Sermons tagged with ‘False Teachers’

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Mustard & Leaven Parables – Mat 13:31-35

Mustard & Leaven Parables 24 January 2021 AM – Matthew 13:31-35 – Parables21 – Scott Childs Introduction: The parables before us today have been interpreted in many ways; therefore, we must proceed carefully. We must interpret the terms consistently with the other parables in this chapter as well as similar terms elsewhere in the Bible. […]

Jeremiah’s Advice – Jeremiah 27-29

Jeremiah The Fruitless Prophet Lesson 11 – Jeremiah’s Advice Jeremiah 27-29 Date: 30 December 2020 – Jer20 Dates and chronology are based largely on Used by permission. 1.         Sign of the Yokes, Jer 27 a.          Jeremiah made bonds (restraint, halter) and a yokes and put them on his neck in Jerusalem, and sent a […]

Do not be a Gainsayer! – Titus 1:10-11

Do not be a Gainsayer! 19 July 2020 AM – Titus 1:10-11 – Tit20 – Scott Childs Introduction: A gainsayer is one who contradicts or denies sound Bible doctrine. Charles Spurgeon wisely said, “A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.” Studying your Bible carefully and learning it well, will keep you […]

Testing Spirits – 1 John 4:1-6

Testing Spirits 16 June 2019 PM – 1John 4:1-6 – 1Jn2019 – Scott Childs Introduction: The word try in our text means to test, examine, prove, or approve. God tells us to test spirits and only accept what passes God’s test. When I am pickling olives, I first approve them. I look at each one […]

Rescuing from Apostasy – Jude 1:22-23

Rescuing from Apostasy 19 August 2018 AM – Jude 1:22-23 – Jude18 – Scott Childs Introduction: A rescue is when a brave person helps someone who is in danger and brings them to safety. Stories of heroic rescues are heart-warming. However, Jude tells us of a rescue mission that is even more heroic. Our duty […]

Descriptions of Apostates – Jude 1:12-15

Descriptions of Apostates 29 July 2018 AM – Jude 1:12-15 – Jude18 – Scott Childs Introduction: God had Jude write his book to inform Christians in the first century about apostates or false teachers who were sneaking into churches and leading ignorant Christians astray. We remember that Jude’s theme is contending for the faith. Transition: […]