Careful Words in the Kingdom (Matthew 12:22-37)
September 22, 2013 Speaker: Dr. David Silvernail Series: The King and His Kingdom! - A Series in the Book of Matthew
Topic: Sermons Passage: Matthew 12:22–12:37
I just got back from a Presbytery Retreat with Dave Dorst and Jeff Lee [Tom Rubino was sick :o( ] and was encouraged to hear how God is working in Potomac Presbytery. Another new church starting up in DC (Grace Mosaic), Matt Bowles starting RUF-I at George Mason, and getting to hear Dr. Mike Ross of Christ Covenant PCA in Charlotte teach on Hebrews. It was good. With that said, let me remind you that our youth are leaving this weekend for their retreat, and the women in a few weeks. It will be good. A number of you need to go.
Also, this Saturday (Sept. 21) at 11 am we will celebrate the life of Rose Kinnaman with a Memorial Service at the Wingler House in Ashburn. Memorial Services are important and powerful events in the life of the church. I hope that those of you who knew and loved Rose will be able to be there.
This week we're in the middle of Matthew 12, verses 12-37, and we come to one of the most controversial passages of Scripture -- Jesus' teaching on the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. What does that mean? Why does it matter? And is that really the main point of this text? The answers could surprise you! Come Sunday to find out more! Looking forward to another great day!
See you then, Dr. Dave