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By hearing the Word of God, you will be drawn closer to Him. Dr. Sadaphal preaches Christ, will teach you the Bible, and will transform you into a strong disciple. Visit wcsk.org for more valuable resources.

Preaching Christ with Rev. Dr. C. H. E. Sadaphal Dr. C. H. E. Sadaphal

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By hearing the Word of God, you will be drawn closer to Him. Dr. Sadaphal preaches Christ, will teach you the Bible, and will transform you into a strong disciple. Visit wcsk.org for more valuable resources.

    Ten Features of Wickedness (Psalm 10:1-11)

    Ten Features of Wickedness (Psalm 10:1-11)

    This message talks about ten features of wickedness based upon Psalm 10, which gives us a "perfect representation of iniquity" (Luther). Dr. Sadaphal explains that the most dangerous form of evil is apostasy, or the enemy within that is actually close to Him but then rejects Him. This is the individual who is knowledgeable about God but then renounces Him (because of hatred) and now lives a life doing the exact opposite of what God says. Our Scripture focus will be Psalm 10:1-11.
    (From the series Preaching Through the Psalms, a verse-by-verse exposition of the Psalms.)

    When You Have Not Passed This Way Before (Joshua 3:4)

    When You Have Not Passed This Way Before (Joshua 3:4)

    This message talks about disruptive change, or change that is not on your terms. This type of change tends to unsettle people, leaving them afraid, confused and uncertain. Dr. Sadaphal explains that through Christ, even in the midst of disruptive change, He is the One who provides comfort, clarity and confidence because change never disturbs an unchangeable God. Our Scripture focus will be Joshua 3:4.

    The Final Sermon of Rev. Dr. Charles Haddon Spurgeon Sadaphal, Jr. (Psalm 51:10)

    The Final Sermon of Rev. Dr. Charles Haddon Spurgeon Sadaphal, Jr. (Psalm 51:10)

    In this personal message, Dr. Sadaphal remembers his father who went home to be with the Lord six days before this message was preached. His father was also a preacher, and this sermon was given to the church that his father taught for 26 years. The topic was his father's favorite: heart condition, or the condition of a man's heart before God. Our Scripture focus will be Psalm 51:10.
     

    Why God, Why? (Psalm 10:1)

    Why God, Why? (Psalm 10:1)

    Psalm 10 is a cry of the oppressed in a time of trouble. In a time of adversity, because the psalmist does not understand why things are happening this way, he begins crying to God by saying, "Why, God? Why?" In this sermon, Rev. Sadaphal will provide multiple reasons why God allows His children to suffer, but ultimately concludes that why we suffer is not as relevant as the suffering Christ endured for us on the Cross. He is the One who subsequently strengthens our hearts to endure in times of trouble. Would you rather have an explanation or an eternal God who lifts you up in the suffering? Our Scripture focus will be Psalm 10:1.
    (From the series Preaching Through the Psalms, a verse-by-verse exposition of the Psalms.)

    The Life of Faith (Habakkuk 2:4)

    The Life of Faith (Habakkuk 2:4)

    Habakkuk may be a "minor" prophet but his book has a major message in the Bible: that those who are declared righteous will have one mode of living—by faith. If the righteous will live by faith, what does that life look like? What does that life feel like? How does one live the life of faith in a world that nudges you to live by sight? This sermon will provide clarity and meaningful answers to these questions. Our Scripture focus will be Habakkuk 2:4.

    Jesus and Peter Go Fishing (Luke 5:1-11)

    Jesus and Peter Go Fishing (Luke 5:1-11)

    The kingdom of God is here, and the King who reigns uses His power to bring people into the kingdom. Jesus never recruits by force, but transforms men so that they see God for who He really is, and then see themselves for who they really are. Ironically, when a person therein feels the least deserving of God's grace, that is when the Lord extends the most mercy and pulls them close. In Luke 5:1-11, Jesus and Peter go fishing. Jesus "catches" Peter and then commissions Peter to "catch men" alive.
    (From the series The Gospel of Luke, a verse-by-verse exposition of the third gospel.)

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21 Ratings

NicolasCage98 ,

Preach Christ, teach the Bible, make Disciples

It is such a joy to hear the truth of God’s Word in the middle of a society that is hostile to it.

NelsonMandela205 ,

Makes points like a hammer

Words like fire.

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Obvious power

God has used this preaching to change my life, my theology and my relationship with God. Thank you Rev. Dr.!

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