God’s Grace and the Church’s Covenant

http://www.venturabaptistchurch.com/podcast-player/6219/gods-grace-and-the-churchs-covenant.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 29:30 | Size: 20.26MPastor Timothy using II Corinthians 13:14 shows that the empowering for members to live the church covenant comes from,1.) the Grace of Jesus Christ,2.) The Love of God the father,3.) and the Fellowship of the Holy...

Pondering God

http://www.venturabaptistchurch.com/podcast-player/6217/pondering-god.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 51:50 | Size: 35.59MPastor Timothy takes us to Psalm 77 and raises the question “When is lament appropriate or inappropriate?” then shows us that Lament is appropriate when it encourages us to both remember the fallenness of this creation while also calling us to trust God as the all sufficient Savior. By leading us to pray with desperation. 2. By allowing us to sorrow with faith. 3. By summoning us to mediate with confidence. Sermon Manuscript     Service Bulletin     Fighter Verses     Welcome...

Psalm 37

http://www.venturabaptistchurch.com/podcast-player/6211/psalm-37.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 40:47 | Size: 28MPastor David opens Psalm 37 for us and shows, 1.) Instruction for the believer. 2.) The obliteration of the wicked. 3.) The Salvation of the righteous....

How Long?

http://www.venturabaptistchurch.com/podcast-player/6206/how-long.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 47:28 | Size: 32.6MPastor Timothy raises the question of “Why study the psalms of Lament?”1.) To see how lament is practically incorporated into personal life and also the corporate life of God’s people. 2.) For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin. Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need. Whether you are a hurting, despairing Christian or a hurting, despairing unbeliever- turn to the Savior. Instead of saying “depart” to the enemy, He allowed the enemy to  murder Him. But greater still he took your sin on himself, and God punished him in your place so that you could be set free. He was crushed so you could be healed. He forfeited peace with God on the cross so that you could have peace with God for eternity. Sermon Manuscript     Service Bulletin     Fighter Verses     Welcome...

The Question: Will God Remember Us?

http://www.venturabaptistchurch.com/podcast-player/6189/the-question-will-god-remember-us.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 45:35 | Size: 31.3MIn raising the question “will God remember?” Pastor Timothy shows the Poet’s call to God to look at and respond to a least four things: 1. Look at our national/economic disgrace. 2. Look at our social disgrace. 3. Listen to our confession. 4. Hear our prayer. Sermon Manuscript     Service Bulletin     Fighter Verses     Welcome...