Concluding a series of sermons on the Bible's teaching concerning itself, this message looks at the literal interpretation of Scripture: how the Bible transforms us, reveals to us truth, and unites us as the people of God. The book of Ecclesiastes provides a text that is as beautiful as it is true, or, we might say, it beautifully communicates truth. As we appreciate that beauty and acknowledge that truth, God's Word is a source of life for us.
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These are sermons preached during our Sunday worship services. (Recordings were not always successful, so there are gaps in the postings.)
This sermon continues a series on the doctrine of Scripture with a passage that clearly teaches the sufficiency of Scripture. The Bible provides us with all that we need in order to come to a saving knowledge of God in Jesus Christ.
Last Lord's Day, the sermon focused on the teaching of the sufficiency of Scripture. To say the Scripture is sufficient would not be of help to us as ordinary believers were it not for the fact that God has made his Word understandable to us. This doctrine is known as the clarity of Scripture.
This sermon opens a series on the Bible's teaching concerning itself with a focus upon what is referred to as the doctrine of sola Scriptura, or Scripture alone. The Bible, and the Bible alone is the standard, the authoritative Word of God for his people.