Names and Titles of Deity by various speakers - 12 messages (2017)

PART 12 – Michael Penfold preaches on the person, work and titles of the Holy Spirit. He emphasises that the Holy Spirit is God, is a real person and is intimately involved in everything to do with the conversion and daily life of the believer in Christ. Titles such as “the Spirit of Christ”, “the Spirit of glory and of God” and “the Spirit of Him that raised up Jesus from the dead” are discussed (Message preached 23rd Apr 2017)

PART 11 – Joshua Jacob preaches on the Lord’s title “the Son of Man”. After spending some time in Daniel Ch 7 where this title of Christ first occurs, Josh moves on to discuss its occurrences in the Gospels and in the Revelation. Josh presents the title “Son of Man” as a title of humanity, of identity and of royalty, and links it with Christ’s person, pathway, passion and preeminence (Message preached 2nd Apr 2017)

PART 10 – Mervyn Hall preaches on the beautiful title “the Son of His love” or “His Son the beloved” from Colossians 1:13. Colossians Ch 1 is outlined and then the question is asked:- why does Paul, in the context, call Christ “the Son of His love”? Because, v14, Christ is the redeemer; because, v15, Christ is the creator and because, v18, Christ is the restorer of all things in Kingdom glory (Message preached 26th Mar 2017)

PART 9 – Mervyn Hall preaches on the title “the Son of God”. He outlines the “distinction between persons” in the Trinity on the one hand, and the “oneness in nature” shared by the Father, Son and Holy Spirit on the other. The eternal sonship of Christ is defended as well as His absolute deity. The exclusive rights of the Son in relation to heirship in principle and in particular are expounded (Message preached 19th Mar 2017)

PART 8 – Joshua Jacob preaches on the expression “the Son of His love” which only occurs once in the New Testament, in the 3rd epistle of John, verse 3. Josh highlights two main issues – the affection of the Father for the Son, and the attributes of the Son re. the Father. This message reaffirms the eternal Sonship of Christ, His equality of essence with the Father and His position as the well-beloved One (Message preached 5th Mar 2017)

PART 7 – Michael Penfold preaches on the expression “the only begotten Son” (Gk: monogenes) and explains its significance. He also takes up another title of Christ, “the first-begotten” (Gk: prototokos), and expounds its meaning. Finally, he takes up the words “This day have I begotten Thee” and, starting in Psalm 2, reveals the import of this precious expression (Message preached 26th Feb 2017)

PART 6 – Marcus Cain preaches on the significance of the Lord Jesus being “the son of Mary” and “as was supposed the son of Joseph”. These titles speak of Christ’s lowly condescension and his legal identification respectively. The miracle of the virgin birth and its deep significance for the person and work of Christ, and our salvation, is outlined and expounded (Message preached 12th Feb 2017)

PART 5 – Michael Penfold preaches on two divine titles of the Lord Jesus – the Son of David and the Son of Abraham. He explains the significance of Christ coming from the Davidic royal line and His right to sit on David’s throne in Millennial glory. Christ is also the Son of and the individual seed of Abraham through whom all the nations of the earth will yet be blessed (Message preached 5th Feb 2017)

PART 4 – Billy Watterson preaches on three Divine titles: “the Father of mercies” (2 Cor 1:3), “the Father of spirits” (Heb 12:9) and “the Father of lights” (Jas 1:17). He takes each verse in its context and explains the reason why the Holy Spirit chose these exact titles in each case, to bring comfort and grace 1. in sorrow, 2. in spiritual discipline and 3. in times of trial and temptation (Message preached 29th Jan 2017)

PART 3 – Josh Jacob preaches on three Divine titles: “the God of glory” (Acts 7:2), “the God of all grace” (1 Pet 5:10) and “the God of all comfort” (2 Cor 1:2). Working from Acts 7, Josh develops the theme of the “God of glory” appearing to Abraham, and how Moses and Stephen also saw the “glory of God” in that chapter. Peter is then developed as a man who knew much of the God of all grace, while Job is given as an example of a man who knew the God of all comfort (Message preached 22nd Jan 2017)

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