Sermons from Tabernacle Baptist Church in New Bern, North Carolina. Dr. Scott Gleason, Senior PastorSundays at 10:30 a.m.
A Giant-Defeating Savior, Part 2 [Sunday PM]
Pastor Scott continues our study of the story of David and Goliath.
To Him Be Glory: Our Response to God's Gospel, Part 1 [Sunday AM]
Introduction to Joel, Part 2 [Wednesday PM]
Joel’s primary focus is on detailing the Day of the Lord – a term that speaks to both positive and negative ways God intervenes in human history to bring about His desired end. Negatively, it addresses God’s judgment against Judah and the other nations. Positively, it looks to God’s work of restoration and salvation.
A Giant-Defeating Savior: A Study of David and Goliath, Part 1 [Sunday PM]
How is the story of David and Goliath taught? How do many approach the story and try and apply it to life?
A Clear and Present Danger, Part 3 [Sunday AM]
In Romans 16:17-20, Paul warned the church in Rome to guard against the threat of false teachers. We can be a faithful church when we uphold sound doctrine and protect the church from false teaching. What should the church do in regard to false teaching? Consider four exhortations.
Introduction to Joel [Wednesday PM]
Before turning to Joel, consider the four key promises of the Old Testament that undergird the message of the Minor Prophets. It is the hope of these promises that hangs in the balance in the message of the prophets. How can God be true to His word of judgment against sin and yet fulfill the promises He’s made to His people? Through the language of the Day of the Lord, Joel calls Judah to repent of her spiritual apathy and walk in faithfulness to God’s covenant.