Thought provoking! It is truly amazing what God can do in a sinner's life. As I listened I was slightly uncomfortable with the idea that someone like Jeffrey Dahmer could be saved. I remembered his crimes and felt he didn't deserve such mercy.
Then I was reminded that neither did I deserve mercy, yet the Lord graciously saved me, a sinner! What a humbling thought. Praise God for salvation and for His great love toward sinners!
Can't wait to listen Some people can benefit from it medicinally. There are many that abuse & misuse even beneficial things. Doesn't make it the plants fault, but rather speaks to your and our own sinful nature that can wrongly idolize anything including marijuana. I myself am ADD with racing thoughts and it helps me to focus. I also have many bodily ailments & pains & other physical symptoms like joint pain, due to ulcerative colitis. I work a regular job, & even was a monthly award recipient in my workplace. Sounds like mj has really "negatively impacted" my life because it's a sinful corrupt plant that will make you a zombie with no goals. Stop blaming a plant, this one can't even kill you! Severely unlike legal alcohol.
Great Sermon! That was an intensely interesting sermon, and most needful! If professing Christians were better acquainted with the Scripture they would not be led astray by smooth tongued decievers.
Great Sermon! Thanks for that interesting piece of history. Being a man of God certainly didn't shield him from personal grief. Losing his wife and child reminds of the same grief in the life of another great man, John Patton.
Great Sermon! This sermon was a great blessing to my soul. I was fast asleep in bypath meadow and had (sadly) dropped my roll.
Whither should backsliding children return, but to the Lord their God, from whom they have backslidden, and who alone can heal their backslidings?
Interesting discussion.All make good points worth thinking about, many thanks !
However, Mercy,how can someone be an 'overcomer'if they have not themselves done so? I have never met any Christian who was miraculously delivered from all sin and struggles. I was hoping for this myself after conversion and disappointed when it did not happen! I felt an inferior Christian until I noticed I was not alone. Another good source is "how to live the Christian life"by Hannah Whitall-Smith written in Victorian times.It proves that converted Christians in those days also struggled with the same issues.