Is there a way I can view my great Nephew's memorial service. I did not know you had live broadcast until after the memorial service. I am in Michigan and was unable to attend. Please put this on your site so I can view the memeorial service. I would appreciate an email letting me know if you can do accomondate my request.
Is my conclusion correct if I say: 1.) That we absolutely must always forgive quickly and be willing to forgive, anything done against us and love that person. 2.) That our desire must always be for restoration. (And this is where the BUT comes in...) But if there is no repentance how can true restoration take place? Because although Christ have forgiven us, that forgiveness only truly comes into effect (acceptance as child) when we repent - doesn't it? 3.) Taking the second part of point 2 into account; How can I then truly say that I have forgiven & love that person if, because there were no repentance, I don't want to pretend that everything have been sorted out & restored - if it weren't talked through because they refuse?? It was said to me, to be the 'better' person & to confess & repent of accusations against me in order to restore the relationship. How is this even possible to make a false confession & repent of something you know you didn't do?
John, Thanks for this teaching. I e-mailed it to my 16 year old grandson, Nick, who has professed Christ but uses crude language. I asked him to consider the scriptures you referenced and to think about it. Bill
I so appreciate the teaching from Dr Peacock each week. I can't always listen live as we are 5 hours ahead of you but I listen online later. Could we have the video version when there are charts used pleased. Many thanks and God bless you all.
Praying for you and your grandmother, Christopher. Great post. Keep your eyes on Jesus and walk by faith. The waves and winds cannot keep you from walking on the water if you have your eyes on the Lord. Thanks for getting out of the boat and trusting Him with your life.
Amen! "...every house is builded by some man..." (Heb 3:4). What would the world be like with more men leading their families? How would the younger generation be different? I believe there are still men out there willing to take the charge. They just need someone to show them the way.
It's difficult at times to hear the young black haired preacher (sorry, don't know his name). It's a shame as he is doing a great job! Please look into the sound problem so we can be blessed by his teaching and not have to adjust the speakers too much. I only noticed this problem tonight, usually it is fine. Thanks and keep up the good work!! I thank the Lord always for your webcast.