Sermons by Ben Khazraee
Pastor Ben Khazraee wraps up the series by looking at how the Holy Spirit helps us to walk obediently and to stay on the path to Christlikeness.
Pastor Ben Khazraee concludes a discussion on three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
Does the Spirit still give the gifts of prophecy, tongues, and healings? Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a discussion on these three particular gifts that Grace Church teaches are not still present today.
Psalm 119:33-40 In a message appropriate to set the tone of our prayers for the new year, Pastor Ben Khazraee reflects on a stanza from Psalm 119 that expresses a desire to walk in the way that God shows us.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches about the Holy Spirit’s role in establishing the covenant for believers after the glorification of Christ.
Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a new Sunday School series on The Doctrine of the Holy Spirit with this bird’s eye overview covering who He is and what He does.
Ben Khazraee concludes this series on Leviticus by covering Chapter 27 and reviewing the overall takeaway from the book.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches about the Day of Atonement from Leviticus 16.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches a comprehensive overview of the different types of sacrifices described in Leviticus.
Pastor Ben Khazraee answers questions submitted by class members. If God is sovereign over all, why are we responsible for our sins? Why are some given the opportunity to repent and yet don’t? Would it be more correct to say that God “knows” all things rather than “determines” all things? Was there more than one intention for atonement? Did atonement pay for the sins of the whole world or just the elect?
Ephesians 4:12-16 Pastor Ben Khazraee concludes a two-part series on discipleship, answering two more questions: “Why should we disciple one another?” and “How do we do it?”
Matthew 28:18-20 Pastor Ben Khazraee begins a two-part series on discipleship, answering two fundamental questions: “What does discipling look like?” and “Is it just for pastors, teachers, and missionaries?”