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William J. Subash

Genesis 35:1-15

Sermon: Full Circle Bible Passage: Genesis 35:1-15 About Jacob 1. A deceiver, true to his name (27:36; 31:26) 2. A fugitive for decades (27:43) 3. A trickster by nature (30:43) 4. A man who lived with constant fear and negative consequences because of his deeds (31:11) 5. A family of unpleasant track record 6. Despite his…

Matthew 6:12

Sermon: Prayer #4: And write off our debts, just as we wrote off our debtors Bible Passage: Matthew 6:12 1. What is the aim of such a prayer? a. Christian living (ethics—fruit of ones’ relationship God in society and daily-life) b. Jesus expects such an applied prayer after they become Christ-followers c. Such a prayer creates…

Matthew 6:10a

Sermon: Prayer #3 : ἐλθέτω ἡ βασιλεία σου “Let your kingly rule come” Bible Passage: Matthew 6:10a “Let your kingly rule come” I. Verse 10a implies the existence of more than one kingdom/rule “Your kingdom vs another person’s kingdom” 1. God’s reign is unquestionably accepted in heaven (cf. verse 9 “Our Father, who is in heaven”) 2. But…

Matthew 6:9

Sermon: Prayer #2 Bible Passage: Matthew 6:9 But when you pray, you pray this way: Our Father who is in the heavens, may your name be revered I. A brief discussion on the doctrine of Trinity 1. For the first three hundred years of Christianity, the doctrine of Trinity took the center stage 2. The…

Matthew 6:5-8

Sermon: Prayer Bible Passage: Matthew 6:5-8 I. Introductory discussion 1. Jesus is not prohibiting public corporate prayer, but he is redefining prayer of His followers 2. The disciples never asked Jesus to teach them to perform miracle, heal, multiply bread and fishes, but they asked Jesus to teach them to pray 3. For many believers, prayer is…

Matthew 5:14-16

Sermon: You are the Light for the World Bible Passage: Matthew 5:14-16 1. These verses are part of the Sermon on the Mount (location is northeast of Galilee/Capernaum) 2. East of the Sermon on the Mount (Capernaum) is Decapolis “Ten Cities” 3. One of the Decapolis is “The city on the Hill” which in Hebrew is…

Psalm 23:5-6

Sermon: The LORD is the Host Bible Passage: Psalm 23:5-6 I. Two important metaphors used in Psalm 23 1. Shepherd 2. Host II. Verses 5-6 must be understood in the background of hospitality the Bible-culture 1. Abraham (Gen 18:1-12) 2. Lot (Gen 19:1-3) 3. Early Christians (Heb 13:2;1 1 Tim 3:22) 4. The nameless woman, a…

Psalm 23:2-4

Sermon: The LORD is My Shepherd Bible Passage: Psalm 23:2-4 I. The LORD’s fivefold Shepherd leadership to the psalmist: 1. Rich provision for physical and spiritual needs with protection from external threats 2. Care and tenderness 3. Restoration of the soul from damages and backsliding (wrong decisions) a. The word soul ( נֶפֶשׁ†) in Hebrew…

Psalm 23:1-3

Sermon: The LORD is My Shepherd Bible Passage: Psalm 23:1-3 I. The title/name “Jehovah Ro’yi” comes from Psalms 23:1a  1. Most likely the composer of the psalm was a shepherd 2. He used his shepherding career as a backdrop/paradigm to picture the LORD’s relationship with him 3. All action words (verbs) are treated as present…

Psalm 42-43

Sermon: A Believer’s Holy Longing for His God Bible Passage: Psalm 42-43 I. Background Information 1. The Psalmist was living away from Jerusalem—away from participating in Temple (corporate) worship a .He was living in the land of Jordan and Hermon—Mount Mizar, roughly in the Syrian territory (verse 6b) b. Either he was in a forced exile by unfriendly…