Having confessed his sinfulness and rebellion against God, David continues to fall upon the mercy of God now in supplication – asking the God would purge him from his iniquity and cleanse him from all unrighteousness. But why does David so desperately seek forgiveness? Why does he repeatedly entreat God to wash him, to create […]
Their are many reasons given in attempts to disprove the resurrection of Christ, from mass hallucinations to claims that Jesus didn’t really die upon the cross. However, the gospel accounts make clear that Jesus truly was executed in the most brutal fashion, died, and was buried in a tomb. However, 3 days later, the most extraordinary news […]
As we continue looking at the Mosaic Law, the Tabernacle, and all of the sacrifices prescribed therein, we come to the Day of Atonement. On this significant day, we are introduced to a particular element consisting of two goats, one of which is the “scapegoat.” In this sermon, Pastor Leandre examines the Day of Atonement […]
In this sermon, Pastor Dave Leandre takes us through the outer court of the Tabernacle, beginning with its entrance and then onward to the brazen altar and basin. Each of these areas, including all of the specific details given for their construction, can seem trivial and unimportant for believers living on this side of cross. However, as we look […]
As we look at the opening chapter of 2 Timothy, we see many examples of how one generation can work towards developing leaders in the next generation as we observe Paul’s remarks towards Timothy, his “beloved child.” In this sermon, Pastor Leandre teaches us from the Word how we can and should encourage, be confident […]
Exodus 25:8 “And let them make me a sanctuary, that I may dwell in their midst.” The Tabernacle was constructed to be the dwelling place of God among his people. But more than just an ornate, intricately designed structure, the Tabernacle finds its true fulfillment in Jesus Christ, the Word who became flesh and dwelt among us. […]
Exodus chapter 12 presented us with the first instance of the Passover. As Christians, we take communion to look back and remember the death of Jesus on our behalf. Through the yearly Passover, Israel looked forward to this very same event. They may not have understood what it was all about, but we certainly should […]
In Abraham and Isaac we have a picture of God the Father and His son, Jesus Christ. Pastor Dave Leandre shows how the life of Isaac gives us clear types of what would be fulfilled through Jesus’ life and death – how Jesus is the true and better Isaac.