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Bible talks at Sojourn Bible Church Brisbane.

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Our regular pattern is to look at sequential sections of a Bible book.

We're convinced God speaks the Bible, so we aim to echo what he says in the text in the sermon or Bible study.

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Bible talks at Sojourn Bible Church Brisbane.

Catch up on a talk you missed.
Revisit if you'd like to dig deeper.

Our regular pattern is to look at sequential sections of a Bible book.

We're convinced God speaks the Bible, so we aim to echo what he says in the text in the sermon or Bible study.

    Psalm 16 - Raised

    Psalm 16 - Raised

    Introduction
    The verse about resurrection (16:10)
    Not just kept alive a little longer

    David’s life beyond death (Exodus 3:6 cf. Mark 12:26–27)
    n.b. ‘the God of David’ in 2 Kings 20:5, 2 Chronicles 21:12, 34:3, Isaiah 38:5

    The resurrection of David’s greatest Son (16:10b, Acts 2:24-32, 13:34-39 cf. 2 Samuel 7:12-13)

    A psalm about something better than unimaginably long life
    Safe with God (16:1)

    Enjoying God:


    knowing he is our highest, best good (16:2)
    delighting in his people (16:3)
    not joining with people who serve false gods (16:4)
    knowing God is enough (16:5-6)
    prizing his direction (16:7)
    anticipating eternal pleasure (16:8-11)


    Conclusion

    • 31 min
    Psalm 22 - Forsaken

    Psalm 22 - Forsaken

    Introduction
    Quoted on the cross (118:1 cf. Mark 15:34)

    The psalm fits Jesus better than its writer
    the Spirit of Christ… predicted the sufferings of Christ and the subsequent glories (1 Peter 1:10-12)
    Suffering and glory hinged on verse 21


    Christ’s prayer as he suffered (22:1-21)

    Why have you forsaken me? (22:1-2)
    It’s not like you. Our fathers trusted and you came through (22:3-5, cf. Deuteronomy 31:7-8)
    I’ve had no help and I’m mocked for trusting you (22:6-8)
    I’ve always trusted. Please save (22:9-11)
    They’re ready to kill me (22:12-13)
    You’re killing me! (22:14-15)
    — the true horror of the cross —
    The wicked have pierced me (22:16-18)
    Save me! (22:19-21a)


    Christ’s confidence in the subsequent glories (22:21-31)

    After you save, I will praise you (22:22-24)
    I’ll be praised not mocked (22:25-26)
    All nations will say you saved me (22:27-31)


    Conclusion

    • 29 min
    Psalm 118 - Rejected

    Psalm 118 - Rejected

    Introduction
    Who’s speaking

    my-I-me and our-we-us
    the king’s voice (118:10,14-16,19)


    The psalm’s theme (118:1,29,2-3)

    Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures forever!


    The king experienced the LORD’s steadfast love (118:5-15a)

    his people praise the LORD who saves (118:15b-16)


    The king’s confidence in the LORD’s steadfast love (118:17-22)

    his people rejoice in God’s king and call on God to save (118:23-27)


    God is good to us (118:28-29)
    Fulfilled in Christ Jesus (cf. Mark 11:9, 12:10-11, Acts 4:10–12)

    Jesus’ people share the same confidence (Hebrews 13:5-6, 12:5–6)


    Conclusion

    • 28 min
    Psalm 110 - Lord

    Psalm 110 - Lord

    Introduction
    The king’s Lord

    greater than David (110:title-1, cf. Mark 12:35-37)

    Jesus is

    a King who rules (110:1-3)
    a priest forever (110:4)
    a warrior who wins (110:5-7)

    Conclusion

    Jesus is a warrior who wins, don’t try to ignore him
    Jesus is willing to be your priest forever, lean into his sacrifice
    Jesus is the king who rules, serve him eagerly

    • 31 min
    Psalm 2 — Son of God

    Psalm 2 — Son of God

    Reading: Psalm 2
    Introduction
    Freedom fighters (2:1-3)

    freedom is impossible (2:1,4)
    attempting freedom is offensive (2:5)

    The Son of God speaks (2:7)

    there can be no freedom from him (2:8-9)
       - Jesus (cf. Mark 1:1,11;9:7;15:39)
    there is freedom with him (2:10-12)

    Conclusion

    • 29 min
    Mark 14:1-16:8

    Mark 14:1-16:8

    Reading: Mark 15:33-16:8

     

    Outline
    Introduction

    A sudden ending (16:8)

    Jesus said what would happen


    he has already died as king (14:61; 15:2,9,12,14,17-18,26,32,39)
    he has already died to save (10:45,14:27,36,15:31)
    he is raised to rule (16:1-8 cf. 13:26,14:62, Daniel 7:13-14)
    his gospel must be believed and preached (13:10, 1:15)

    Conclusion

    • 28 min

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