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Distracted or confused Our day suffers from smudged concepts of what a Christian is. There are only two groups of peoples in this world, the ones for Christ or âin Christâ, and those against Christ, say the enemies of the cross. However, the 21ts century endorses a larger category incorporating the backsliding Christian, the nominal Christian, the carnal Christian, the none-committed Christian, the worldly Christian, the separate brethren, and now, the âPagan Christianâ as all belonging to the first group above. However, Philippians 3:18-19 defines the enemies of the cross as those âwhose end is destructionâ. The enemies of the cross are not Christians who act like âpagan Christiansâ; they are simply NOT born again. âWhosoever commits sin is the servant of sin, and is of the devilâ âBeware of dogs, beware of evil workers, beware of the concision. For we are the circumcision, which worship God in the spirit, and rejoice in Christ Jesus, and have no confidence in the flesh.â By the way people apply these truths, we might identify who speaks from Christâs fold and who doesnât. âMark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample, for many âŚ are the enemies of the cross of Christâ Advice from any outside of the fold of Christ should not entertain our speculations, or consume the space of our instruction.
Agree I agree with the statements made concerning Lent.
I would love to see the Berean pastors having a discussion of the place of regular fasting (and prayer) in the believer's life.
Sometimes I think that we as modern Christians are willing to eschew many religious traditions - for the sake of not seeming religious. But yet we often skip some completely.
A NEEDED REMINDER Thr enemy of our souls is very busy deceiving folks. He knows what message our flesh wants to feast on. That message is found everywhere, even in pulpits! Thanks, Brian, for this reminder.
INFORMATIVE Thanks for the examples. I am going to look for the marginal notes of the KJV translators. I like reading footnotes and commentaries. There are many tools to help us study the Bible. Also, I like comparing translations. Thanks for pointing out the fact that there is an agenda/a bias behind some translations. We are to be discerning.
Dangerous or beneficial? When evaluating Bible translations it is dangerous to blindly, or unfairly justify preconceived allegations or pretexts against a version for the sake of it merely. As attempted in some measure in this presentation, when finding apparent inaccuracies it is judicious to assess in depth and with noble reliability, not only the accuracy of the word rendering, but the character, bias, origins, purpose, motives, theological stand, manuscript source, and personal agenda of those in charge. Following such guideline, the safer stand of the AV above other translations can be upheld. There is no need to fear for cults to assert Christ as a created being because of the rendering of âonly begottenâ for the Greek word monogen?s in John 1:18 when this is the actual meaning of the word. The deity and preexistence of Christ can be proved from other parts of Scripture.
Very Revealing Sermon! This sermon should stir every Christian to get serious about looking at the trends and directions that are happening in America. They are obvious in every aspect of our culture. If we look back 50 yrs. we can see the earliest
"symptoms" that have lead to outright actions -- in our churches, in politics, in medicine, in society, etc. -- all the major parts of our nation have changed drastically, and mostly for the worse. From these signs, you can use the Holy Bible to see where we will be in just a few decades. Unless we have Revival, our nation will be a third-class of Christianity -- we can see what has happened in Europe a once strong Christian stronghold, now nobody goes to a Christian church -- we're on the same road to destruction without God as our leader.
Great Sermon! Wow, this guy is worse than Joel Osteen. At least Joel Osteen mentions God frequently. Rob Bell doesn't even mention God most of the time.
This is worse than the blind leading the blind; this is someone intentionally misleading the blind.
God have mercy...
Sobering Sermon Thank you for being a courageous church body and for preaching to the Apostasy that is consuming the "Visible" church. Often times, sincere believers who are troubled by the worldliness and the apostasy of this age, are criticized as "legalistic" or divisive, when they are seeking to honor the Lord in EVERY area of life. It is reassuring to me that other true Christians across the globe are seeking to honor God according to His word. I listen to the Free Presbyterian sermons, quite a lot and am blessed immensely.
Great Sermon! At least someone in eastern Ky. Has insight in scripture. It cost me my home church of almost 40 years. I refused to except water baptism as a mode of salvation. I also could see the millennial reign and the reinstitution of the nation of Israel as the head instead of the tail. John came preaching the gospel of the kingdom, Christ continued the same gospel. I reached the conclusion; you can't fix stupid. May pay you a visit Lord willing. You see I have nowhere to worship. Just an old Calvinist Baptist whom God gave some knowledge of His word. The biggest enemies of truth are church members not sinners. I pray God may bless you.
Encouraging I was encouraged because I fight the sin of fear and anxiety; and though it never goes away forever, I fight it whenever it surfaces. Instead of being defeated by the resurfacing of this issue, I am encouraged to know that battling it is pleasing to God, and that I will be free of it one day