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

Sermon—“An Introduction To The Book Of Genesis”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• The meaning of the name “Genesis” and the reason why the first book of the Bible is given this designation
• The structure of the Old Testament books as a whole
• The structure of the New Testament books as a whole
• The different types of literature which make up the Bible, and the special significance of historic narrative
• A traditional outline of the book of Genesis
• The special structure of the book of Genesis
• A timeline showing the major time periods recorded in the Bible, from the Old Testament to the New Testament, with special attention given to the book of Genesis
• The relationship between people and events, and how they work together in God’s plan for the ages
• The human author of the book of Genesis and when he wrote it
• The key teachings one should observe while reading through the book of Genesis: (1) it explores the WHY of life; (2) it records the history of sinners under the authority of a covenant of works; (3) it records the history of sinners saved by grace, brought under the authority of a covenant of grace

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

Sermon—“Bible Testaments”

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Some of the points covered in this sermon:
• The two major divisions of the Bible—Old and New Testaments
• A testament is another term for covenant
• Examining the covenants/testaments of the Old Testament
• Examining the covenants/testaments of the New Testament
• Showing how the labels “Old Testament/Covenant” and “New Testament/Covenant” refer to the same covenant—the covenant of grace
• The Old Testament/Covenant is God’s administration (dispensation) of the covenant of grace before Christ came into the world; the New Testament/Covenant is God’s administration (dispensation) of the covenant of grace after Christ came into the world
• The substance of the Old and New Testaments/Covenants therefore teach the same gospel—sinners have always and only been saved according to the terms and promises of the covenant of grace

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These are notes (with amendments) of a sermon preached on Sunday 1 October 2017. They have not been proofread. This is the last part of a short series of sermons on the Bible compared to a plough. The subject of this sermon is the significance of the twofold message of the Bible—the Covenant of Works and the Covenant of Grace.

In his farewell speech to the bishops at Ephesus, the Apostle Paul divided his counsel under two headings: First, a review of his labours and ministry (Acts 20:17-27); Second, a charge to the bishops at Ephesus (Acts 20:28-35). Looking only at the review of his labours and ministry (Acts 20:17-27), Paul reminded the bishops of his past labours at Ephesus—“Ye know, from the first day that I came into Asia, after what manner I have been with you at all seasons, serving the Lord with all humility of mind, and with many tears, and temptations, which befell me by the lying in wait of the Jews.” (Acts 20:17-19) He also informs them of his future labours at Jerusalem—“And now, behold, I go bound in the spirit unto Jerusalem, not knowing the…

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The Holy Scriptures.

The Bible is an infallible Book, and in the noble words of Hooker, the writers “neither spoke nor wrote one word of their own, but uttered syllable by syllable as the Spirit put it into their mouths; no otherwise than the harp or the lute doth give a sound according to the discretion of his hands that holdeth and striketh it with skill.” Nothing less than such a Word will suffice to anchor the fainting soul upon in the day of trouble and in the hour of death, or to satisfy a parched and weary spirit, athirst for the water of life, and craving the shadow of the great Rock. Unless the Scriptures be verbally inspired, there is no authoritative…

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Dr. David Allen served as pastor of the Free Baptist Church, Belvedere, Kent from 1983 to 1990. He has subsequently served as a Deputation Speaker for the Trinitarian Bible Society (TBS) from 2000 to present. He is a Senior Speaker with TBS and highly esteemed for his defense of the Gospel as preserved in the Authorised Version.

The AHB is pleased to have secured Dr. Allen’s ministry for the 2013 Conference. A four-fold challenge was delivered on why the Authorised Version (AV/KJV) of the Holy Scriptures remains the most reliable translation in the English language. The first lecture…

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