Darby Creek Church [DCC]
Darby Creek Church Worship Service for November 4, 2018
Sermon notes for church service at Darby Creek Church on Sunday, November 4, 2018. Service starts at 10am EST.
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  • Darby Creek Church [DCC]
    1145 Amity Rd, Galloway, OH 43119, USA
    Sunday 8:00 AM

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Music from today
O God, Our Help In Ages Past
How Great Thou Art
God Of Wonders
O Come To The Altar
My Maker And My King
The Left Side of Your Bible - Part 1 [November 4, 2018] Doug Cornelius
Why the Old Testament Matters Today:

-Because it is part of the “All Scripture” - II Timothy 3:14-17

-Because the entire Bible, including the Old Testament is the story of Jesus Christ our Redeemer - Luke 24:25-27

-Because the old testament was written for our learning and give us hope – Romans 15:4

-Because the Old Testament is the foundation on which the house of the New Testament is built - Ephesians 2:20

-Because the first church was build upon the revealed Scriptures of the Old Testament Acts 17:10-11; 28:17-23

-Answers so many questions about us:
Origins, purpose, relationships, organization
Key Genesis Points

The Book of Genesis details new beginnings.

1. The original creation (Gen. 1-9) that was followed by the fall of mankind, rebellion and ultimately God’s judgment in a worldwide flood.
2. The new beginning with Noah and his family that was followed by the tower of Babel rebellion and ultimately God’s judgment in the confounding of languages (Gen. 10-11).
3. The new beginning with Abram (Gen. 12-50) when God put His hand on a nation and set them apart as His instrument in the earth to fulfill His purposes
Key Exodus Points

1. The Need for Redemption—The People Enslaved (Ex. 1-6)
2. The Strength of the Redeemer—The Plagues on Egypt (Ex. 7-12)
3. The Nature of Redemption—Purchased by Blood (Ex. 12-18)
4. The Relationship of the Redeemed—A Covenant of Obedience with the Lord (Ex. 19-24)
5. Provision Made for Man’s Failure—The Tabernacle of the Meeting (Ex. 25-40)
Key Leviticus Points

1. The Offerings (Chapters 1-7)
2. The Priesthood (Chapters 8-10; 21:1-22:10)
3. The Feasts and Seasons (Chapters 11-27)
Key Numbers Points

1. The evil report of the 10 spies (Num. 13-14)
2. Seven murmurings of the people (throughout book).
3. Moses’ smiting of the rock (Num. 20:1-13)
4. The Bronze Serpent (Num. 21:4)
5. The Talking Donkey (Num. 22:22)
6. Joshua named as Moses’ successor (Num. 27:12)
7. Guidelines for entering the land (Num. 33-35)
Key Deuteronomy Points

1. It is a book of transition. Note the following transitions in Deuteronomy:
2. Transition to a new generation
3. Transition to a new leader—Joshua
4. Transition to a new possession
5. Transition to a new lifestyle (no longer tent dwellers)
Note: Deuteronomy 6:5-9
6. Transition to a new revelation of the love of God.
7. Civil laws in addition to the Levitical law
What is the Law?

Is the law then contrary to the promises of God? Certainly not! For if a law had been given that could give life, then righteousness would indeed be by the law.

Peace With God

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