“The superior excellency of Abel’s sacrifice to Cain’s, lay both in the matter, and in the manner of it; the one was offered heartily to the Lord, the other only in show; the one was offered in faith, the other not; Abel looked through his sacrifice to the sacrifice of Christ, not so Cain. Abel’s sacrifice was a lamb, a …
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The Regulative Principle Of Worship | Why Cain’s Offering Was Rejected By God
“The superior excellency of Abel’s sacrifice to Cain’s, lay both in the matter, and in the manner of it; the one was offered heartily to the Lord, the other only in show; the one was offered in faith, the other not; Abel looked through his sacrifice to the sacrifice of Christ, not so Cain. Abel’s sacrifice was a lamb, a type of Christ, the Lamb of God; a firstling, a figure of him who is the firstborn of every creature; one of the fattest of his flock, expressive of the excellency of Christ.” -John Gill
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The Tabernacle, The Mercy Seat, & 1689 Federalism
The Tabernacle (and later the Temple) was constructed under the direction of Moses, according to the detailed instructions he received from God on Mount Sinia (or Mount Horeb). The “First Section” of the Tabernacle (the Holy Place), stands in distinction from the “Second Section” (the Most Holy Place, or the Holy of Holies). This is not meant to signify two …
Christians Are Happy Warriors!
Christians are called to fight, but one of the ways we fight is with our unwavering joy in the midst of the battle.
PRIDE Festival (Taylor, TX) | Worship In A Den of Lions
The Samaritan woman in John 4 asks Jesus WHERE is the proper place to worship. Jesus answers her by addressing WHO and HOW we should worship. Christ answers this way because the whole world is the place for worship, even in the den of lions.
All Of Life Is Worship | Hebrews 7:26-28
The main point is that Jesus is no ordinary, weak, sinful, dying, priest. He is strong, pure, sinless, and has an indestructible life. He is the Son of God. Jesus Christ has not just come to fit into the earthly system of the priesthood as the greatest and final human priest. Rather, he has come to fulfill and end this …
Why The Church Should NOT Only Sing Psalms
The church needs Scripture, but it also needs an exposition of Scripture. We need this exposition of Scripture in both our preach and our singing. *Don’t mind the sweat. Pastor Joel’s air conditioning went out, and he was preaching up a storm.
Worshiping in the Midst of Lions
This week Connor Hensley an Elder at Covenant Bible church preaches from Psalm 57.
Finding God’s Presence In The Midst Of Pain
David’s enemies constantly reminded him of his failures and God’s apparent absence. However, David combats this constant assault by reminding himself of his past moments in the presence of God. David’s fondest memories of the presence of God are when he was surrounded by the people of God. David remembers the “throng” of worshipers and the “multitude keeping festival.” David …
Is Children’s Church Biblical?
Is it biblically faithful for Christian parents to send their children to a separate ministry on the Lord’s Day? Or should children participate in Lord’s Day worship alongside their parents?
3 Reasons To Stop Using Bethel & Hillsong Music At Church Part 2
In this episode of Theology Applied, Pastor Joel Webbon and his guest, Justin Peters, provide three simple reasons for why churches should not use Bethel and Hillsong music in their worship services.