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The Wars and Strifes Among the Brethren

Dr. H. T. Spence | Sep 12, 2004

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Entering the Holy of Holies
Date: Jan 10, 2021
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Hebrews 10:19–39; Hebrews 6:18–20
Summary: A careful unfolding of the truth found in Hebrews 10:19 of entering the Holy of Holies and its call to a Spirit-filled life.
The Gold of the Tabernacle
Date: Jan 10, 2021
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Exodus 31:1–6; Exodus 32:1–6; Psalm 45:9–13
Summary: An unfolding of the gold and its meaning within the Tabernacle and the Christian life IN Christ. The burden for the need of more preachers who will draw this gold out of the Scriptures and reveal to God’s people the need of going deeper IN this Christ.
Going Deeper in the Tabernacle of Christ
Date: Jan 8, 2021
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Hebrews 9:1–10; Romans 5:1–2; Romans 1:15–17
Summary: The plenary unfolding of the Tabernacle in the light of being IN Christ, and how the Christ is to be found in the outer court, the Holy Place and the Holy of Holies.
The Symbols of Christ’s Humanity in the Tabernacle
Date: Jan 6, 2021
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Exodus 25:1–8; Ephesians 1:1–8
Summary: The burden of the fine linen and the wood as part of the Tabernacle materials that reveal in type the humanity of Jesus Christ.
The Divine Purpose of the Tabernacle Revealed
Date: Jan 6, 2021
Service Type: Opening Sermon to the Schools
Scripture: Hebrews 9:1–15
Summary: The unfolding of the Tabernacle in the Old Testament becomes an insight to the singular man God Indwells, Jesus Christ. Yet the believer can come to know the indwelling God by the indwelling Christ.
A Life Once Lived: The End of Life in Death
Date: Jan 3, 2021
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Philippians 2:5–8; Hebrews 2:14–18
Summary: Death becomes the door to make the exodus from the one life lived into the next life in heaven.
A Life Once Lived: Aging and Aged
Date: Jan 3, 2021
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Luke 1:5–7; Luke 2:25–26, 36–38
Summary: Although Jesus did not come to the aged season of life, He desired to live His life within the aging saints right on to the end of life.
Now the Birth of Jesus Christ Was on This Wise
Date: Dec 24, 2020
Service Type: Special Service
Scripture: Matthew 1:18
Summary: A most unique statement given by Matthew that introduces the simplicity of Christ being conceived and born in a family environment.
A Life Once Lived: The Transition into the Prime Ministry
Date: Dec 20, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 3:1–17; Matthew 4:1,2; John 1:19–27
Summary: The one life that Jesus lived on earth now enters and the importance of making the transition from one stage of life into the next.
A Life Once Lived: Christ’s Transition into His Public Ministry
Date: Dec 20, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 3:11–17; Matthew 4:1, 2; John 1:28–30
Summary: Jesus entering the Prime Vision of His Living with three crucial events at the beginning: His Water Baptism, His Wilderness Temptation, and John’s announcement of Him being the Lamb of God.
A Life Once Lived: The Conclusion of the Matter of Life
Date: Dec 13, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 2:39–40; Ecclesiastes 12:13–14
Summary: What must govern this life once lived? The conclusion of the whole matter to be found in Ecclesiastes 12:13-14.
A Life Once Lived: Hope for that Life
Date: Dec 13, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Luke 2:25–38
Summary: Jesus had hope all the way back to His mother’s womb. We cannot live life without hope. The unfolding of this important truth is given in this message.
The Meaning to Life
Date: Dec 11, 2020
Service Type: Closing Sermon to the Schools
Scripture: Colossians 2:1–9
Summary: This message calls for the importance of a Biblical presupposition in our receiving of knowledge. Christ and the Bible must be the presupposition of all epistemology.
The Lord Opened the Heart of Lydia
Date: Dec 9, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Acts 16:14–15
Summary: In the light of the Wednesday evening testimonies: how the Lord must open the heart of an individual in order for them to give attendance to the Word of God.
His Body and Blood
Date: Dec 6, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: John 6:51–59
Summary: Taken from John 6 and what it means to “eat” His body and “drink” His blood, in the light of “believing” in Him.
A Life Once Lived: Conception and Birth
Date: Dec 6, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Psalm 22:1–10
Summary: The birth of Jesus to begin His life on earth; God is ever in the beginnings of life.
The Holy Child Jesus: Part One
Date: Dec 4, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The Kingdom of God
Date: Dec 2, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: John 3:3–7
Summary: The New Birth is to bring us into a sight and an entrance into the Kingdom of God. This is most important as an evidence that God has saved us through the power of the New Birth.
The End-Time Power of Post Truth
Date: Nov 29, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Summary: The unfolding of the most recent influence of Post Modernism, that of Post Truth. This message presents its definition and how it has taken over our country.
I’ll Meet You in the Morning
Date: Nov 29, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Acts 1:9–11; Psalm 24:7, 8
Summary: This message given in the aftermath of the passing away of Melvin Love, a deacon of Foundations Bible Collegiate Church. The death of Christ and His resurrected Body in the light of our resurrection.
The Feast of Thanksgiving
Date: Nov 26, 2020
Service Type: Thanksgiving Day Sermon
Scripture: Leviticus 7:11–15
Summary: The first time the word “thanksgiving” is mentioned in the Bible is in Leviticus 7, and it is represented within a “peace offering.” The seven characteristics that mark the Feast of Thanksgiving.
My Past and Its Forgiveness
Date: Nov 25, 2020
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 3:8–14
Summary: This message reveals the power of God forgiving the vilest of sins and that there is nothing we can do about the past sins except place them under the blood. From that moment on we must know the change of life through Christ.
The Prime Meridian of Human History: Part Three
Date: Nov 25, 2020
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
The End Time: The Truth versus The Lie
Date: Nov 22, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: 2 Thessalonians 2:7–12
Summary: The unfolding perspective of “Truth” in the Bible and how we have come to the “Post Truth” of our society.
God’s Truth for the End Time
Date: Nov 22, 2020
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 2 Peter 1:19–21
Summary: The definition of Post Truth in our society and the imperative need of the Word of God and its absoluteness for the End Time.