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School of Theology 2015

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Pathway to Power

Biblical prerequisites for spiritual instrumentality

This year brings the 40th annual School of Theology at the Tabernacle, with very many pastors, Christian workers and church officers attending, and younger people seeking a more biblical and committed style of Christian life and service. We hope you will join with us from Tuesday 7 -Thursday 9 July 2015.
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Sunday Morning . 24 May 2015

Proof of Salvation

Proof of Salvation
Romans 6.3-14 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

First, the apostle shows the deep reality of the believer's old life and sins being in Christ on Calvary. Secondly, he shows the certainty of new life and power over sin through reflection on this, and calls for a response of complete dedication to Christ.

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Sunday Evening . 24 May 2015

The Listening Soul

The Listening Soul
Mark 4.23 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Here are the circumstances that prepare us to open our minds to God, creating a sense of need, a willingness to learn, and a desire to be reconciled with Him. Here also Christ describes the means of finding Him and the experience of all who do.

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Wednesday Evening . 20 May 2015

The First Troubles of the March

The First Troubles of the March
Numbers 10-11. Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

Lessons begin to flow from this typical church, including: the cloudy pillar shows the way but they must watch for localised dangers. The daily prayer of Moses provides a profound plan for our petitions. Satan infuses gloom that quickly turns to lust - plus remedial thinking.

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Sunday Morning . 17 May 2015

Christ's Eternal Achievements

Christ's Eternal Achievements
Romans 5.15-21 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

In his passage showing the contrast between Adam and Christ, Paul provides five distinct aspects of the Lord's achievements in redemption and the privileges of believers. Here also is the apostle's stirring exhortation to all who are called 'dead to sin', and what this means.

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Sunday Evening . 17 May 2015

The Conquest of Death

The Conquest of Death
1 Corinthians 15.26 Sermon by Dr Peter Masters

According to the Bible, death is every person's greatest enemy, and is personified as a seemingly invincible ruler over us. But Christ is the opposite of death, and here the help He offers us is compared with the hostile activities of death. To whom will we yield?

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Special topics this month

Tabernacle Conversions in 1860
Previously unpublished testimonies from a treasure trove of records of conversions during Spurgeon’s pastorate at the Metropolitan Tabernacle.
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The Beginning of the World
Setting aside evolution and affirming a literal six-day creation, this article focusses on the rich spiritual significance and the lessons of the order of events.
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Sanctifying Power - and Films, Music and Leisure in the Christian Life
Is our continuing sanctification impeded by worldliness? Has the ‘moral resurrection’ of which Paul speaks come to a halt? Here is how we may rediscover the secret power.
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Five Keys to God's Law
Presenting basic rules for opening the Ten Commandments. Without these their deep purposes and challenges are usually missed.
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