Sermons on Ezekiel
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 11 November 2015
The personal spiritual message of Ezekiel 1 - the call of a prophet certainly, but also the commission that should dawn dramatically on all believers, bringing a powerful sense of God, His glory and omniscience. How this brings fruitfulness, while its absence has ruined much evangelical witness.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 18 November 2015
First, proof that Ezekiel's commission applies to all believers. Secondly, why he is constantly reminded of his human vulnerabilities. Thirdly, how the Spirit carries him and us over the opposition of the age. Fourthly, proclamational not missional (in the modern sense) methods are commanded.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 25 November 2015
A new vision of the holiness of God fills the prophet with indignation at the insult to Him of apostasy. Commissioned a watchman to souls, a time of barren ministry creates dependence on the unction of the Spirit, while the siege enactment teaches his attitude.
Bible Study— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 2 December 2015
It is remarkable how the vision-messages given by God to Ezekiel are structured and divided to ideal sermonic form, as if they are inspired lessons in delivery. Here we see the Lord's own subject, shape and divisions for several major 'sermons'.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 9 December 2015
From the parables of the vine and of two great eagles the greatest faults of the 'typical' church (repeated today) were pride and idolatry. Ezekiel shows that humility, simplicity and faithfulness are essential for true blessing. We see how worldliness is the equivalent of idolatry.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 16 December 2015
Despite training, Israelites were ignorant of doctrine, choosing uninspired nonsense over the Word. They thought Exodus taught that parental sin was punished in children. Ezekiel denies it, unless children choose to sin. A call to personal knowledge of doctrine and conduct - so rare today.
Gospel Sermon— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 22 September 2019
The feelings of God disclosed by the prophet for all who live and die without knowing Him and His forgiveness, wasting the treasures of life, and going into a lost eternity. Here is the call of God to come to Him for new life.
Gospel Sermon— Dr Peter Masters | 6:30pm | Sunday 5 May 2013
'God is unfair,' they said. But God declares that He has no pleasure in seeing lives thrown away in materialism, unbelief and spiritual loss. Here is the cause of the problem, God's remedy, His fairness, His mercy, and what He does for those who turn to Him.
Ezekiel 26 - 28
Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study, Bible Study— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 27 January 2016
Among nations to be judged for hostility to God's people, Tyre was unique, and subject to uniquely phased judgement. Here is how she parallels anti-Christian thought today, and the perspective we gain from this (already partially fulfilled) prophecy.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Sunday 28 September 2014
Often called 'The parable of dry bones', this dramatic prophetic vision predicts a future revival of God's people, and also gives a narrative of spiritual conversion - the theme of this message. Here is our lifelessness as unbelievers, and the process of receiving new life from God.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30pm | Wednesday 3 February 2016
An obvious parable (as Ezekiel shows by building in major pointers) about the coming of Christ and the church age, telling us about the constant hostility of the world against the church, how God will restrict it, and its end times crescendo when Christ returns.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30am | Wednesday 17 February 2016
Is this great city/temple vision to be fulfilled literally or does it portray Christ's Church? Here are the reasons why historic interpreters were all sure it pointed to the Church, and how this view reveals the many vital pastoral applications for today.
— Dr Peter Masters | 7:30am | Wednesday 24 February 2016
Ezekiel has lamented the failure of separation from the world, and now the river symbolises the church's positive work in the world. Here is the meaning of its secret source and miraculous expansion, with our soul-winning priority, and the incidental yet mighty social benefits in times when there is great…