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The Deepening Spheres of God's Grace

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

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The Honor of Desires
Date: May 29, 1996
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Exodus 20:17; 1 Timothy 6:10; Romans 1:26–27; Galatians 5:24; Colossians 3:5; Romans 1:31
Summary: It is important to see that God created desire in man that is honorable and not sinful. The problem is not that man has an honorable lust of the eye, lust of the flesh, and the pride of life; rather, it is when sin has affected these desires.
Those Who Desire Him
Date: Dec 24, 1995
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Haggai 2:7; Luke 3:15; Luke 17:22–23
Summary: A sermon presenting the the various longings and expectancies for the coming of Messiah from the perspectives of true and false religions.
The Biblical Christmas
Date: Dec 20, 1995
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
The Hypocrisy of Religious Rightness
Date: Oct 15, 1995
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Matthew 23:1–39
Summary: A message warning Christians against becoming right in one’s own self rather than abiding in the righteousness of Jesus Christ.
Man and Woman with the Bible
Date: Sep 20, 1995
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Jeremiah 9:20–24
Summary: A sermon presenting the burden of how a man versus a woman should be in their relationship with the Scripture and their God-appointed roles.
Let Love Be Not Forced
Date: Aug 13, 1995
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Song of Solomon 2:7
Summary: This message speaks of the importance of love in its relation to Christ as well as to others, and love by nature is not forced, but awakens.
A Plan for Revival
Date: Aug 12, 1995
Service Type: Saturday Evening Prayer Service
Scripture: 2 Chronicles 20:1–22
Pillars of Manhood
Date: May 8, 1994
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Leviticus 19:1–2, 37
Summary: A sermon unfolding the need of living in all the compartments of life, including faith, prayers, family, marriage, courtship, etc., drawn from the regulations of Leviticus 19 with a practical Christian application.
Marriages in Times of Distress: Part One
Date: Dec 5, 1993
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Summary: The first message of two dealing with the Christian view of marriage in times of trouble with a balanced setting forth of the blessing of marriage and its need even in distressful times.
Marriages in Times of Distress: Part Two
Date: Dec 5, 1993
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: 1 Corinthians 7:1–2, 5–17, 25–40
Summary: The second message of two dealing with the Christian view of marriage in times of trouble with a balanced setting forth of the blessing of marriage and its need even in distressful times.
Neo-Fundamentalism
Date: Oct 2, 1992
Service Type: Founder's Day Sermon
The Naturalness of Christianity
Date: Sep 9, 1992
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Song of Solomon 3:9; Song of Solomon 4:8, 11, 15; Song of Solomon 5:15; Song of Solomon 7:14
Summary: A message exploring the word “Lebanon” in the Song of Solomon, and seeing it as the representation of the acquisition of all natural things, the ability to acquire natural things. The importance of natural things in the Christian’s life is emphasized, and how unfortunate it is when a Christian excludes legitimate natural things from their life.
Holy Intimacies
Date: Sep 6, 1992
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Song of Solomon 6:4–9; Song of Solomon 7:10–13; Song of Solomon 8:8–10
Summary: This message explores the Song of Solomon to deal with the holy intimacy of love and its importance of being properly seen in the family, and perpetuated to the children.
Music in the Last Days
Date: May 26, 1991
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Daniel 3:1–19, 25, 28; Revelation 13:1–18
Summary: Quote from this message: “There is coming into the earth a universal form of worship. It always has music. Music is more prominent than preaching.” This message gives the importance of true worship as it relates to music in the light of the end-time changes in the concepts of worship.
The Natural Christian
Date: Dec 14, 1990
Service Type: Closing Sermon to the Schools
Summary: Natural can be one of the most misunderstood words in the Bible because of the variety of contexts in which it is found. This message deals with seven areas the Christian needs to be natural in, with an emphasis on the process in the Christian life.
A Husband’s Crown
Date: Dec 9, 1990
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Proverbs 12:4
Summary: A sermon exhorting the woman to be the crown to her husband`s head and find her strength in being that crown for her husband.
Life’s Greatest Expectation
Date: Jan 3, 1990
Service Type: Wednesday Evening Sermon
Scripture: Isaiah 21:1–10
Summary: We need to view all of life`s expectancies in the light of the great expectancy of being born again. Then, the final great expectancy is to not only see Christ by faith, but to see Him by sight.
The Father’s Sons
Date: Mar 20, 1988
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: John 1:1–4, 9–14; John 2:16; John 3:35; John 4:23; John 5:19; John 6:32; John 8:16; John 10:15; John 11:41; John 12:26–27; John 13:1, 3; John 14:7; John 15:1; John 16:3; John 17:11, 25; John 18:11; John 20:17, 21
The Place of Repentance
Date: Feb 28, 1988
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Dispensationalism
Date: Feb 11, 1988
Service Type: New Testament Bible Lecture
Summary: This lecture draws the distinction between the biblical teaching of dispensations versus the theological system of Dispensationalism.
Holy and Unholy Fire
Date: Oct 18, 1987
Service Type: Sunday Evening Sermon
Women: A Woman
Date: Aug 9, 1987
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Luke 1:26–38; John 19:26–27
Summary: A message to set forth the proper view of a woman in contrast to unbiblical understandings, including those of Roman Catholicism and contemporary philosophy.
Days Before the Flood
Date: Apr 17, 1987
Service Type: Annual Bible Conference
The Artistry of Error
Date: Mar 22, 1987
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Separatism Without Pharisaism
Date: Dec 28, 1986
Service Type: Sunday Morning Sermon
Scripture: Hosea 1:1–9; Hosea 2:1–3, 14–17, 23; James 1:22–25; James 2:8–12
Summary: A life separated unto God is very important, but we must see that it is all of grace through the righteousness of God, and only on that basis we are accepted in God.