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Sermons/Sunday Schools by Pastor Joseph Babij:

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The Primary Focus of Gospel-Oriented Evangelism

In this sermon, Pastor Babij teaches on the differences between the true gospel and the inadequate message often proclaimed in evangelism today. Pastor Babij demonstrates how God’s holiness and the call to suffering as a Christian, as shown in Scripture, are totally missing from today’s popular preaching — preaching that instead lowers God’s holiness, elevates…

A Gospel-Oriented Strategy for the Battle with Sin

In this sermon, Pastor Babij preaches on battling sin with a gospel-oriented strategy. Pastor Babij explains that Christians can battle sin because God’s Ten Commandments are written on their hearts and because the gospel has changed believers’ relationship to the Law. Pastor Babij outlines two ungodly strategies for battling sin, antinomianism and legalism, and contrasts…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present: The Use of the Law of God to Believers (Part 2)

In this sermon, Pastor Babij continues to discuss what the Ten Commandments, and the law of God in general, mean for believers. Specifically, Pastor Babij explains how God’s law shows believers what grateful service to God looks like and moves believers to obey according to the superior Law of Christ.

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Use of the Law of God to Believers

In this sermon, Pastor Babij explores what the Ten Commandments, and the law of God in general, mean for believers. Pastor Babij clarifies that God’s law cannot save, sanctify, or secure, but Christ can. Full Transcript: Let’s take our Bibles and just read the second Law in Deuteronomy 5:6-21. You going to see that before…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Use of the Law of God

In this sermon, Pastor Babij discusses the use of the Ten Commandments with those who are unsaved. Pastor Babij explains how the Law of God informs the unsaved of their deadly state before God and how they can be reconciled to Him. Full Transcript: We are looking at our Bibles this morning in Exodus chapter…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Tenth Commandment (Part 2)

Pastor Babij continues his look at the last of the Ten Commandments and its prohibition against covetousness. Pastor Babij warns how easy coveting is and how difficult it is to detect. Pastor Babij then explains several warning signs of a covetous heart along with several admonitions and remedies against covetousness. Full Transcript: We’re are still…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Tenth Commandment

In this sermon, Pastor Babij teaches on the last of the Ten Commandments: “You shall not covet.” Using Scripture, Pastor Babij shows that the purpose of this commandment is to promote contentment with one’s station in life rather than covetousness. Pastor Babij further explains that it is not wrong to want to better one’s station…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Ninth Commandment (Part 2)

In this sermon, Pastor Babij looks again at the ninth of the Ten Commandments (“You shall not bear false witness”), focusing on gossip as a form of lying. Pastor Babij explains three important truths from Scripture about gossip: 1) The gossip’s character 2) The gossip’s motive 3) The results of gossip Pastor Babij shows from…

The Ten Commandments Past and Present — The Ninth Commandment

In this, sermon Pastor Babij returns to his series on the Ten Commandments by looking at the ninth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” Pastor Babij teaches that the main purpose of the command is to maintain an accurate witness. Pastor Babij also explains what kind of actions the ninth commandment…

The Benefits of Christ’s Resurrection

In this sermon, Pastor Babij teaches on the benefits of Christ’s resurrection, beginning with the assertion that the resurrection affects the eternal destiny of all who are born of Adam and Eve. Pastor Babij discusses four marvelous benefits that only believers in the resurrection of Jesus enjoy. Consequently, Pastor pleads with those who do not…