Joshua Jacob preaches about the Tabernacle’s “table of showbread” under 4 headings. The features of the table, the food on the table, the fellowship around the table and faithfulness at the table. (Message preached Oct 23rd 2016)
PART 2 – Joshua Jacob takes up the subject of thanksgiving at the Lord’s Supper under various headings: “Contemplation of the Lord Jesus”, “Commandment of the Lord Jesus” etc. We are there to break bread, said the Lord, “in remembrance of Me”. (Message preached Sept 11th 2016)
PART 3 – Joshua Jacob preaches a message from Ruth Chapter 2 which he builds around 3 questions: “Whose damsel is this?” (v5), “Why have I found grace?” (v10) and “Where hast thou gleaned today?” (v19). He brings out pertinent lessons concerning Ruth’s purpose, her pilgrim character, her new people and Boaz, her newly found protector (Message given May 10th 2015)
PART 1 – Josh Jacob preaches on the uniqueness of the Bible, the only “God-breathed” book in the world. The Bible is neither ancient nor modern – it is timeless. Though it has been attacked and men have sought to undermine it and destroy it, the Bible still stands as the infallible, inerrant Word of the living God (Message preached 8th Jan 2015)
Joshua Jacob preaches on the departure of the people of Israel from Egypt. He speaks of a people ready to march, redeemed at the Red Sea, finding a remedy at Mara and at rest in Elim. The triumph over Pharoah in the Red Sea, commemorated in Moses’s “song of redemption”, is highlighted and applied to the blessings of believers today (Message preached 7th Dec 2014)
Josh Jacob introduces the life of Moses, the man of God. He lays particular emphasis on his upbringing and the mighty potential that was nurtured by his parents Amram and Jochebed. Those years of preparation were influenced and guided by the faith of Moses’s parents despite Moses being trained up in the all the knowledge and wisdom of the Egyptians. A challenging message calling us to imitate the faith of these godly people of faith (Message preached 16th Nov 2014)
Joshua Jacob expounds 1 Thessalonians Chapter 4. He emphasises the “call to holiness” in the first 12 verses, while also bringing to bear the teaching relative to the “comfort of His coming” in the last 6 verses. 1 Thess 4 is a pivotal passage about the rapture of the church to heaven prior to the day of the Lord (Message preached 3rd Apr 2014) (Photo: March of Galerius, Thessaloniki).
KINGS OF JUDAH Part 7 – Josh Jacob preaches on the 14-16th Kings of Judah – Manasseh, Amon and Josiah. The contrast between Manasseh and Josiah could hardly be greater! Joshua draws pertinent and powerful lessons about rebellion and revival from these notable Davidic sovereigns (Message preached 11th July 2013)
Joshua Jacob expounds Philippians Ch 1. Paul’s prayer (v4-11), prison (v12-26) and plea (v27-30). He also divides the epistle: Ch 1 – Christ, the passion of a steadfast life; Ch 2 – Christ the pattern of a selfless life; Ch 3 – Christ the pursuit of a Spirit-filled life; Ch 4 – Christ the power of a successful life (Message preached 7th Mar 2013)
PART 5 – Joshua Jacob preaches on Israel’s fifth annual feast, “The Feast of Trumpets”. He emphasises the practical implications of a day “set apart for the Lord” as a holy convocation as well as outlining the three uses of the two silver trumpets in Num Ch 10 – for worship, walk and warfare (Message preached 22nd Nov 2012)
Joshua Jacob expounds Genesis Ch 3. He outlines the subtle strategy of Satan in precipitating the fall, and teaches powerful practical lessons from this crucially important chapter (Message preached 29th Apr 2010)
DEITY OF CHRIST – Joshua Jacob preaches on the theme of the deity of Christ. He speaks of the attributes of deity, the adoration of deity, the admission of deity and the actions of deity (Message preached 19th Feb 2009)
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