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The Lord Our Heritage

Text: Psalm 16
Speaker: Hank Kampen
Date: November 26, 2006

In this week’s sermon Hank Kampen, a pastor at Grace Bible Church, explores the message of Psalm 16.


Faith Which Overcomes Death

Text: Hebrews 11:20-22
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 19, 2006

After spending three weeks considering the faith of Abraham, this Lord’s Day we will examine the faith of the three patriarchs who followed Abraham.

Why is so much less written about each of these men? Why does our author choose these particular events from the lives of Isaac, Jacob, and Joseph? What do these men share in common? Is it harder to be a second (or third or fourth) generation Christian?


The Death and Resurrection of the Son of Promise

Text: Hebrews 11:17-19
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 12, 2006

This Lord’s Day we will consider one of the most moving events in all of Scriptural history, as God asks Abraham to sacrifice his only beloved son, Isaac. What kind of faith would make a man willing to do such a thing? Is there anything you would not give to God? Are you now experiencing a great trial of faith?


The Miraculous Birth of the Promised Son

Text: Hebrews 11:11-12
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 5, 2006

This week we will consider how by faith, Isaac was born to a father and mother who were 100 and 90 years old.

The birth of Isaac is a picture of the miraculous birth of Christ. His birth is also a picture of our miraculous new birth by God’s sovereign power. With God nothing is impossible!

Does this mean that we can ask God for whatever we want whenever we want it? How should we exercise our faith?


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Text: 2 Thessalonians 3:1-5
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