The Word across Canada (September 5, 2018)

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.

Peter Mahaffey on Exodus 25 and 30 (Toronto)

God has delivered his people Israel from slavery. He has become their King and He has commanded Moses that the people build Him a tabernacle that He might dwell in their midst. In order for the tabernacle to be built God commands and invites His people to give freely of their resources. Israel was called not only to give their lives to God but also their resources for His glorious purposes. Christians, likewise, are called by God to be joy-filled, generous givers of their wealth and resources for the purposes of God in His world. As the Scriptures tells us, “God loves a cheerful giver.”

Here is the sermon.

Paul McDonald on “The Mercy of God” from Jonah 3–4 (Toronto)

Jonah preached the shortest sermon ever recorded in the Bible and God caused an entire nation to repent of their sins. Here we see a story about how God’s mercy is relentless, scandalous and active. This truth of God’s mercy is what every Christian needs to meditate on and what our broken world needs.

Here is the sermon.

Robbie Symons on Psalm 112 (Oakville)

Today Robbie concludes this mini-series in Psalm 112. The righteous life built on the solid foundation of Jesus Christ can be fully confident that nothing can shake or revoke the promise of everlasting glory found in the gospel. Join Robbie now for the message, Immovable! Can’t Touch This!

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Rob Snyder on Psalm 90 (Calgary)

This Sunday as we look at Psalm 90, we’ll take time to consider the power of God’s anger, why it is that we die, and the need for a heart of wisdom. Along the way we will explore the surprising reality that we can have joy in the midst of the trials and afflictions of life as we turn our hearts toward God.

Here is sermon link.

Rod Godard on “Lessons On The Journey: A Walk With God” from Genesis 5:21-24 (Surrey)

In this message, we take a look at the life of Enoch and ask the question, how can we be more like Enoch.  So to answer the question, we need to look at Enoch’s life and discover what it was about Him that God noticed and was pleased with.  Three things strike us from the biblical record of this great man:

  • Enoch Pleased God
  • Enoch Walked with God
  • Enoch was a man of Faith

Enoch agreed with God, Enoch walked with God, Enoch trusted in God, and Enoch pleased God.  Enoch lived his entire life for God.

Choose this day to walk with God…

For this message and more on this series on the “Lessons From The Old Testament” go here.

 

*** Descriptions are provided by churches in which the sermons were preached.

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