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He Declared to You His Covenant
Deuteronomy 4:9-31

Rev. Justin Borger

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HE IS YOUR LIFE - The book of Deuteronomy consists of three sermons Moses preached on the plains of Moab, just before the Israelites entered the Promised Land. This was a pivotal moment for the people of God. After leading the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt and through the wilderness for forty years, Moses was about to die. And so, in this great farewell address, Moses reminds God's people of who God is, what he has done for them, and what he promises to do in the future.

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DEEP AND WIDE 2019 - In Ephesians 3, Paul prays that we might know the breadth and length and height and depth of Christ's love and "be filled with all the fullness of God" (Ephesians 3:19). How can people like us--who are so limited--be filled with such an endless abundance? These are just a few of the questions that are taken up in this topical sermon series which explores key passages related to St. Paul’s seven major ministry areas (Worship, Discipleship, Community, Local Missions, Global Missions, Youth and Children). Indeed, the mission of God is nothing less than to fill all things with his glory through people he created in his image and is recreating in his likeness.

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WE HAVE SEEN HIS GLORY - An exploration of the wonder of Christmas according to the prologue of John's Gospel (John 1:1-18). This series will lead us into the New Year as Pastor Justin continues to preach through John's Gospel.

ABRAHAM'S CALLING & OURS - In the beginning, God called all things into being out of nothing. But even after humanity's fall, God continues to call. The story of Abraham is the story of how this call continues. It's the story of how God blesses his people and calls us to be a blessing by faith in Jesus Christ.

CONSIDER YOUR GIFTS - According to Scripture, every believer has been blessed with one or more spiritual gifts for the building up of the body. This a vital element to our calling as Christians.

FREEDOM THROUGH THE GOSPEL: LIVING BY GRACE AS GOD INTENDED - The freedom we experience in the gospel empowers us to live in a right relationship with God.

IF ANYONE WOULD COME AFTER ME: LESSONS FROM LUKE ON DISCIPLESHIP - Learn what Jesus meant when He called people to follow Him

WISDOM FOR LIVING: A STUDY OF PROVERBS -The book of Proverbs is unique in that by reading it we learn how to live wisely and skillfully in all areas of life.

1 TIMOTHY: LIFE IN THE HOUSEHOLD OF GOD - 1 Timothy was written to a young pastor and a struggling church in Ephesus, but it contains a timeless message for every church. This epistle provides one of the clearest answers to the question, "What should the Church look like?"

EXODUS: GOD IN OUR MIDST - The Book of Exodus is the second book of the Bible describing the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt. Listen as our pastors open up the Book of Exodus so we can be reminded that God was and still is in our midst.

ACTS - Tells the story of how Christianity began and spread. Listen as our pastors open up the Book of Acts so we can be encouraged by God's acts then and today

THE ART OF GIVING - Stewardship is more than handling your finances well. It’s encompasses all of life and being faithful in even the little things.

CHURCH LEADERSHIP - It is important that we understand the biblical qualifications for church officers that we choose and for officers to understand their responsibilities to the Lord and his people.

CONFERENCES - Audio recordings from recent conferences held at St. Paul’s

- Daniel makes it clear that God is in control of all human events that have unfolded or will occur in later times. At the same time he shows us how to live a godly life in an ungodly culture – like our own

EXODUS - God in our midst

THE FAMILY - Sermons on the Christian Family

GUEST PREACHERS - Sermons of note by visiting Biblical teachers and ministers

HOLY WEEK - Reflections on the suffering, death, and resurrection of Christ and the eternal difference his redemptive work makes in our lives

HAGGAI - Haggai called God’s people to ‘seek first the kingdom of God’. By God’s grace, the people listened and were richly blessed with God’s presence, protection, and the joy of obedience.

- Malachi's announcement and a warning that “the day is coming” when the righteous will rejoice

NEHEMIAH - Reviving and reforming the people of God demanded years of Nehemiah’s life. Through the Lord's servant, we learn enduring principles of godliness and leadership.

PARABLES - The Lord’s most vivid portraits of the kingdom of heaven. The parables of Jesus search our hearts and try our attitudes, showing us the truth about ourselves and pointing the way God wants us to go.

PSALMS - Study of select Psalms

REVELATION - What does Christ think of His church? Join us for a study of the seven churches of Revelation

ROMANS - Learn who we are, who God is, and what our place in this world ought to be as those who have been transformed by the good news of Jesus Christ

RUTH - In an environment of moral chaos and confusion, we find a family persevered by God’s grace, whom He blesses in a surprising way

- Celebrate the birth of Christ and the coming of God’s Kingdom

- The man after God’s own heart, at his best and at his worst, fighting in faith and falling into sin in need of forgiveness- lessons God can use to move us to new levels.

THESSALONIANS - Paul's letters to the church at Thessalonica gave thanks, exhortation, and instruction and each relates to a practical aspect of Christian living

TOPICAL - Sermons by our staff (or members) at ST. PAUL'S