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Jack G. Ebner

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Israel's Remnant Chosen

This twenty-ninth message from Romans describes the future of Israel. She is SECURE in the hands of God. Proof -1 of this fact is that Paul himself -a blasphemer, persecutor and violent aggressor - 1 Tim. 1-13- was not rejected by God- and proof -2 was that even in the bad, idolatrous days surrounding Elijah, 7,000 men had not bowed their knees to Baal. God had SELECTED a remnant, not for salvation, but to share His generous blessings and to serve Him. But Israel had been SEDUCED - although she was seeking to be accepted by God, she never reached her goal. Her insensitivity excluded her, and Paul explains why - God Himself had given her a spirit of stupor, making her unresponsive spiritually. This refusal to respond brought God's indignation, leading the nation in general to false fellowship, false teaching and false security.- -Up to 10-key words-from the message that someone might be searching on.--- not-rejected Israelite foreknew remnant grace chosen hardened spirit-of-stupor darkened

65 min1 w ago
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Israel's Remnant Chosen

Israel Rejected Her Messiah

This twenty-eighth message from Romans clearly reveals that Israel had rejected her Messiah. These first century Jews were UNWILLING to submit because of their disbelief of the gospel and their utter disregard of God's message - they were unpersuaded, unsubmitted and uninterested. They were UNAWARE of their condition though they had received general exposure to revelation and experienced the Gentiles being saved - leaving them unhappy and uncovered before God. He was UNWANTED by the Jews though He had incessantly appealed to them, imploring them to believe. Their avoidance of God revealed their disobedient disbelief and obstinate denial.

53 min2 w ago
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Israel Rejected Her Messiah

God's Gracious Offer

This twenty-seventh message from Romans reveals God's gracious offer to all men. Two CHOICES are presented toward attaining righteousness - the efforts of men earned by works or the efforts of Christ on the cross received by faith. Salvation by Christ was never accomplished by human efforts to bring Christ down to earth -incarnation- or to bring Christ up from the dead -resurrection- - God alone sent His Son and raised Him from the dead. God alone offers an eternal CHANGE for all men- His help for all comes as a clear message as -the word of faith-, and in a simple method by confessing with your mouth that Christ is Lord and believing in your heart that God raised Him from the dead - resulting in salvation. His hope for all brings eternal assurance to whoever believes in Him, and generously appeals to whoever will call - they will be saved. Four specific CHALLENGES remain - calling requires trust, believing requires truth, hearing requires transmission and preaching requires travel....

62 min3 w ago
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God's Gracious Offer

Israel's Predicament

This twenty-sixth message from Romans exposes Israel's predicament. Although blessed with special privileges and promises from God, they never achieved His righteousness. In contrast to the Gentiles who were saved by faith, Israel's FAILURE came because they relied was upon their own works - remaining unsaved. They rejected God's way of salvation, stumbling over Jesus Christ, refusing to believe in Him as their Messiah. In spite of Paul's devotion in heart and prayer, Israel's FOCUS was on desertion. Their motivation included great zeal, but lacked a personal relationship. They were guilty of mutiny as they ignorantly remained independent, refusing to be subject to God. And they did not allow Christ, their Messiah, to fulfill all righteousness for them, by simply believing in Him alone to save.

59 minAUG 30
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Israel's Predicament

Kingdom Down Living

71 minAUG 24
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Kingdom Down Living

Faithfulness of God

The focus of this message is on the faithfulness of God. Genesis 19 exalts God who honored the love of Abraham for Lot and his family. First, He showed MERCY to Lot by demanding that he lead his family out of harm's way. The disbelief of his future son's-in-law cost them their lives, but the angels delivered Lot, his wife and two daughters by physically putting them out of the city. Second, God showed GRACE to Lot by compassionately demanding that they escape to the mountains, even though Lot sought a compromise to God's plan. God tolerated his foolish request, based on fear, by showing him favor and letting them escape by going to Zoar. Lastly, God kept His PROMISE to bless Abraham when He destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, only after Lot and his daughters had made it safely to Zoar. God's judgment was severe, but the jealousy -discontent- of Lot's wife cost her her life. God put Sodom and Gomorrah through a furnace, reducing them to ashes -2 Peter 2-6-, but He delivered Lot, showing Hi...

65 minAUG 17
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Faithfulness of God

Israel's Problem

This twenty-fifth message from Romans reveals Israel's problem. The nation was UNWORTHY of the privileges -9-1-5- and promises -9-6-13- that God had given them. They were attempting to hold God accountable for wrong decisions - He was showing injustice in His character, and His choices were those of a dictator. So, Paul exalts God's ability as the one who does not depend on Moses the lawgiver, nor on the mighty Pharaoh to carry out His wishes. It is clear that God alone has authority to show mercy to the righteous or to harden the ungodly. The nation of Israel was also UNSUCCESSFUL because they contended with God, contradicting His authority to make decisions. God's ability shined as He endured vessels of wrath -unbelieving Jews-, so that he might reveal the evidence of His riches upon vessels of mercy -mixed believers-. God can be held accountable for right decisions - some Gentiles shall be called sons of the living God, and a remnant of Jews will ultimately be saved.

64 minAUG 9
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Israel's Problem

Israel's Promises

This twenty-fourth message from Romans reinforces God's faithfulness to Israel. Some claimed that God has rejected His chosen people, but Paul proved that they were wrong with two examples- PROMISE -1 was fulfilled in that Sarah had a son - God's covenant was established through Isaac -Gen. 17-21-. Paul clarified that God's relationship with Israel was spiritual, not just physical - not simply through the flesh, but through this promise. PROMISE -2 was fulfilled in that the older -greater- twin was to serve the younger -lesser- twin - God's election -choosing- of Jacob was predetermined, and God's calling -invitation to serve- to Jacob was full of blessings, not based on character or conduct. The elevation of Jacob was due to God's focused blessings, devotion and preference - the demotion of Esau was due to God's determined restraint, neglect and disregard.

57 minAUG 2
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Israel's Promises

Israel's Position

This twenty-third message from Romans begins a series of nine sermons on the nation of Israel. Paul begins with his CONCERN for his brethren, who are Israelites. He honestly reveals his heart, exposing his heartache over their rejection of the Messiah, and his loving holdout as he wishes to trade places with them, taking their curse on him. Their CREDENTIALS reveal special privileges that should have led them to salvation. These privileges involved- -1- unique relationships - they were God's chosen, God's children and had God's presence- -2- unique responsibilities - they were to obey God's warranties, follow God's wisdom and only worship God- and -3- unique rights - they were given God's pledges, God's patriarchs and God's pre-eminence through the Christ.

57 minJUL 26
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Israel's Position

Triumph of Believers

This twenty-second message from Romans closes off Paul's section on the sanctification of God's children. He is confident of that all believers will be conformed to the image of Jesus Christ, because of God's SOVEREIGNTY -ultimate control over all-. Though God allows free will, at the same time, He cooperates with us, actively assisting in all things for our good -benefit-. Two parts are vital in this process- -1- our devotion to God - that we are consistently loving Him- and -2- our direction from God - that we are daily being invited to serve Him. The goal of this relationship is conformity to His Son - transformation of our souls toward Christlikeness. This process confirms our SECURITY in Christ - we can never lose our salvation because of Him. This is seen in three ways- -1- the verdict - that God is for us, so who can be against us- -2- the vindication - that God has justified us, so who can bring a charge to condemn us- and -3- the victory - that we overwhelmingly conquer in ...

53 minJUL 19
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Triumph of Believers

Latest Episodes

Israel's Remnant Chosen

This twenty-ninth message from Romans describes the future of Israel. She is SECURE in the hands of God. Proof -1 of this fact is that Paul himself -a blasphemer, persecutor and violent aggressor - 1 Tim. 1-13- was not rejected by God- and proof -2 was that even in the bad, idolatrous days surrounding Elijah, 7,000 men had not bowed their knees to Baal. God had SELECTED a remnant, not for salvation, but to share His generous blessings and to serve Him. But Israel had been SEDUCED - although she was seeking to be accepted by God, she never reached her goal. Her insensitivity excluded her, and Paul explains why - God Himself had given her a spirit of stupor, making her unresponsive spiritually. This refusal to respond brought God's indignation, leading the nation in general to false fellowship, false teaching and false security.- -Up to 10-key words-from the message that someone might be searching on.--- not-rejected Israelite foreknew remnant grace chosen hardened spirit-of-stupor darkened

65 min1 w ago
Comments
Israel's Remnant Chosen

Israel Rejected Her Messiah

This twenty-eighth message from Romans clearly reveals that Israel had rejected her Messiah. These first century Jews were UNWILLING to submit because of their disbelief of the gospel and their utter disregard of God's message - they were unpersuaded, unsubmitted and uninterested. They were UNAWARE of their condition though they had received general exposure to revelation and experienced the Gentiles being saved - leaving them unhappy and uncovered before God. He was UNWANTED by the Jews though He had incessantly appealed to them, imploring them to believe. Their avoidance of God revealed their disobedient disbelief and obstinate denial.

53 min2 w ago
Comments
Israel Rejected Her Messiah

God's Gracious Offer

This twenty-seventh message from Romans reveals God's gracious offer to all men. Two CHOICES are presented toward attaining righteousness - the efforts of men earned by works or the efforts of Christ on the cross received by faith. Salvation by Christ was never accomplished by human efforts to bring Christ down to earth -incarnation- or to bring Christ up from the dead -resurrection- - God alone sent His Son and raised Him from the dead. God alone offers an eternal CHANGE for all men- His help for all comes as a clear message as -the word of faith-, and in a simple method by confessing with your mouth that Christ is Lord and believing in your heart that God raised Him from the dead - resulting in salvation. His hope for all brings eternal assurance to whoever believes in Him, and generously appeals to whoever will call - they will be saved. Four specific CHALLENGES remain - calling requires trust, believing requires truth, hearing requires transmission and preaching requires travel....

62 min3 w ago
Comments
God's Gracious Offer

Israel's Predicament

This twenty-sixth message from Romans exposes Israel's predicament. Although blessed with special privileges and promises from God, they never achieved His righteousness. In contrast to the Gentiles who were saved by faith, Israel's FAILURE came because they relied was upon their own works - remaining unsaved. They rejected God's way of salvation, stumbling over Jesus Christ, refusing to believe in Him as their Messiah. In spite of Paul's devotion in heart and prayer, Israel's FOCUS was on desertion. Their motivation included great zeal, but lacked a personal relationship. They were guilty of mutiny as they ignorantly remained independent, refusing to be subject to God. And they did not allow Christ, their Messiah, to fulfill all righteousness for them, by simply believing in Him alone to save.

59 minAUG 30
Comments
Israel's Predicament

Kingdom Down Living

71 minAUG 24
Comments
Kingdom Down Living

Faithfulness of God

The focus of this message is on the faithfulness of God. Genesis 19 exalts God who honored the love of Abraham for Lot and his family. First, He showed MERCY to Lot by demanding that he lead his family out of harm's way. The disbelief of his future son's-in-law cost them their lives, but the angels delivered Lot, his wife and two daughters by physically putting them out of the city. Second, God showed GRACE to Lot by compassionately demanding that they escape to the mountains, even though Lot sought a compromise to God's plan. God tolerated his foolish request, based on fear, by showing him favor and letting them escape by going to Zoar. Lastly, God kept His PROMISE to bless Abraham when He destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah, only after Lot and his daughters had made it safely to Zoar. God's judgment was severe, but the jealousy -discontent- of Lot's wife cost her her life. God put Sodom and Gomorrah through a furnace, reducing them to ashes -2 Peter 2-6-, but He delivered Lot, showing Hi...

65 minAUG 17
Comments
Faithfulness of God

Israel's Problem

This twenty-fifth message from Romans reveals Israel's problem. The nation was UNWORTHY of the privileges -9-1-5- and promises -9-6-13- that God had given them. They were attempting to hold God accountable for wrong decisions - He was showing injustice in His character, and His choices were those of a dictator. So, Paul exalts God's ability as the one who does not depend on Moses the lawgiver, nor on the mighty Pharaoh to carry out His wishes. It is clear that God alone has authority to show mercy to the righteous or to harden the ungodly. The nation of Israel was also UNSUCCESSFUL because they contended with God, contradicting His authority to make decisions. God's ability shined as He endured vessels of wrath -unbelieving Jews-, so that he might reveal the evidence of His riches upon vessels of mercy -mixed believers-. God can be held accountable for right decisions - some Gentiles shall be called sons of the living God, and a remnant of Jews will ultimately be saved.

64 minAUG 9
Comments
Israel's Problem

Israel's Promises

This twenty-fourth message from Romans reinforces God's faithfulness to Israel. Some claimed that God has rejected His chosen people, but Paul proved that they were wrong with two examples- PROMISE -1 was fulfilled in that Sarah had a son - God's covenant was established through Isaac -Gen. 17-21-. Paul clarified that God's relationship with Israel was spiritual, not just physical - not simply through the flesh, but through this promise. PROMISE -2 was fulfilled in that the older -greater- twin was to serve the younger -lesser- twin - God's election -choosing- of Jacob was predetermined, and God's calling -invitation to serve- to Jacob was full of blessings, not based on character or conduct. The elevation of Jacob was due to God's focused blessings, devotion and preference - the demotion of Esau was due to God's determined restraint, neglect and disregard.

57 minAUG 2
Comments
Israel's Promises

Israel's Position

This twenty-third message from Romans begins a series of nine sermons on the nation of Israel. Paul begins with his CONCERN for his brethren, who are Israelites. He honestly reveals his heart, exposing his heartache over their rejection of the Messiah, and his loving holdout as he wishes to trade places with them, taking their curse on him. Their CREDENTIALS reveal special privileges that should have led them to salvation. These privileges involved- -1- unique relationships - they were God's chosen, God's children and had God's presence- -2- unique responsibilities - they were to obey God's warranties, follow God's wisdom and only worship God- and -3- unique rights - they were given God's pledges, God's patriarchs and God's pre-eminence through the Christ.

57 minJUL 26
Comments
Israel's Position

Triumph of Believers

This twenty-second message from Romans closes off Paul's section on the sanctification of God's children. He is confident of that all believers will be conformed to the image of Jesus Christ, because of God's SOVEREIGNTY -ultimate control over all-. Though God allows free will, at the same time, He cooperates with us, actively assisting in all things for our good -benefit-. Two parts are vital in this process- -1- our devotion to God - that we are consistently loving Him- and -2- our direction from God - that we are daily being invited to serve Him. The goal of this relationship is conformity to His Son - transformation of our souls toward Christlikeness. This process confirms our SECURITY in Christ - we can never lose our salvation because of Him. This is seen in three ways- -1- the verdict - that God is for us, so who can be against us- -2- the vindication - that God has justified us, so who can bring a charge to condemn us- and -3- the victory - that we overwhelmingly conquer in ...

53 minJUL 19
Comments
Triumph of Believers
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