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In Christ Alone – Part 2 (Isaiah 28:14-16 and Ephesians 2:11-22)

Sermon Outline By Rev. Lance Filio In Part 1, we heard about how God reconciled both Jews and Gentiles to himself. He did it through his Son’s atoning work. Ephesians 2:13-16 uses temple language to demonstrate its reality. In the Holy temple of Jerusalem, God’s presence lies at the center and for the Jewish people, they

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Once Dead, Now Alive (Ezekiel 37:1-14 and Ephesians 2:1-10)

Sermon Outline Sermon reading by Elder Isagani Ong | Written by Rev. Nollie Malabuyo In his book Chosen But Free, Norman Geisler writes, “Like a drowning person, a fallen person can reach out and accept the lifeline even though he cannot make it to safety on his own.” Really? Is a fallen, unregenerated person like

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In Christ Alone – Part 1 (Joel 2:28-32 and Ephesians 2:11-22)

Sermon Outline Introduction Our last sermon taught us how God individually applies God’s grace in our lives in spite of being dead in sin. Theologically, we refer to this as the “ordo salutis” or order of salvation. However, we will end chapter two of the book of Ephesians learning not only about the order but

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By Grace Alone – Part 2 (Zephaniah 3:9-12 and Ephesians 2:1-10)

SERMON MANUSCRIPT Introduction We are sinner saved by God’s grace.  We used to walk according to our sinful nature but God gave us the ability live for good works. We deserve God’s wrath yet we received pardon and reconciliation.  God’s grace and mercy demonstrates God’s love for his people. We will continue studying the rest

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By Grace Alone – Part 1 (Zephaniah 3:9-12 and Ephesians 2:1-10)

SERMON MANUSCRIPT Introduction Paul petitions in chapter 1, verses 18-23 for the Ephesian congregation to understand the hope of our calling, the richness of God’s grace, and mighty power of God exerted by Christ in his church. On Chapter 2, he explains in detail how God made these petitions a reality for them. Paul narrates

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Our Prayer of Thanksgiving (Numbers 6:22-27 and Ephesians 1:15-23)

SERMON MANUSCRIPT Introduction What do you pray for? What are you thankful about? Paul, after praising God for blessing his people with all the benefits of salvation, gave thanks to God for their response to his grace. He reports about their faith and love. After giving thanks, he continues asking several petitions.  Paul requests for

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God’s Blessing – Part 2 (Numbers 6:22-27 and Ephesians 1:3-14)

SERMON MANUSCRIPT Introduction The Triune God blesses God’s people. The blessing he provides benefits his people with election and then it results to the adoption and redemption of the elect. Verses 3-6 explains these to us and we heard it preached to us last week. This Lord’s Day we will continue from adoption to redemption

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God’s Blessing – Part 1 (Numbers 6:22-27 and Ephesians 1:3-6)

Sermon MANUSCRIPT Introduction After opening with Salutation and Benediction, Paul opens his letter with a response of prayer in a form of praise. It is similar to the order of our worship. God speaks, his people listens and responds in praise and petition. When God’s Word is read or preached, the congregation respond in praise and thanksgiving.

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God’s Benediction (Deuteronomy 18:15-19 and Ephesians 1:1-2)

Sermon Outline Introduction Our preaching for this morning focuses on first two verses from the 1st chapter of Paul’s letter to the Ephesian believers. It is the author’s formal salutation to his readers or hearers in a congregation formed during his missionary visit to their city.  While Paul followed the customary ancient formal greeting,  he

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