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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 20) - Joh 4:42; Joh 5:24; Joh 5:34; Joh 5:40

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56:57 minutes (11.85 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 19) - Joh 3:18; Joh 3:36; Joh 4:10

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60:46 minutes (12.58 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 18) - Joh 1:29; Joh 3:16

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71:53 minutes (14.82 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 17) - Joh 1:7,9,12

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50:57 minutes (10.55 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 16) - Luk 18:42; Luk 19:9-10

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48:43 minutes (10.08 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 15) - Luk 7:48,50; Luk 15:24

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46:35 minutes (9.65 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 14) - Luk 3:9; Luk 5:20

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54:25 minutes (11.25 MB)

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Dealing With Doubts

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66:27 minutes (13.74 MB)

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I. The compassion of God
1. Sometimes Christians focus on the judgment and severity of God and forget about His compassion.
2. God is full of compassion (Psa 86:15; Psa 145:8).

Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 13) - Mar 16:16

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59:42 minutes (12.33 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 12) - Mat 18:14; Mar 1:4

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48:40 minutes (10.06 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 11) - Mat 13:11-15 (Part B)

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62:39 minutes (12.95 MB)

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Lord, Teach Us to Pray

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89:43 minutes (18.53 MB)

Pastor Wagner teaches an extemporaneous Bible study on how to pray.

Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 10) - Mat 13:11-15 (Part A)

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53:33 minutes (11.07 MB)

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Jonah 4

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63:12 minutes (13.02 MB)

vs. 1-9.
A. Apostles (ACT 14:15) and prophets (JAM 5:17) were men of passions as other men; they were
not supermen.
1. passion: Any kind of feeling by which the mind is powerfully affected or moved; a
vehement, commanding or overpowering emotion.
2. Jonah was particularly driven by passion: displeased exceedingly, very angry (v. 1);
despondent (v. 3); exceeding glad (v. 6); despondent, angry (v. 9).
3. His emotionalism put him in a position not unlike that which he seems to have hoped
would be the fate of Nineveh. PRO 25:28.

Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 09) - Mat 10:32-33; Mat 12:31-32

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54:22 minutes (11.21 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 08) - Mat 7:21; Mat 10:22

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67:35 minutes (30.94 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 07) - Mat 6:14-15; Mat 7:15-20

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55:42 minutes (11.53 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 06) - Prerequisites - All Men - Mat 5:29-30

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50:31 minutes (10.4 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 05) - Prerequisites - Evidential Justification, Forgiveness

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64:55 minutes (13.33 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 04) - Prerequisites - Temporal Salvation-2, Effectual Justification

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61:12 minutes (12.59 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 03) - Prerequisites - Temporal Salvation-1

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39:37 minutes (8.17 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 02) - Prerequisites - tuLIP, Eternal Salvation

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59:13 minutes (12.17 MB)

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Problem Texts for Sovereign Grace (Part 01) - Prerequisites - Bible Interpretation, TUlip

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68:05 minutes (14.02 MB)

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Mourning the Loss of a Loved One

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60:49 minutes (12.5 MB)

I. The reality of death.
1. Death is a reality that we must all face (Ecc 8:8).
A. No man has control over the day of his death.
B. There is no getting out of it - "there is no discharge in that war".
2. God alone determines the length of our lives (Job 14:1-5).
A. Our days are determined by God.
B. He has set bounds on them that can't be passed (Job 14:5).
C. The days that we spend here on earth are few and full of trouble (Job 14:1).
3. Our life is short like a vapor (Jam 4:14; Job 7:7; Psa 78:39; Psa 89:47-48; Psa 144:4; Psa 103:15-16).

David's Life - A Warning to Christians (Part 4)

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64:52 minutes (13.4 MB)

C. David didn't restrain and discipline his children.
i. David never displeased his son Adonijah at any time (1Ki 1:6).
a. In other words, David never told him "no".
b. Fathers, it is your job to displease your children often.
c. Your job it to first make them holy, and then happy.
d. Foolishness is bound in their hearts and they will naturally make the wrong decision nearly every time if left to themselves (Pro 22:15).
e. You must be like Abraham who commanded his children, not left them do whatever they wanted (Gen 18:19).

David's Life - A Warning to Christians (Part 3)

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53:31 minutes (11.06 MB)

6. David's failures.
A. David multiplied wives unto himself.
i. Kings were forbidden to multiply wives unto themselves (Deu 17:17).
ii. Multiply - 1. trans. To cause to become much, many, or more; to make many or manifold; to augment the number, amount, or quantity of.
iii. David had at least 10 wives and 10 concubines.
a. Michal - (1Sa 18:27)
b. Abigail - (1Sa 25:40-42)
c. Ahinoam - (1Sa 27:3)
d. Maacha - (2Sa 3:3)
e. Haggith - (2Sa 3:4)
f. Abital - (2Sa 3:4)
g. Eglah - (2Sa 3:5)
h. Bathsheba - (2Sa 12:24)
i. David then took more concubines and wives (2Sa 5:13).

David's Life - A Warning to Christians (Part 2)

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55:56 minutes (11.5 MB)

5. David experienced great victory early in his life.
A. David had a great victory over Goliath.
i. Before going in to battle, David was offered armour to protect himself, but he rejected it, not having proved it (1Sa 17:38-39).
a. We would do well to follow David's example and "prove all things" (1Th 5:21; Eph 5:10).
b. We should prepare to defend ourselves, but safety is ultimately from the Lord (Pro 21:31).
1) We shouldn't trust in our military for safety, but in God (Psa 20:7; Psa 44:6-7).

David's Life - A Warning to Christians (Part 1)

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48:30 minutes (9.98 MB)

David's Life - A Warning to Christians

I. The importance of this study.
1. David was a man after God's own heart.
A. David was abundantly blessed by God.
B. We can learn from good examples in David's life.
2. But David made some very poor choices and was chastened by God for them.
A. As a result, David experienced a lot of pain and heartache that wouldn't have had to be.
B. "Now all these things happened unto them for ensamples: and they are written for our admonition..." (1Co 10:11).
C. "Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall." (1Co 10:12).

Slavery (Part 3)

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69:03 minutes (14.23 MB)

4. An Israelite could sell his daughter to be a maidservant (Exo 21:7).
A. If she was betrothed to her master and she didn't please him, he could not sell her to someone from another nation, but he had to let her father redeem her (Exo 21:8).
B. If he gave her to his son for a wife, he had to treat her like a daughter (Exo 21:9).
C. If the son took himself another wife, he still had to provide her with food, clothing, and sex and if he failed to then she would go free (Exo 21:10-11).
D. If you don't like these laws which God commanded in the OT, remember Isa 55:8-9 and Rom 3:4.

Slavery (Part 2)

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55:11 minutes (11.42 MB)

III. The definitions of the words shows that there is a clear distinction between slaves and servants.
1. Slave - n. I. 1. a. One who is the property of, and entirely subject to, another person, whether by capture, purchase, or birth; a servant completely divested of freedom and personal rights.

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