Before the Lord - Evening Sermon
After a three-month stopover at the house of Obed-edom, the ark of God finally arrived in Jerusalem. This momentous national occasion was marked by rejoicing, sacrificing, dancing, and shouting, with King David himself leading the procession, leaping before the Lord. When he returned home, though, he met his wife Michal’s disapproval for his undignified actions. His explanation? “It was before the Lord.” Alistair Begg challenges us to consider whether we, too, are willing to worship selflessly, exuberantly, and unashamedly in the Lord’s presence.
How Should We Then Live? - Evening Sermon
What we believe about God changes the way we live. In this sermon on Hebrews 10:19-25, we learn how ...
Nothing but the Blood of Jesus
In our fallen state, we are plagued by sin and guilt. Under the old covenant, priests offered regular sacrifices to ...
Seeing Him as He Is - Evening Sermon
In this study from 1 John 2:26-3:3, we can glean the ABCs of Christian living. First, we must ...