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The Bones Will Live: The Doctrine of Regeneration

Text: Ezekiel 37:1-14
Speaker: Mike Kelley
Date: November 25, 2007

In this message Mike Kelley examines Ezekiel’s vision of the valley of dry bones.


The Attributes of God: He is Holy

Text: Isaiah 6:1-7
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 18, 2007

This week, as we continue in our series on the attributes of God, we have come to the holiness of God. Below are several questions to consider.

  • What attribute would most people today is God’s defining attribute?
  • Could you make the case that holiness may be the most comprehensive and important of God’s attributes?
  • What is the normal reaction of people to the holiness of God?
  • Is holiness a communicable attribute of God?
  • Are there things you can do to acquire holiness?

The Attributes of God: God’s Power

Text: Misc.
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 11, 2007

Most people will agree in general that God is omnipotent (all-powerful). It is when we get more particular that questions and differences arise.

Is God so powerful that He can created a rock He can’t lift? If not, why not? Does God control calamities and evil events? If so, how can He be good? Does God control who is saved and lost? If so, how can He be fair? Which of all God’s works most gloriously displays His power? How does God’s power bring us joy and comfort?


The Attributes of God: God’s Infinity

Text: Misc.
Speaker: Jim Newheiser
Outline: PDF
Date: November 4, 2007

What do you need when you are overwhelmed by trouble? A sympathetic hug? A pleasurable distraction? A change in circumstances?

I believe that there is nothing more helpful than doctrine, especially the doctrine of God! It is as we know Him and draw near to Him that our souls are quieted and hope is restored. This week we will resume our series on the attributes of God as we begin to consider God’s infinity.

He is infinite in reference to time because He is eternal. He is infinite with reference to space because He is omnipresent. He is also infinite in knowledge: omniscient. His knowledge is not only extensive, but He is also perfectly wise: choosing the best possible means to the best possible end. How amazing that such a God regards and even loves us. Let us gather with joy to praise Him.


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