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Wonderful but Terrifying Truth I heard this years ago and saved it as a favorite. I listen to it from time to time when I start to feel a little too comfortable and snug in my Christian life. When the daily tasks becomes more important than my saved and redeemed life in Christ, it's time to be reminded of His sacrifices and what mine should be. There is nothing more important...and I lose sight of that when the world pushes its agenda into my life...do I yield to the demands of the day more than I yield to Him and the strgenth of His word. This sermon speaks to my soul, and gently but firmly draws me back.
I Needed To Hear This Today, we who are members of so-called Reformed churches often have to walk a fine line between being zealous for, and being desirous of, biblical worship and the upholding of the Regulative Principle (for example, exclusive Psalm singing and the church's solemn duty to carry out Christ's Great Commission)... while at the same time maintaining a helpful, charitable attitude toward the church's leadership, who often fail to maintain adherence to biblical worship. Moreover, it seems to me that most Reformed churches are extremely insular. As a church member, you sometimes find yourself being put into the dubious position of having to fight city hall. This can be very frustrating, and it sometimes causes you to question your own stock of Christian love. This two-part series by Pastor Schwertley has certainly caused me to question my own.
Great sermon! Excellent point that religious leaders are much more important in God's eyes then civil ones. If American Christians were as concerned with our religious leaders - i.e., whether or not they are godly men who teach biblical truth - as we are with presidential elections, our churches and our nation would be much better off.
Encouraging sermon! Thank you for the encouraging words. I have been sowing in prayer for the salvation of a loved one for the last five years, often with many tears, and I have shared the Word of God at any given opportunity, but my loved one is still far from the Lord. Thank you for reminding me to stand on the promises of God when sowing in faith. "Those who sow with tears shall reap with songs of joy" and "Cast your bread upon the waters, for after many days it will come back to you". I pray that the Lord will increase our patience as we wait upon Him. Many blessings ,Patrizia
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