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Isaiah 52:12-15

Hywel R. Jones   |   September 14,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah

An examination of the dual themes of sufferings and triumph in the Servant Songs of Isaiah and how the one preceeds the other.

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Isaiah 53:10-12

The purpose, worth, and benefits of the Servant of the Lord.

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Isaiah 53:7-9

Isaiah 53:7-9 is a prophetic summary of the life of Christ from life to death. 

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Isaiah 53:1-3

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   September 21,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Isaiah 53

An Old Testament predictive poem about the future sufferings of Christ.

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Isaiah 53:4-6

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   September 7,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Isaiah 53

An Old Testament prophecy about the suffering that Christ would undergo on behalf of his elect.

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Isaiah 52:13-53:12

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   September 7,2010   |   Old Testament, Isaiah   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Isaiah 53

Isaiah 53 is the hinge of the book of Isaiah and the most quoted section of scripture in the New Testament.

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Job 19:25-27

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   July 26,2010   |   Old Testament, Job   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series

Job presents an anticipation of the New Heavens and New Earth contrary to many exegetical proposals.

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Repentance to Bring Blessing

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   March 2,2010   |   Old Testament, Hosea   |  Type: Lecture Series

Hosea makes an indictment against the visible people of God of covenant breaking, disloyalty, and infidelity of an ungrateful kind which Christians can be found guilty of as well.

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2009 Graduate Charge

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   May 29,2009   |   New Testament, 1 John   |  Type: Lecture Series, Commencement

Idolatry for the Apostle John is any idea of the true God that is not in keeping with his self revelation in Jesus Christ.

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Genesis 3:21-24

The acts of God in clothing Adam and Eve and their subsequent extirpation from the garden are chiefly merciful acts.

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Genesis 3:16-19

The act of Adam renaming his wife Eve is significant because it refers to something new in the redemptive purpose of God.

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Genesis 3:14-15

The Lord responds to Adam and Eve's sin in justice and mercy, anticipating the cosmic battle between Messiah and Satan.

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Genesis 3:8-13

Restoration and recovery can be attributed only to the intervention of God and only because he is the Lord God.

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Genesis 3:1-8

Resident Faculty, Hywel R. Jones   |   February 16,2009   |   Old Testament, Genesis   |  Type: Morning Devotions Series, Genesis 3

When Adam and Eve demoted God they demeaned themselves.

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Calvin and Preaching

The preached Word was central to the spiritual flourishing of the church of the reformation as well as the church as it exists today.

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