. The message takes the 3 parables of Matthew 24 and 25 in light of the final generation before Christ's coming. The burden of the need of preachers for our time, for this generation, but men who will preach the full Gospel of Christ.
The Man of God and His Calling
Date: Feb 9, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 1:1–4, 11–19
Summary: The call of Jeremiah in the light of unworthiness versus inability. The man of God must see the first but not look upon the second, for God is his ability.
God’s Strange Work: Part One
Date: Jan 31, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
God’s Strange Work: Part Two
Date: Jan 31, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
What Is a Dispensation?
Date: Jan 29, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 30:15–18
Summary: A man of God must find God's dispensation for his time. Preaching must be known even in the "out of season," when it is not accepted. The new covenant that is to come to the Jewish nation in the future must be known now by us.
The Swelling of the Jordan
Date: Jan 26, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 11:18–23
Summary: Jeremiah lived just before the Babylonian Captivity. God reveals his family will turn against him but he must keep with the coming troubles. If the footmen wearied him, how would he do with the coming horsemen and the swelling of the Jordan. Our generation is in such an hour.
The Call of Jeremiah and God's Security
Date: Jan 26, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 12:1–7; Jeremiah 1:1–4
Summary: In the calling of Jeremiah the Lord promised him that he would be with him and strengthen him for what was ahead. The promise of God is also given to us in the light of what we face in the End Time as found in Romans 8.
The Strange Religion in a Strange Land: Part Six
Date: Jan 24, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Call of God and Isaiah's Response
Date: Jan 22, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1–13
Summary: This message carefully presents the sequence of the Gospel coming to an individual according to Romans 10. Then the call of God to Isaiah but seen through the paradox of both God's open invitation and the response of the individual.
The Strange Religion in a Strange Land: Part Five
Date: Jan 17, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Prayer of Habakkuk
Date: Jan 12, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1–5; Habakkuk 2:1–4; Habakkuk 3:1–2
Summary: A review of the first two chapters and then entering the prayer of Habakkuk as his faith is now resolved and resolute in the Vision God showed him.
Habakkuk's Prayer and Song of Resolved Faith
Date: Jan 12, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Habakkuk 3:1–2, 16–19
Summary: The word of the Lord, called the "vision" now causes the prophet's heart to rejoice. No matter what happens in the judgment upon Judah, the prophet will rejoice in the Lord and in His salvation.
The Strange Religion in a Strange Land: Part Four
Date: Jan 10, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Vision from the Lord to Habakkuk
Date: Jan 10, 2020
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1–5; Habakkuk 2:1; Habakkuk 3:1–2
Summary: This message carefully unfolds chapter 2 of Habakkuk, when God speaks to the prophet of how He will judge not only Jerusalem but also the Chaldeans for their sins. Through it all, the just must live by "his" faith in God's Word.
The Burden, Vision, and Prayer for Our Time
Date: Jan 8, 2020
Service Type: Opening Sermon to the Schools
Summary: First message for the opening of second semester of the Foundations Schools, taken from the Book of Habakkuk. What we will need for this crucial year.
The Burden of Habakkuk in the Light of Our Times
Date: Jan 8, 2020
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Habakkuk 1:1–4; Habakkuk 2:1–2; Habakkuk 3:1–2
Summary: Would God take a very evil nation to judge a nation of less evil? Would this become true of America?
The Night Seasons a Christian Will Face
Date: Jan 5, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 21:11, 12
Summary: There are night seasons of the world's history and night seasons of the Christian. Twelve warnings are given concerning the night seasons Christians will face. Three night seasons Jacob faced.
The Strange Religion in a Strange Land: Part Three
Date: Jan 3, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Unknown That Is Ahead
Date: Dec 31, 2019
Service Type: Watch Night Sermon
Scripture: Genesis 28:10–16
Summary: Jacob was requested of his parents to leave home at 77, to go to Haran 500 miles away from Beer-Sheba. He faced many unknowns for the journey as well as the next 20 years. When he met God at Bethel, he made 7 observations needed for the future.
The Infancy of God: The Aftermath of Christ's Birth
Date: Dec 29, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 2:13–23
Summary: The precious story of Jesus' birth and all it entails is followed by the Rejection of the Infancy of God. Many were told of His birth; only a few came. We also witness Herod's rejection and assassination attempt; rejection of Judaism's rulers; flight into Egypt; living in the stump town Nazareth. Each stage deepens in rejection and becomes a prelude to history.
The Infancy of God: His Early Years
Date: Dec 29, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 2:39–40
Summary: Luke 2:40-52 speaks of the early years of the young child and his submissive obedience to God and to His parents.
The Coming Shepherd Ruler
Date: Dec 24, 2019
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Matthew 2:4–6; Hebrews 13:20, 21
Summary: In Matthew 2:6, the prophecy of Micah 5:2 presents the Ruler as being a shepherd. In the Greek, it reads "Which shall "shepherdize" my people Israel. Thus, the "Rod" and "Staff" purpose is to rule our lives as a Shepherd.
The Strange Religion in a Strange Land: Part Two
Date: Dec 23, 2019
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Infancy of God: The Little Lamb of Revelation
Date: Dec 22, 2019
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Revelation 5:1–14
Summary: Jesus is called "the Lamb of God" by John the Baptist: this message takes the history of the Lamb in shadow and type and the words of the New Testament concerning what John meant by this title. The message then enters into the Book of Revelation concerning "The Lamb" in the diminutive form and its meaning in the 27 contexts of its usage.