Just What I Needed "Notice it says whoever eats in an unworthy manner. It does not say whoever eats without being worthy. No one is worthy. That‚Äôs the whole point." ~ Paul Washer
Many people (including myself most of my Christian life) take communion with a catholic mindset as if we can clean ourselves up before a holy God. When we take The Lord's Supper with this thinking, we don't really understand how wretched we are and Christ's finished atonement. This 35 minute sermon by Paul Washer set me free from my misunderstanding of 1 Corinthians 11.
Wonderful I loved the introduction on how too many testimonies sound like God saves victims rather than sinners. Good clarification and I will be more aware of that if I'm ever asked to give my testimony. I also thought I was crazy when God saved me. I can so relate to what Bro. Paul was sharing. I was also a liar and a coward.
Powerful Sermon! Pastor Conrad admonishes powerfully the Words of our Lord and Savior, Yeshua Messiah! This Country of luke warm "christians" - myself included -needs this living Word on the cross. Thank you for your faithfulness. And thank the Holy Spirit for this timely Word.
Great Sermon! This was amazing. I share the same burden as Paul in the salvation of my kinsmen.
I keep checking for the next sermon of Romans 10 and how verses 9-10 are misappied even in my own church. I look forward to sharing it with the leaders.
God bless you Dr. Baucham and thank you!
Ashamed! I was there during both speaking engagements, and I was stunned, not only at the apathy of most of the audience at this particular sermon, but convicted of my own coldness of heart.
You won't know by listening to this sermon, but Washer walked off of stage and out the doors rather than give the typical prayer and "thank you". As he was walking outside, he silenced the starting of applause with a "No, don't!" As unconventional as that was, it jarred me to conviction. I as well as a handful of the people there, shared the shame of our apathy for the cross. According to sources on campus, there was salvation that day; praise the LORD!
Keep up the fight Brother Paul. We are starting to listen in spite of all the distractions that clutter our lives and minds. God is doing a work through you.
Wow! I'm always amazed how Washer preaches. I don't know how he does it, but through God, he manages to outdue himself. Very convicting with intensity that makes you fall on your knees from all of the prosperity of the US.
Thank you again! I was reading the country craft comment and led me to remember that the Lord did the same thing in my life. I had no real nice dishes, and I wouldn't dare pray about such a silly request. Suddenly a woman I barely knew gave me a entire set of the most adorable dishware. I knew it was from God. He does care about his children in the smallest of details. Thank you Brother Paul for sharing this story. He loves us for who we are and cares for even the "girly" things for his daughters.
Thanks again! Love, love, love this wisdom. I'm a mother of three boys, and this stuff is not taught in churches. Practical teaching straight from our Master. We'd be wise to listen. I'm so frustrated to be stuck in a church that prides itself to be conservative, but is not open to Washer's teaching. They may agree, but will not heed.
Great Sermon! Pastor Martin, Thank you for this sermon. I was convicted and humbled. In looking at myself and in-put form my husband and son,modesty is something that I practice but I believe I can do even more. I am so thankful that you obeyed God and preached this message. The church needs this message. I have been listening to you for about 1 1/2 years. Your solidness to preach Scripture Alone is what I desire to hear and obey. Thank you so much.