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WOW! This was the best sermon I have ever ( and I DO mean ever) heard on the opening of the Gospel of Mark. I was encouraged and educated, and I am eagerly looking forward to more in this series. Thank you!
Great Sermon! it just looks like "50 Shades of CHRISTIAN DeCay!!
many of these girls are doing just that.
BTW, i've read something about this silly book, and found out about the 'mans' first name....hmmmmm==I DON'T READ PORN!!
Great Sermon! Though technically we have become aliens and strangers in our home country I think we have an obligation to speak as God's prophets to our nation. We should warn it of the consequences of not only suppressing the truth in unrighteousness here but exporting and teaching the whole world to learn and practice unrighteousness. It would be one thing if the U.S. was poor and isolated but we have the finances, intellect, power, and policy to persuade by financial incentives or by force the governments of the world to do and teach good to their people or do and teach evil. I read about Elijah, Elisha and many other prophets constantly bumping heads with kings like Ahab and Jeroboam in Israel. I see wicked Nineveh repenting at the preaching of Jonah. I see King Jehoash doing right in the sight of the Lord because of the godly influence of Jehoiada the priest. Paul and his fellow missionaries always trying to persuade the NATION of Israel to repent and come to God in every place they found them. To paraphrase MLK we should be the moral consciousness of our nation. Are we not God's watchmen? Do you want this modern day Babylon the Great to keep offering her abominable cup of wickedness to the world? How will the unsaved hear without a preacher that does not preach to them?
Excellent Sermon! In a day when the public worship of God has degenerated to man-centred will-worship, sadly being the norm in many congregations, one delights in hearing a clear and solid emphasis being laid upon the biblical requirement of the Regulative Principle of Worship prescribed in the Holy Scriptures.
We pray for the return of a mighty resurgence in faithful submission to biblical praise as found in God's inspired and inerrant hymn book - The Psalms of David. A revival of true biblical religion is sorely needed in our land.
Excellent Teaching! Refreshing to hear Truth from the Word of God on this subject. It was like finding an oasis in the desert. I'd encourage all to drink of this water if you're thirsty. Grace and truth flow from this fountain, and I trust you'll not be disappointed. Thanks be to God.
I am thankful to God for using this man.
Truth! Amazing sermon. I've listened to Pastor Lawsons sermons so much that I can memorize my favorite like songs.
This sermon spoke to me. I heard this the day he preached it and probably over 100 times since.
Great difference. What a difference between the ministry of a man called by God to service, and of a man who runs and speaks from his own ambition! In the first place there is the Word of God, power and spiritual life. In the second, fleshly power and no spiritual fruit.
Great Sermon! A provoking look into the 3 major philosophical beliefs in Greece that Paul faced as he preached the Gospel. Phil does an excellent job giving us an historical picture of what dominated the city that first heard the meaning of Christianity -- very interesting overview described indepth.
Revealing Sermon! While the entire sermon was revealing, a phrase Phil used "That trying to hide a secret sin from God was as if you were an atheist and did not fear God" That's a very unusual way of looking and analyzing secret sins -- makes me think more deeply about that.