A Transcript Of The Video Study

In our previous study, I suggested The Chronological Chart Of Bible Books should be used as a navigational tool as you journey through the books of the Bible. For this study, I would like to explain how the chart works, so that you can proficiently use it as a guide. There are two charts—one for the Old Testament and another for the New Testament. Let’s begin with the Old Testament books.

1. The Old Testament Books.

Allow me to give an explanation of the color coding scheme, which will help you more easily identify the information on the chart. The color purple highlights the books of the Bible; the color blue highlights the number of chapters for each book, along with any Bible texts that are referenced; the color green highlights the length of time it takes to read the book in a single sitting; the color orange highlights the time period covered by each book; the color yellow highlights explanatory notes for the chart.

Now, notice, at the bottom of the chart is a timeline, or time-box, beginning with the…

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A Sermon Preached by John M’Kenzie at Bedworth on Monday evening, June 1st, 1846

“And all Israel shall mourn for him and bury him; for he only of Jeroboam shall come to the grave, because in him there is found some good thing toward the Lord God of Israel in the house of Jeroboam.”—1 Kings 14:13

The Lord appeared to Solomon twice, and told him if he would keep his commandments, and walk before him as his father David had walked, that the kingdom should not depart from him; but if he forgat the Lord and departed from him, the Lord would depart from Solomon in a temporal sense, as it respected the kingdom of Israel. Solomon sinned and did not keep the commandments of the Lord, for his heart was led away by his wives; he married idolators, practical idolators; they were worshippers of the abominations of the Zidonians, Hittites, Ammonites, and various other wicked nations whom the Lord had said he would cut off. He worshipped idols, departing from the true God, inasmuch as Solomon assented to this abominable worship. He built high places for the worship of these false gods, dishonouring the true God. He even had the…

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“God’s Hand In Jonah’s Life”

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—Sermon—“Signposts For Your Journey Through The Bible: Part 12”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:

A Doctrinal And Devotional Guide Designed To Lead The Lord’s People On A Journey Through The Scriptures According To The Framework Of Sovereign Grace.

• Bible Reading—explaining how to use The Chronological Chart Of Bible Books
• Bible Doctrine—showing two examples of Calvinists diagramming their framework of teachings

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My dear Friend S.,—I am still in a land called Sodom and Egypt, where our dear Lord was crucified, I mean this accursed earth,, where everything is withering under the curse, and sometimes everything good in me seems to he withering and dying away too, and I cannot keep alive my own soul. I know that everything in this world is under a curse, and that we must have been cursed for ever, had not the Lord Jesus come in our nature, stooped under the curse, and been made sin and a curse for us; and certainly he did by his death remove sin and the…

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Epipodius Of Lyons, And Alexander, The Greek, Martyred For The Testimony Of The Evangelical Truth, At Lyons In France; The One Beheaded, And The Other Crucified, About The Year 179

In the seventeenth year of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius, there were slain, among other pious martyrs at Lyons in France, Epipodius, a citizen of Lyons, and Alexander, a Greek by birth; whose imprisonment, suffering, and death occurred in this wise: When the heathen thought that the Christian name was entirely extirpated at Lyons and Vienne, and that no person who confessed it was remaining, these two, as the remainder of the Christians there, were betrayed, accused, and, three days afterwards, placed before the…

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Coming To Jesus”

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The following article was taken from William Gadsby’s work, “The Present State of Religion”, where he dealt with the law as a rule of conduct for the Christian.

Dear Sir,

Friend G. informs me you wish me to write to you, and inform you what law it is that I say the believer is in no sense under. I therefore write to say (though I cannot help thinking you must know) that it is the law given to Moses on Mount Sinai, commonly called the moral law, or ten commandments, recorded in Exodus 20, and hinted at, with its curses annexed to it, in Deuteronomy 27. This is the law I intend, and do venture to say that the believer in Christ is in no sense whatever under it; so that it is not a rule of life to…

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A Transcript Of The Video Study

Yes, Arminians have produced many diagrams for their framework of doctrine. There are far too many to examine for this study. So I have selected as examples three of the more prominent diagrams.

1. The Romans Road.

The Romans Road to salvation is a free will formula of conversion whereby sinners are led on a path to make a decision for Christ. This diagram receives its name from Paul’s epistle to the Romans, as a number of verses are selected from that epistle in support of the free will formula. The Romans Road to salvation looks something like this…

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A Sermon Preached By Grey Hazlerigg On September 26th, 1883

“These all died in faith, not having received the promises, but having seen them afar off, and were persuaded of them, and embraced them, and confessed that they were strangers and pilgrims on the earth.”—Hebrews 11:13

You and I will have to depart from this world, and what we have to think of is to die right. I want to speak to you tonight of those who died right. It is not every professor who dies right, and I am afraid it is not every professor in this place who will die right. Hearing a good minister a great many years is not enough to prepare you to die right, nor hearing a quantity of good ministers. There must be something more than this. The Psalmist says, “Thou desirest truth in the inward parts” (Ps 51:6). That is it; have you and I got it? Oh, think of it, my friends, not merely truth on our lips, and uprightness in our lives, but truth in the…

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“They Did Eat And Were Filled”

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When the Lord Jesus Christ began His ministry He chose twelve men whom He immediately began preparing for the apostolic ministry. It would be the job of these men, following Christ’s death, resurrection, and ascension, to preach atonement by Christ’s blood and carry His gospel into all the world. It would be their lives’ work. Several had been fishermen, now they would be fishers of men.

A lesson at meal time

The Lord taught His disciples by example, parable and miracle. No opportunity was missed to explain to these men the nature and purpose of Christ’s work and their duty, in turn, to minister the gospel of their Master to the hearts and souls of men and women. When the Lord looked out upon the great crowd who had gathered for healing and to hear Him preach, but who were hungry and without food, He saw yet another occasion to enlarge the disciples’ education.

Mark tells us, ‘Jesus called his disciples unto him, and saith unto them, I have compassion on the multitude, because they have now been…

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A Transcript Of The Video Study

Navigational tools, such as a map and compass, are used by travelers when taking a journey into an unknown country. Well, I would like to suggest a set of tools which will help navigate your journey through the books of the Bible. The first of these tools is—

1. The Chronological Chart Of Bible Books.

As you know from our first study in this series on Bible Reading, the books of the Bible are not listed in chronological order. Rather, they are arranged in a logical order—the first seventeen books of the Old Testament are grouped together as historical books; the last seventeen are prophetical books; and the middle five are experiential books. And then, for the New Testament, the first four are…

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“The Excellency Of Christ”

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AN ORDER OF SERVICE FOR DIVINE WORSHIP; DESIGNED FOR PRIVATE DEVOTIONS, FAMILY GATHERINGS AND CHURCH MEETINGS.

Sermon—“Signposts For Your Journey Through The Bible: Part 11”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:

A Doctrinal And Devotional Guide Designed To Lead The Lord’s People On A Journey Through The Scriptures According To The Framework Of Sovereign Grace.

• Bible Reading—introducing a set of navigational tools designed to serve as a guide for one’s journey through the Bible
• Bible Doctrine—showing three examples of Arminians diagramming their framework of teachings together with a set of reasons Calvinists reject them

For the full order of service, including hymns and reading, please follow this link…

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