Dear Pastor: My husband and I have just begun listening to your teachings. We are now KJV bible believers! Question: Why would Father God ask Abraham to offer his son in a burnt offering? It seems odd to us that God would tell him to do something that HE clearly hated! To see Children..especially first born to be given into the fire? We realize it is a picture of salvation thru Jesus but it seems contradictory in many ways.
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This is wonderful. Am greatly thrilled that she was an active servant if God just like my late mum. Please kindly permit me to use part of this for a write up am compiling for in remembrance if my late mother
Thank you for your bold ministry that is teaching me to be bolder. I am asking for prayer for deliverance from smoking, it is a stumbling block in my witness and it takes money away from God's kingdom. I don't want to be condemned, mostly the condemnation comes from myself. I haven't been able to just set it aside and I know you would probably say if you love Christ wholeheartedly you would quit but I do love Him with my entire heart. Jesus saved me out of some of the very worst darkness, the bible says to confess our faults to one another that we may be healed for the fervent prayer of the righteous avails much so please add me to your church prayer list. Thank you and God bless you and the saints in your congregation!
Amen! Man is dead spiritually and therefore unable to do anything on his own. Yes, that means that he cannot make a "decision" for the Lord of his own choice. The Lord Jesus told the man with the withered hand to "stretch out your hand". The man under his own power could not do so, but through the power of Jesus, he could and he did. So it is with salvation...Salvation is of the Lord!
John, You are in good company with the Apostle Paul in Philippians 1:12 (KJV) 12 But I would ye should understand, brethren, that the things which happened unto me have fallen out rather unto the furtherance of the gospel;
I have seen AND LIKE the Cathcart quote, "Christian history, in the First Century, was strictly and properly Baptist history, although the word "Baptist," as a distinctive appellation was not then known. How could it be? How was it possible to call any Christians Baptist Christians, when all were Baptists?" but I cannot find it on page 286 of his works as state. Please advise. Thank you
Yes, I agree with you. The Bible declares the sovereignty of God from Genesis to Revelations and yet many "believers" make light of the Sovereign Potter. He created and sustains all things. He sends the rain and brings drought. He kills and He makes alive. He does as He pleases in Heaven, earth, seas, and all deep places. He choose Israel and not all nations. He called Abram out of Ur. He called Moses, Noah, His Apostles. He laid His life down, it was not taken from Him. He has power over all flesh...and yet He is worried about man choosing to let Him be the Lord of their life. I don't think so.