Sunday Review, February 10, 2013

Sunday morning I preached a message out of Hebrews 3:7-19 entitled The Danger of Disbelief. The writer of Hebrews issues the second warning in his sermon. The first warning dealt with drifting away from the great salvation that we have experienced in Jesus Christ. This warning dealt with the problem of unbelief of the Jewish forefathers while wandering in the desert. We too may find that we are unbelieving at some point in our lives. The good news is that we can repent of disbelief and return faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. (You can listen to the sermon here!)

Sunday evening I preached a message out of Exodus 9 entitled Plagues 5, 6, 7. Again the Pharaoh of Egypt would not let God’s people go into the wilderness three days journey to serve and sacrifice to Him. We find in the passage of Scripture that God appointed certain times and days for these plagues to come upon the Pharaoh and Egypt. It was the opportunity that Pharaoh had to repent and turn to the Lord, but instead the Scripture teaches us that he hardened his heart to God. (You can listen to the sermon here!)

Published by D.J. Gorena

Follower of Jesus Christ, husband, dad, pastor, and twinless twin.

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