Mervyn Hall preaches on the “mystery of the rapture”. He explains that though the “resurrection at the last day” was not a mystery during Paul’s time, what happens to living people when the Lord returns certainly was. Paul reveals this “secret” – living saints will be changed and given glorified bodies like the Saviour’s (Message preached 16th Mar 2014)
Josh Jacob preaches on the “mystery of the gospel”. He explains that while the gospel message is not a mystery, there are things connected with and comprehended in the gospel that were not revealed until the present dispensation, such as the Jew and Gentile being fellow heirs and members of one body (Message preached 2nd Mar 2014)
Michael Penfold preaches on the “mystery of Israel’s blindness”. He explains that Israel’s current national hardening and blindness is neither universal in its extent (individual Jews are still being saved) nor final in its duration (the nation of Israel will yet be restored and brought into Millennial blessing). Rom 11:25 is seen to be the death knell of amillennialism (Message preached 23rd Feb 2014)
Mervyn Hall preaches on the “mystery of the kingdom”. He distinguishes both between the kingdom and the church, and between the concepts of the “universal” and “mediatorial kingdom”. He takes a journey through the 8 parables of the kingdom in Matt 13 outlining their relevance to God’s kingdom programme. A helpful chart accompanies this message (Message preached 16th Feb 2014)
Josh Jacob preaches on the “mystery of the incarnation” in which “God was manifest in flesh”. He considers the true Biblical miraculous conception of Christ – not to be confused the the “immaculate conception of Mary” as erroneously taught by Rome – and looks at the Saviour’s birth through the lens of Luke Ch 2 (Message preached 9th Feb 2014)
Michael Penfold preaches on the “mystery of the one body”. He asks the Who, When, What, How and Why of the “mystery” that sees Jews and Gentiles becoming fellow heirs, fellow members of the body of Christ and fellow partakers of all the associated blessings. The church is not a continuation of Israel – it is something entirely new (Message preached 2nd Feb 2014)
Mervyn Hall introduces the important subject of “the mysteries of scripture”. He explains what a Biblical “mystery” is and outlines 10 of them from the New Testament under 4 headings – the purpose, power, produce and patience of God. A helpful diagramme of the mysteries is available here (Message preached 26th Jan 2014)
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