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The Uncaused Causer

The Uncaused Causer

Amos, it appears, ministered at a time when Israel was at the peak of its political and military power. Jeroboam, son of Joash (1:1) (known to historians as Jeroboam II), was one of Israel’s most capable military and political leaders. According to the biblical...

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Thinking Clearly about Sphere Sovereignty

Thinking Clearly about Sphere Sovereignty

Many years ago, I heard a well-known preacher claim that duties never conflict. I am older now and willing to question that premise. The truth is, ultimate duties do sometimes conflict with subordinate duties. In these days of lockdowns and vaccines, the dilemma of...

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Doug Van Meter - 5 Sep 2021

When Should We Rest? (Hebrews 4:1–13)

The enduring nature of the Sabbath command (the fourth of the Ten Commandments) is a question that Christians frequently ask. Many think that, while God commanded Sabbath rest under the old covenant, this was abolished under the new covenant—that Christians, in other words, are bound to obey nine of the Ten Commandments. But is this so? Did Jesus abolish the fourth commandment? Are Christians expected to obey it? If so, should we obey in exactly the same way as old covenant Israel? What does a Christian Sabbath look like? Hebrews 4:1–13 offers some insight into these questions.

Scripture References: Hebrews 4:1-13

From Series: "Spiritual Disciplines"

A brief sermon series, shared by the elders of BBC, on personal and corporate spiritual disciplines to help you grow in the Lord.

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Doug Van Meter - 5 Sep 2021

When Should We Rest? (Hebrews 4:1–13)

The enduring nature of the Sabbath command (the fourth of the Ten Commandments) is a question that Christians frequently ask. Many think that, while God commanded Sabbath rest under the old covenant, this was abolished under the new covenant—that Christians, in other words, are bound to obey nine of the Ten Commandments. But is this so? Did Jesus abolish the fourth commandment? Are Christians expected to obey it? If so, should we obey in exactly the same way as old covenant Israel? What does a Christian Sabbath look like? Hebrews 4:1–13 offers some insight into these questions.

Scripture References: Hebrews 4:1-13

From Series: "Spiritual Disciplines"

A brief sermon series, shared by the elders of BBC, on personal and corporate spiritual disciplines to help you grow in the Lord.

Download Audio     Read Online

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God’s word is entirely efficacious; what he says he will do, what he speaks he will accomplish. His word is never uttered into the void and never fails to produce what he intends.

Dennis Cole