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Sermons & Study Guides

National Church Establishments Pt. 16 - (The National Church—The Magistrate’s Power Circa Sacra 2)

James Dodson

The general  duties  of  magistrates  must  be  constrained  by  two overriding principles of concern: First, It is the duty of all men to study the glory of God in all departments of life,  especially  their  callings, Eccl.  9:10;  Col.  3:23;  apart  from  which  they  only plow in sin, Prov. 21:4.  So, too, kings...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 13 - (The National Church Way as God’s Way 2 — The New Testament Church)

James Dodson

Though  it  may  be  little  disputed  that  the  church  of  the  Jews  was established and national, Isa. 43:1; yet, it remains to be discussed whether or not this national church way is under the Gospel still a matter of divine approbation: First, When the prophets foretell the enlargement of the church in the ...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 12 - (The National Church Way as God’s Way 1 — The Jewish Church)

James Dodson

By a dependent National Church is meant a multitude of people professing Christianity (i.e., saving faith in Christ), inhabiting one nation, withone  civil  government  wherein  the  governors  are  Christian  and  one  church government  established  by  law  over  particular  congregations  with  all  bound together in one national covenant; by an independent Congregational Church is meant  a  particular  body...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 11 - (The Church’s Mission to the Nations)

James Dodson

Since Christ’s work has nations, as distinct jurisdictions, especially in view, Mark 11:17; and the Gospel itself is presented as a national Gospel, Rom. 16:26; and since nations have had their first rise, God has dealt with them in terms  of  the  true  religion,  Ps.  67:2;  it  should be  apparent  that  the  Church’s mission is supremely...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 10 - (Christ and the Nations 4 — Son of David)

James Dodson

The  national,  not  merely  individual,  character  of  Christ’s  work  is set forth in the consideration of His work as the son of David.  The regal title and royal  descent  all  yield  points  of  similarity  and  contrast  which  bear  upon  His relations to the nations: First, The last words of David invite a comparison...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 9 - (Christ and the Nations 3 — Like unto Moses)

James Dodson

The national, not merely individual, character of Christ’s work is set forth in the consideration of His work as the like unto Moses.  The character of redemption contemplated in and through Moses yields the following points of similarity and contrast: First, Moses was born at a time when the church of God (i.e., Israel) was in bondage to a pagan empire (i.e., Egypt), Ex. 1:8-14; Christ was born at a time when...

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National Church Establishments Pt. 8 - (Christ and the Nations 2 — A Greater than Abraham)

James Dodson

The national, not merely individual, character of Christ’s work is set forth in the consideration of His work as the One greater than Abraham.  We must examine the points of similarity and contrast: First, Abram is called out of his country and from his father’s house to become a great nation and bring blessing to many people, Gen. 12:1-3; Christ left His Father’s house, heaven, and came into...

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