Matthew 5:1-10 We must discern between the doctrinal application of what Jesus said and the spiritual application for us as “instruction in righteousness.” We can only discern the difference by following the principle of 2 Timothy 2:15—“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word […]
Sermons and Bible Studies from the pulpit of Bible Baptist, filed by category and tags.
Use the SEARCH button for greatest results.
You can specify a topic or a verse to get results.
Men’s Breakfast devotion April 5, 2014 Luke 13:6-9 This is a parable—An earthly story to illustrate a spiritual truth. There was a vineyard owned by “a certain man.” Upon an inspection of his vineyard, he noticed a fruitless fig tree. It wasn’t the first time he noticed this barren fruit tree. It had not had […]
The “sermon on the mount” appeals to modernistic churches who teach a “social gospel,” salvation by works, and living by “the golden rule” (7:12). Problem is, no one can keep the “golden rule” in this dispensation of grace.
John 5:1-9 Last week we saw Jesus at the Sea of Galilee. “After this,” Jesus walked from Galilee to attend a feast in Jerusalem (v. 1). As we walk with Jesus through the pages of the Bible, every step He took was a step of mercy, grace, and truth. In today’s text, Jesus’ steps lead […]
The use of Peter’s boat would allow more people to hear Christ speak. What a blessing to have one of our possessions put to use so people can hear God’s Word.
Luke 4:16-30; Isaiah 61:1-2 Jesus was raised in Nazareth (v. 16). This is His first visit to His hometown since His baptism. But Jesus wasn’t well received. Jesus’ return to His hometown reminds me of a baseball player named Del Ennis. During his career, he hit 288 home runs. He hit 25 or more home […]