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David A. Thommen

Executive Minister

Trinity Church of Portland

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Trinity Church of Portland

5511 SE Hawthorne Blvd

Portland, Oregon,97215

United States

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Employment History

Assistant Director Doctor of Ministry Program

Western Seminary


Instructor

Krav Maga Global Northwest


Pastor

Instructor


Pastor - Teacher

CASCADE ACCESS LLC


Part-Time Intern

Grace Church


Senior Pastor

Estacada Christian Church


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Trinity Church Of Portland > Trinity Church of Portland Sermons

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Trinity Church Of Portland > Blog Posts by David Thommen Subscribe to the RSS Feed Featured Blogposts All Blogposts The Astonishing Truth of a Different Gospel September 16, 2015 by David Thommen David Thommen 1


Reformation Theology: May 2007 Archives

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Reformation Theology: September 2007 Archives

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The writings of the prophets are filled with predictions of a coming glorious king, from the line of David, who would once again take up the scepter, destroy the enemies of the people of God, and reign in righteousness forevermore (e.g. II Samuel 7:12-13, Isaiah 11:1- 16, Jeremiah 23:5-6).
These same prophets also speak much of a coming servant of the Lord, who would suffer much, and be despised and rejected by his own people (e.g. Isaiah 42:1-9; 49:6-13; 52:13-53:12). In Jesus, these two distinct prophetic lines converge with admirable precision, his everlasting kingship being loudly proclaimed by the same people who, a few days later, would reject him indeed, and leave him to drink alone the inexpressible cup of the Father's wrath, a man afflicted beyond measure and full to the brim with sorrows surpassing the imagination. But herein lies the wonder: these two remarkably diverse characteristics of the person and ministry of the Son of David do not co-exist in an unnatural and forced juxtaposition, but rather complement and give meaning to each other, in a relationship that bursts all conceptual bounds of true glory and praiseworthiness that had ever before been dreamed up, extending the dominion of the Kingdom of the Christ into realms that no king had ever before conquered. The unique glory of Christ consists in part of his humility and suffering; and through his time of humiliation, he became the king of death and hell, victorious over sin and the devil, even as before he was the king of life and righteousness. David Thommen, Senior Pastor of Estacada Christian Church brought out a huge contingent of willing workers to help set the thing up. Anyone who wants to hear an MP3 of Sproul and Phillips can acess it here with an introduction by Pastor David Thommen and Ligonier's Mel Duncan.


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