One Book Wonders (5 week series)

One Book Wonders | Sermon 1 - A Proud Nation Brought Down
One Book Wonders | Sermon 1 - A Proud Nation Brought Down (17:45)
Obadiah is the shortest book in the Old Testament, yet the strong, prophetic message of this little known prophet merits careful study. Historically, the setting of the book reaches back to the discord between Jacob and Esau (see Gen. 25:2... more
One Book Wonders | Sermon 2 - Walking in the Truth
One Book Wonders | Sermon 2 - Walking in the Truth (14:32)
2 John is one of the shortest epistles in the New Testament. The language and style is much the same as 1 John. The basic theme of this brief letter is faithfulness to the truth in the midst of false teaching. Believers are exhorted to pra... more
One Book Wonders | Sermon 3 -  Encouragement of Hospitality
One Book Wonders | Sermon 3 - Encouragement of Hospitality (17:05)
3 John is a personal letter written to Gaius concerning the actions of one named Diotrephes. John offers words of encouragement and words of warning. In this vein, 3 John is very similar to the 1 and 2 John. The theme of walking in the tru... more
 One Book Wonders | Sermon 4 - Beware of False Prophets
One Book Wonders | Sermon 4 - Beware of False Prophets (22:20)
The emphasis upon spiritual maturity and stability in 2 Peter 1 prepares the way for the issue of false teachers in chapter two. One cannot respond appropriately to the threat of false teachers apart from a firm grounding the in Word of Go... more
One Book Wonders | Sermon 5 - Forgiveness and Reconciliation
One Book Wonders | Sermon 5 - Forgiveness and Reconciliation
This brief letter is a correspondence written by Paul to a slave owner named Philemon. The implication of the letter is that one of Philemon's slaves, Onesimus, robbed his master and fled to Rome. Somehow Onesimus came in contact with Paul... more
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