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Catechism Sermons 2008-2009 – Covenant United Reformed Church

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Here is an archived album of our catechism series. Please enjoy this summary of Christian doctrine.

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Our Catechism Series for 2008-2009 | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Thank you for staying subscribed to our podcast. The catechism series for 2008-2009 is finished, but another series on the catechism will be started on April 19, 2009. Please look for the feed in the iTunes music store. It should be in the store by Friday April 24. You could also subscribe through our webpage. […]

-1 s2009 APR 19
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Our Catechism Series for 2008-2009 | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Lead Us Not into Temptation (Luke 11:4; LD 52) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

We conclude our study of the Lord’s prayer with our request for the Lord not to lead us into temptation. Does this mean that it is God who tempts? What does this imply about our status as we are redeemed? What does this tell us about the preserving power of our God? If you have […]

-1 s2009 APR 13
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Lead Us Not into Temptation (Luke 11:4; LD 52) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Forgive Us Our Debts (Luke 11:4; LD 51) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What would you say if your bank called you one day and told you not to make another payment on your car or house? In addition to this how would you respond when your bank told you that you will keep your car or house because the debt is forgiven? What would you say if […]

-1 s2009 APR 6
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Forgive Us Our Debts (Luke 11:4; LD 51) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 11:3; LD 50) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

When we think of the Lord’s prayer many times we think that this is a prayer that should be concerned with our Spiritual needs. Afterall, we know that God is displeased with sin so we should be concerned with putting off our sin. While this is true, we find that there is another dimension to […]

-1 s2009 MAR 23
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Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 11:3; LD 50) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:5-15; LD 49) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What does it mean to do the will of God? What is more, why do the will of God? How do we deal with all the horror and the unrest that surrounds us? How do we deal with suffering in the Christian’s life? Does God like us to suffer? How do we know that God […]

-1 s2009 MAR 16
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Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:5-15; LD 49) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Your Kingdom Come (Luke 11:2; LD 48) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

When Christ enters history the kingdom comes with Christ. However, when we are taught to pray in the Lord’s prayer we are told to pray Your kingdom come. If the kingdom is present with Christ then why do we pray, your kingdom come? Does this mean that the ministry of Christ has failed? How can […]

-1 s2009 MAR 9
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Your Kingdom Come (Luke 11:2; LD 48) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Hallowed Be Your Name (Luke 11:2; LD 47) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Christ tells us to pray that God’s name would be hallowed. We may not know what this term means, but it simply means that God’s name would be holy or sanctified. If God is the standard of Holiness or sanctification then why would we pray that this would happen? Does this mean that we ourselves […]

-1 s2009 MAR 2
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Hallowed Be Your Name (Luke 11:2; LD 47) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Our Father in Heaven (Luke 11:2) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Why do we pray our Father? What right do we have to pray, “Our Father in Heaven?” What does this mean that we pray “Our Father?” What does this say about our status now in this world? How does this tie us back to the Old Testament saints being united in praying to the one […]

-1 s2009 FEB 23
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Our Father in Heaven (Luke 11:2) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What Does Prayer Have to do with the Kingdom? (Luke 11:5-13; LD 45) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

The disciples have a privilege of walking with Jesus while He is on this earth. This is something that is remarkable because these men do not only witness what Christ has done, but they also have a wonderful opportunity to be taught directly by Christ Himself. Christ teaches his disciples about the kingdom, and the […]

-1 s2009 FEB 16
Comments
What Does Prayer Have to do with the Kingdom? (Luke 11:5-13; LD 45) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Judged by the Law of Liberty (James 2:8-13; LD 44) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

f it is true that Christ’s merits have kept the law in our place, then why should we keep the law? If the threat of the curse of the law has been removed from us, then why would we be concerned with conforming to Christ? If Christ has taken away the curse of the law […]

-1 s2009 FEB 9
Comments
Judged by the Law of Liberty (James 2:8-13; LD 44) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Latest Episodes

Our Catechism Series for 2008-2009 | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Thank you for staying subscribed to our podcast. The catechism series for 2008-2009 is finished, but another series on the catechism will be started on April 19, 2009. Please look for the feed in the iTunes music store. It should be in the store by Friday April 24. You could also subscribe through our webpage. […]

-1 s2009 APR 19
Comments
Our Catechism Series for 2008-2009 | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Lead Us Not into Temptation (Luke 11:4; LD 52) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

We conclude our study of the Lord’s prayer with our request for the Lord not to lead us into temptation. Does this mean that it is God who tempts? What does this imply about our status as we are redeemed? What does this tell us about the preserving power of our God? If you have […]

-1 s2009 APR 13
Comments
Lead Us Not into Temptation (Luke 11:4; LD 52) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Forgive Us Our Debts (Luke 11:4; LD 51) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What would you say if your bank called you one day and told you not to make another payment on your car or house? In addition to this how would you respond when your bank told you that you will keep your car or house because the debt is forgiven? What would you say if […]

-1 s2009 APR 6
Comments
Forgive Us Our Debts (Luke 11:4; LD 51) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 11:3; LD 50) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

When we think of the Lord’s prayer many times we think that this is a prayer that should be concerned with our Spiritual needs. Afterall, we know that God is displeased with sin so we should be concerned with putting off our sin. While this is true, we find that there is another dimension to […]

-1 s2009 MAR 23
Comments
Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread (Luke 11:3; LD 50) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:5-15; LD 49) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What does it mean to do the will of God? What is more, why do the will of God? How do we deal with all the horror and the unrest that surrounds us? How do we deal with suffering in the Christian’s life? Does God like us to suffer? How do we know that God […]

-1 s2009 MAR 16
Comments
Your Will Be Done (Matthew 6:5-15; LD 49) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Your Kingdom Come (Luke 11:2; LD 48) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

When Christ enters history the kingdom comes with Christ. However, when we are taught to pray in the Lord’s prayer we are told to pray Your kingdom come. If the kingdom is present with Christ then why do we pray, your kingdom come? Does this mean that the ministry of Christ has failed? How can […]

-1 s2009 MAR 9
Comments
Your Kingdom Come (Luke 11:2; LD 48) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Hallowed Be Your Name (Luke 11:2; LD 47) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Christ tells us to pray that God’s name would be hallowed. We may not know what this term means, but it simply means that God’s name would be holy or sanctified. If God is the standard of Holiness or sanctification then why would we pray that this would happen? Does this mean that we ourselves […]

-1 s2009 MAR 2
Comments
Hallowed Be Your Name (Luke 11:2; LD 47) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Our Father in Heaven (Luke 11:2) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Why do we pray our Father? What right do we have to pray, “Our Father in Heaven?” What does this mean that we pray “Our Father?” What does this say about our status now in this world? How does this tie us back to the Old Testament saints being united in praying to the one […]

-1 s2009 FEB 23
Comments
Our Father in Heaven (Luke 11:2) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

What Does Prayer Have to do with the Kingdom? (Luke 11:5-13; LD 45) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

The disciples have a privilege of walking with Jesus while He is on this earth. This is something that is remarkable because these men do not only witness what Christ has done, but they also have a wonderful opportunity to be taught directly by Christ Himself. Christ teaches his disciples about the kingdom, and the […]

-1 s2009 FEB 16
Comments
What Does Prayer Have to do with the Kingdom? (Luke 11:5-13; LD 45) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

Judged by the Law of Liberty (James 2:8-13; LD 44) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons

f it is true that Christ’s merits have kept the law in our place, then why should we keep the law? If the threat of the curse of the law has been removed from us, then why would we be concerned with conforming to Christ? If Christ has taken away the curse of the law […]

-1 s2009 FEB 9
Comments
Judged by the Law of Liberty (James 2:8-13; LD 44) | 2008-2009 Catechism Sermons
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