Sunday, September 4, 2016

The Triumph of Grace (Part 9)



Sermon:     GM16-099

Series:         Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, & Applied

Setting:       North Kelso Baptist Church – Kelso, WA

Service:      A. M. Service, September 4, 2016

Subtitle:     The Triumph of Grace (Part 9)

Scripture:   Romans 6:20-23

Subject:      the contrast of results of slavery to two different masters

Scope:        The contrast of the results of being a slave to a pre conversion master and post conversion master are shame and death versus holiness and life.

Scheme:      To prove that God is a better slave-master than sin

Scrutiny:    Why is God a better slave-master than sin?

Solution:    The passage this morning describes two (2) arguments that prove God is a better slave-master than sin; captivity to sin and custody of sanctification.

Sketch:       3B     Paul Challenges his readers to live according to who they are (19-23)

                             1C     …because their strength has changed (Vs. 19a)
                             2C     …because their status has changed (Vs. 19b)
                             3C     …because their sphere has changed (Vss. 20-23)

                                      1D     …previous sphere was captivity to sin (20-21)

                                                1E       Disqualified by sin
                                                        2E       Disgraced by sin
                                                        3E       Died by sin

                                      2D     …present sphere is custody of sanctification (22-23)

                                                1E       Salvaged by sanctification
                                                            2E       Sanitized by sanctification
                                                            3E       Saved by sanctification

Sunday, August 28, 2016

The Triumph of Grace (Part 8)



 SERMON:          GM16-098

SERIES:              Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, and Applied

SETTING:          North Kelso Baptist Church

SERVICE:          Sunday AM (August 28th, 2016)

SUBTITLE:        The Triumph of Grace (Part 8)

SCRIPTURE:     Romans 6:19b

SUBJECT:          The genuine believer having been freed from the ruling power of sin, is now commanded to submit to the ruling power of righteousness, which will in turn lead to holiness.

SCOPE:               To challenge genuine believers to present themselves to God as instruments of righteousness by recognizing themselves to be dead to sin and alive to righteousness.

SPECULATION:         What enables the genuine believer to submit to Paul’s challenge to present their members to righteousness?

SHIFT:                The passage before us implies seven (7) reasons why the believer is able to present their members to righteousness.

SKETCH:           3B     Paul challenges his readers to live according to who they are

(Vss. 19-23)

Sunday, August 21, 2016

The Truimp of Grace (Part 7)



SERMON:         GM16-097

SERIES:              Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, and Applied

SETTING:          North Kelso Baptist Church

SERVICE:          Sunday AM (August 14th, 2016)

SUBTITLE:        The Triumph of Grace (Part 7)

SCRIPTURE:     Romans 6:1-23

SUBJECT:          The genuine believer has died to the power of sin through the death of Jesus Christ and must consider himself being dead in order to prevent sin from domineering the believer enabling the believer to live in holiness to the glory of God

SCOPE:               To enable believers to present themselves to God as instruments of righteousness by recognizing themselves to be dead to sin

SPECULATION:  What breaks the genuine believer free from the domination of sin which results in holy living?

SHIFT:                The passage before us identifies two (2) reasons why the believer is free from the dominance of sin enabling the believer is enabled to live a life of holiness to God.       

SKETCH:           1A     The Believer is dead to Sin (1-14)
                                      1B     Paul Anticipates an Antagonist
                                      2B     Paul Answers an Antagonist
                                      3B     Paul Admonishes an Antagonist

                             2A     The Believer is delivered from Slavery (15-23)
                                      1B     The Confusion suggested by Paul (15a)
                                      2B     The Correction slated by Paul (15-18)

Sunday, August 14, 2016

No Sunday Message


Due to circumstances beyond our control but more than in control by our sovereign God, services are cancelled this morning. There will be no message in today's Sunday in the Study. Lord willing, services will resume as scheduled.

Sunday, August 7, 2016

The Triumph of Grace (Part 6)


SERMON:           GM16-096

SERIES:              Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, and Applied

SETTING:          North Kelso Baptist Church

SERVICE:          Sunday AM (August 7th, 2016)

SUBTITLE:        The Triumph of Grace (Part 6)

SCRIPTURE:     Romans 6:1-23

SUBJECT:          The genuine believer has died to the power of sin through the death of Jesus Christ and must consider himself being dead in order to prevent sin from domineering the believer enabling the believer to live in holiness to the glory of God

SCOPE:               To enable believers to present themselves to God as instruments of righteousness by recognizing themselves to be dead to sin

SPECULATION:         What breaks the genuine believer free from the domination of sin which results in holy living?

SHIFT:                The passage before us identifies two (2) reasons why the believer is free from the dominance of sin enabling the believer is enabled to live a life of holiness to God.       

SKETCH:           1A     The Believer is dead to Sin (1-14)
                                      1B     Paul Anticipates an Antagonist
                                      2B     Paul Answers an Antagonist
                                      3B     Paul Admonishes an Antagonist

                             2A     The Believer is delivered from Slavery (15-23)
                                      1B     The Confusion suggested by Paul (15a)
                                      2B     The Correction slated by Paul (15-18)

Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Repent or Perish!

Grief is on my mind and in my heart. Grief for our nation and its blatant and flagrant rejection of God. It does not matter one whit who wins the election. Both candidates are a punishment and judgment of God. Unless this nation nationally repents of their national rejection of God, God will increase His judgment and punishment upon us. Men will only grow worse in wickedness and unrighteousness. Stop being sidetracked by Trump and Hillary, and get serious about calling this nation to repentance. God has given us a visible illustration in the nation of Israel of what happens to a nation who accepts other national gods, separates God from the state, is multi-cultural, and rejects His moral Law. Hallowed be H is name, His kingdom come, and His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. There is one God and He will not give His glory to another.

Sunday, July 31, 2016

The Triumph of Grace (Part 5)



SERMON:           GM16-095

SERIES:              Renewal Through Romans: The Gospel Defined, Explained, and Applied

SETTING:          North Kelso Baptist Church

SERVICE:          Sunday AM (July 31, 2016)

SUBTITLE:        The Triumph of Grace (Part 5)

SCRIPTURE:     Romans 6:1-23

SUBJECT:          The genuine believer has died to the power of sin through the death of Jesus Christ and must consider himself being dead in order to prevent sin from domineering the believer enabling the believer to live in holiness to the glory of God

SCOPE:               To enable believers to present themselves to God as instruments of righteousness by recognizing themselves to be dead to sin

SPECULATION:         What breaks the genuine believer free from the domination of sin which results in holy living?

SHIFT:                The passage before us identifies two (2) reasons why the believer is free from the dominance of sin enabling the believer is enabled to live a life of holiness to God.       

SKETCH:           1A     The Believer is dead to Sin (1-14)

                                      1B     Paul Anticipates an Antagonist
                                      2B     Paul Answers an Antagonist
                                      3B     Paul Admonishes an Antagonist

                             2A     The Believer is delivered from Slavery (15-23)

                                       1B  The Confusion suggested by Paul
                                       2B  The Correction slated by Paul
                                       3B  The Challenge submitted by Paul
                                       4B  The Conclusion stipulated by Paul