Sermons on Grace
1 Peter 5:12-14 Peter closes his first epistle with greetings and an exhortation regarding the truthfulness of his message. Pastor Rod Bunton concludes this series with a review of the truths of the grace of God contained in 1 Peter and in other scriptures.
Pastor Doug Link answers questions submitted by class members. What is the extent of our “radical” depravity? What is the order of salvation? How do we properly understand seemingly contradictory verses? Is election unconditional or conditional? Is election corporate or individual?
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?
Pastor Doug Link tackles a confusing topic among Christians: if God is sovereign over all and determines who is saved, why should we evangelize? NOTE: Due to technical difficulties, the recording only covers the first 17 minutes, 30 seconds of the lesson.
Charlie Greenwell concludes his survey of the Gospel of John to find teaching related to the doctrines of grace. Note: Audio of the Steve Lawson presentation has been removed due to respect of copyrights.
Charlie Greenwell surveys the Gospel of John to find teaching related to the doctrines of grace.
Pastor Doug Link teaches on the last letter in the T.U.L.I.P. acrostic.
Ben Khazraee teaches about the distinctions between and coexistence of God’s divine sovereignty and our responsibility in salvation.
Doug Link continues in this series on the Doctrines of Grace by teaching about the “U” in the T.U.L.I.P. acrostic.
Pastor Ben Khazraee teaches about the “L” in the T.U.L.I.P acrostic: Limited Definite Atonement.
Doug Link explores the “I” in the T.U.L.I.P. acrostic: Irresistible Grace.
Ben Khazraee discusses the solution to the problem discussed in the previous lesson (total/radical depravity).