LORD’s Day #18 (2022)

A Song of Praise. Of David. I will extol you, my God and King, and bless your name forever and ever. Every day I will bless you and praise your name forever and ever.

Psalms 145:1-2 ESV

Today, we have officially moved to our new location at PCU-UTS Asian Mission Center. Though our pastor is not with us due to important circumstances, we are blessed to hear messages that extol God’s glory in all things, especially in saving sinners.

Herald of Grace Covenant Bible Church of Cavite

SOME Excerpts and Lessons from TODAY’s MEssages

1. Pray
2. Ponder
3. Practice

If the preached Word did not make a radical change in one's life, then he is fooling himself.

Come from your knees to the sermon , Come to your knees from the Sermon

C.H. Spurgeon
Text: Rom 11:36
“For from him and through him and to him are all things. To him be glory forever. Amen.”
How does the passage demonstrate God's glory? 
1. God's glory is the ultimate cause of all things 
2. God's glory is the sole purpose of salvation

"Salvation is ultimately not for you or for me but for God's glory alone!"

There is no part of our life or conduct however insignificant which should not be related to the glory of God.

John Calvin
Text: Hebrews 2:1-4
How do we know that we have a great salvation?
1. The life of the Apostles testified to it.
2. The power of God confirmed it.
Christ, the Substitute
Text: 2 Corinthians 5:21
Message: Christ as the Substitute of and for sinners is the foundation of our plead for men to be reconciled to God. 
I.	Its Divine Initiation 21a
II.	Its Mysterious Execution 21b
III.	Its Justifying Application 21c

Because Christ took our sin, He was treated as sin and received the full force of God’s wrath against all of our sins, we can be right with God. 

The Sinless One was treated as Sin. When the Judge of all the earth said, “Where is Sin?” Christ presented himself. He stood before his Father as if he had been the accumulation of all human guilt; as if he himself were that thing which God cannot endure, but which he must drive from his presence forever.

C.H. Spurgeon

“We ourselves, brethren, impure though we be, could not bear this (sin); how much less should God with his pure and holy eyes bear with that mass of sin, and yet there it is, and God looked upon Christ as if he were that mass of sin. He was not sin, but he looked upon him as made sin for us. He stands in our place, assumes our guilt, takes on him our iniquity, and God treats him as if he had been sin.”

C.H. Spurgeon

Blessed Lord’s Day!


Published by Jeff Chavez

Sinner saved by grace

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