Every week we want to bring to your attention expository, Gospel-centred sermons from pastors across Canada. We hope that you become familiar with some of the faithful ministers of the word in our nation. We also hope that you will be edified on your daily commute or whenever you listen to these messages. We lastly hope that you learn about the churches where these pastors minister, so that you can easily find Gospel-centered, expository churches in your region.
George Sinclair on “Humility” from Philippians 1:27–2:11 (Ottawa)
Isn’t it true that you love the truth if it enlarges you, but hate the truth if it accuses you? Isn’t it true that you love the truth if it reveals faults in the other person, but hate the truth if it reveals your own faults? If this is true, how can you say that you love the truth? Isn’t this connected to pride, a commitment to thinking too high about yourself and too low of others? Isn’t there a problem in seeking to become more humble in that you become proud about how more humble you are than others? Let’s look at Philippians 1:27–2:11 to see the glory and the wisdom of the Gospel to address these issues.
Julian Freeman on “Ask The Father” from Matthew 7:7–11 (Toronto)
There are many reasons we give ourselves not to go to God in prayer, but in this passage Jesus teaches us that God is a good Father who wants his children to come to him expectantly.
- You Are Needy
- He Is ‘Gooder” Than You Can Imagine
- Keep Asking, Seeking, and Knocking
Jeff Eastwood on “Injustice” from Ecclesiastes 5:8-9 (Charlottetown, PE).
Happy Mother’s Day! As we continue our walk through Ecclesiastes, we are reminded yet again by the Preacher of our innate sinfulness, especially as it relates to our relationship with our systems of governance. How can motherhood help with this? By raising children who love God supremely, trust Him fully, and obey Him faithfully. Follow along as Pastor Jeff encourages us in the task of mothering from Ecclesiastes 5:8–9.
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