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Justified by Faith Through Grace

Dr. H. T. Spence | Jun 11, 2017

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The Meditations of Two Young Men
Date: Nov 30, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Proverbs 4:20–27
Summary: Meditations must be biblical and they must be consistent. This message views Samuel and his growing up with his thought life affecting every season of his life. But there is also Solomon whose precious thought life changed and took him into a world against God and against truth.
The Meditations of the Word of God
Date: Nov 27, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: 1 Timothy 4:9–16; Jeremiah 15:16; Matthew 1:19, 20a; Luke 2:46–51
Summary: Meditations must be influenced by the Word of God for communion and fellowship with God. There is also the need of meditation to overcome the thoughts of the Devil or to resist the Devil.
The Thoughts and Ponderings of Joseph and Mary
Date: Nov 27, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Luke 2:15–20, 51, 52
Summary: How do we respond to thoughts about circumstances as are seen in the life of Joseph and Mary. Meditations can be prompted by situations in life, but God must intervene in the event to resolve the meditation or pondering.
The Giving of Thanks in the Crucible of Mandates
Date: Nov 24, 2022
Service Type: Thanksgiving Day Sermon
Scripture: Daniel 6:6–10
Summary: Can we find thanksgiving to God in our hearts when nothing but tragedy and trouble is evident? Daniel did so.
The Importance of Meditation
Date: Nov 20, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Joshua 1:1–9
Summary: What is meditation and how is to affect the Christian heart and living?
The Ready Mind of the Christian
Date: Nov 20, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Peter 5:2
Summary: We must ever be in a ready mind of thought for God and have the understanding of consistent thinking for our spiritual well-being.
God’s Word in Time of Need
Date: Nov 16, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Peter 4:12–19
Under the Wings of Christ
Date: Nov 13, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Ruth 2:8–12; 3:1–14
Summary: This message reveals the wings of the Passover in our conversion and the wings of Christ’s skirt in His love and care for us.
The Gleaning Field of Boaz
Date: Nov 13, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Ruth 2:1–23
Summary: We must never be ashamed of the field from whence we glean the truth. When our children grow up and become what God intends for them to be, we dare not take as parents the full credit for it but remember the school and the church that contributed to their lives as well.
Bitterness and Its Power of Control upon the Christian
Date: Nov 9, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Ruth 1:18–22
Summary: This message takes the perspective of bitterness as a side effect of apostasy in the End Time. It comes in a variety of contexts, but Christ must be the answer to all our bitterness.
I Am a Believer
Date: Nov 6, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Acts 5:12–20
Summary: This message takes us to the beginnings of the early church and the first-time deception that came into the church that brought a judgment from God. We must live what we profess; we must live what we say we believe.
What Happens When We Become a Christian?
Date: Nov 6, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 12:1–14
Summary: This message unfolds what takes place when we become a Christian and how our lives change when it comes to the appointments by Christ in Himself and in the Body of Christ.
Spiritual Depression: Failing to See God’s Grace in the Life
Date: Nov 2, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 20:1–16
Summary: The parable of Matthew 20 and believing what we have done for God is worthy of God’s penny. Are we saved by our works or by the grace of God alone?
Reformation of the Past and the Apostasy of the Present
Date: Oct 30, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Hebrews 10:35–39
Summary: An unfolding of the Reformation in the 1500s, yet what is the state of Christianity today? The failures of present reformations, as we wait for the Son from Heaven.
Possessing our Possessions in Christ
Date: Oct 26, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Joshua 13:1–6
Summary: How does a Christian possess his possessions in Christ, and how does he maintain them; also, what warnings are given to retain the Canaan land of living the Christ life?
Christ: the Tiller of Our Ground
Date: Oct 23, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 28:23–29
Summary: How does our ground overcome the curse of sin? It will take the tilling of Christ in us and upon us for the change to come.
The Imperative Need of a Tiller of My Ground
Date: Oct 23, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 13:1–9, 18–23; Genesis 2:4–17; 3:14–19; 4:1–5
Summary: Our ground is cursed and we will need a tiller, but not the tillers of this world. Such tillers know not the “curse” that is upon the ground of humanity. Christ is the appointed tiller for us.
The Fellowship of His Sufferings
Date: Oct 19, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Philippians 3:10
Summary: What is meant by the “fellowship” of Christ’s sufferings? How did Christ suffer? How do we suffer? All of our sufferings must be in the fellowship of His.
The Mind of the Christian When Sorrows Come
Date: Oct 16, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: James 1:1–12; Isaiah 35:10
Summary: How often we fail when the sorrows of life come in a variety of ways. The thought life of a suffering one must be established on the Revelation of God, for only then will faith secure the life in its living through the sorrow.
He Carried Our Sorrows
Date: Oct 16, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 53:1–5; 1 Thessalonians 4:13
Summary: The Man of sorrows, Who was acquainted with grief, carried our sorrows on the cross. What are sorrows and what is their purpose as an integral part of the Christian life?
The Will of God and Our Response
Date: Oct 12, 2022
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 21:28–32
Summary: The parable of Matthew 21 reveals a son who refused to do the will of God but afterwards repented, while the second son said he would work in the father’s vineyard but did not. Yes, the first son “repented” and did the will of the Father. Yet, as a people of God, do we encourage our youth to seek and “do” the will of God?
Wherefore Comfort One Another with These Words
Date: Oct 9, 2022
Service Type: A Congress for the Christian Remnant
Scripture: 1 Thessalonians 4:13–18; Titus 2:12, 13
The Singular History of God’s Plan: Part One
Date: Oct 7, 2022
Service Type: Forwarding the Faith
Go, and Tell This People
Date: Oct 5, 2022
Service Type: A Congress for the Christian Remnant
Scripture: Isaiah 6:1–13
The Terror of the Mind
Date: Oct 2, 2022
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 54:14
Summary: The End-time attack on the Christian mind must find a protection for the mind. That protection is to be found in the One Who created the mind, God Himself.