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And He Himself gave some to be....evangelists, and some pastors and teachers, for the equipping of the saints for the work of ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ...
- Ephesians 4:11-12

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Pastor - Providence Reformed Baptist Church
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Sunday, April 15, 2007

In Those Days

Examining the last chapter of the Book of Ecclesiastes in the morning and continuing in his series on Genesis this evening, Jonathan was able to preach the truth this Sunday about the inevitability of aging and death and the need for the grace of God. From the wisest man, Solomon, we learn about remembering our Creator while we are young, and from Genesis we learn about the world in which Noah lived.

So whether we are looking back in those days when we were young, in those days before Noah, or in those days in which we now live, we see the testimony of Scripture - men of all ages are sinful creatures who must be blessed with the grace of God if there is to be any hope!

The evangelistic message from Ecclesiastes 12 is titled "Remember Your Creator...NOW!" The great King Solomon urges us to remember our Creator while we are young, and paints a graphic picture of the inevitable ravages of old age. These things teach us the inevitability of death and judgment. How can we avoid the tragedy of growing old, and even dying, without God?

Listen or download this message here:
Remember Your Creator...NOW!

The next message from Genesis, taken from chapter 4:16 through 6:13, titled "Noah Found Grace" helps us in surveying the notable events between the account of Cain and Abel and the account of the Flood, and considering Noah, the world he lived in, and the grace God showed him. How does this all apply to us?

Listen or download this message here:
Noah Found Grace

As we look back at life in those days, let us not forget the ways that God expects and equips us to live in THESE days!

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