Love and Loyalty

Love and Loyalty (Deuteronomy 33:26-29)

Today's message concludes our series in the book of Deuteronomy. We're looking at Deuteronomy 33:26-29; the privilege of God's relationship with us and His eternal care for His children.

Love and Loyalty 6 (Deuteronomy 20)

May 24, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

Today we come to a troubling chapter - one where we read about the Israelites going to war and laying siege against cities. What do we learn from this chapter about who God is and how He leads His children?

Love and Loyalty 5 (Deuteronomy 12–26)

May 17, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

What do we do with all those weird and wacky Old Testament laws found in Deuteronomy 12–26?

Love and Loyalty 4 (Deuteronomy 6)

May 10, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

Today's message focuses on Deuteronomy 6, and how loving God with our whole heart, soul and might means an exclusive allegiance of unreserved love that permeates life. It's a total, personal response that is powered by grace.

Love and Loyalty 3 (Deuteronomy 5)

May 3, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

Today's message looks at the Ten Commandments as written in Deuteronomy 5. From this message, we'll see that in Christ, every one of these commandments becomes a promise. Also in today's service we'll be celebrating the Lord's Table together. For those who are Christ-followers, you can have some bread and juice available and we will be guided through taking the elements together. For those who have not yet trusted Christ, you can listen and think through what these elements represent. Should you have any questions, reach out to us via email at office@calvaryburlington.ca

Love and Loyalty 2 (Deuteronomy 4:1–40)

Listening to God's Word • April 26, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

We see in Deuteronomy 4:1–40 that listening to God's Word is a way of life.

Will You Trust God?

Deuteronomy 1–3 • April 19, 2020 • Pastor Ian Havercroft

On the threshold of God's promised land, Moses begins a heartfelt sermon to God's people by retracing their steps in the wilderness... and pointing out their stupidity in comparison to God's provision. Oh dear! Will they tuck tail and retreat? Or take the next step of obedience to their Lord? Sounds a lot like the decisions we often have to make.