This is St. Paul's RCUS podcast; here we upload our most recent sermon audio. Enjoy!
Taking the Gospel of the Reformation to the people
The French Reformed Church suffers persecution, but still press on to hold a Synod in 1559 where they pass a confession written by John Calvin. Listen to see what is in this confession and what we might take away from it.By Lee
The Academy at Geneva gets under way and Theodore Beza arrives. Listen and get reminded of the importance Biblical education of pastors.By Lee
Rev. Matt Powell and I discuss Hosea and the great compassion of God even during times of sin and wrath. God is great and so too is His love.By Lee
Refusing to listen to counsel, bent on backsliding, and refusing to extol the Lord. Lots to unpack and see. Join us as Revs. Powell and Mosley join me again to go through Hosea.By Lee
Taking a quick peek back at England to see Bloody Mary burning Latimer and Ridley, and taking a bit of a look at Bishop Ridley, the forgotten burned man. Of course we never forget to see what this says about ourselves.By Lee
Can Rev. Mosely and I really spend an entire show talking about one verse from Hosea? You bet we can! This verse quoted in Matthew is an important one for us to see and understand, so dive in with us and listen to this podcast.By Lee
Rev. Mosley and myself take a trip into Hosea again. We reap what we sow. Yet, we see the gospel of God sowing righteousness on our behalf. Take a listen as we keep going through Hosea.By Lee
Let’s all hope that this one works! Because the story of Dona Isabella needs to be heard and might be an encouragement to your soul. Give it a listen and see for yourself.By Lee
Revs. Powell and Mosley join me again to discuss the woes and wrath that Hosea predicts upon the people of Israel. Join us as we see the beautiful imagery of Hosea and the terrible nature of our sin. And of course the grace of Jesus.By Lee
Rev. Matt Powell and I discuss the first four verses of chapter 10 and the Israel’s attitude in saying ‘they have no king’. You are going to want to hear this!By Lee
Living for stuff is foolish in light of eternity! Why? It is covetousness; and it ignores Jesus' Lordship, our relationships, and the shortness of this lifeWe must live for God, using the stuff He gives for His glory & His purposes!