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Sermon The Rich Young Ruler | Jeff Arthur
Philippus Schutte from Australia
"The law makes us look at Jesus, Jesus makes us look at the Love of God who..."
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Sermon9/18/13 1:21 PM
Emily | Western North Carolina  Find all comments by Emily
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E. A. Johnston
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Thank you for this message! When I hear preachers and teachers talk about "carnal Christians, I often wonder how they reconcile that view with scripture. For example, Phil. 2:13 says "For it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his good pleasure." God saves us where we're at, but He does not leave us there. True believers receive the grace of sanctification, which power works in us throughout our lives. "Because the carnal mind is enmity against God: for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be." (Rom. 8:7). If the carnal mind is enmity against God and not subject to His law, how can there be such a thing as a carnal Christian? Dr. Johnston, you make a wonderful biblical case against the "carnal Christian" teaching, and it is a breath of fresh air!

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Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
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I mean this is just crazy! Their TRYING to use the Bible to support homosexuality but while it clearly states in the Bible that it is a SIN.

News Item8/4/13 1:34 PM
Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
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I agree with Martin from Texas.

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Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
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I sadly I can see this happening in America. All I will say is be grounded in God's word. Live according to It. DO NOT coward down to men. Why fear men when you should fear God even more so. I will speak the truth no matter what and I hope you will too!

Sermon5/28/13 3:16 PM
Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
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The only way I can believe someone has truly been to heaven and back is if their goal is not to do their own will but God's will. And strive for saving many from eternal damnation. For who can stand face to face with God and not change their ways completely. We must as believers go back to the scriptures in these times of false prophets leading us astray. But God's word will never lead us astray for He is perfect and holy. May the Bible be you foundation which it can never be destroyed. Ask our Father in heaven for protection against false prophets ask Him that you will not fall for their unbiblical messages. I will pray that His people will not fall for such things.

Sermon5/28/13 2:59 PM
Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
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The only way I can believe someone has been to heaven and back is if their life has been turned around to see that God's word is completely true and they strive to save many from eternal damnation. If Jesus is not their main focus their experience CANNOT be true. Who stand in the very presence of God face to face and not focus on His glory. We must as believers turn to the word of God for ansers

Sermon12/13/12 5:37 PM
Emily | Waynesville, NC  Find all comments by Emily
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This teaching will greatly encourage you and help you stay focused on Jesus when life's storms are raging. Of all the good sermons on this subject here on SermonAudio, this one by Rev. Sterritt is my top pick!

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Sermon7/5/11 10:02 PM
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The Barley Harvest
Voddie Baucham
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Emily | australia  Find all comments by Emily
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I agree that i have a narrow view of home-schooling.

I, like you, want the best for my children. I want them to grow into Godly young men.

I went to gov't school and I became a Christian. I don't think it negatively influenced me all that much. I know it's worse now, But is it that bad that we should abandon it?

Kenny, I'm curious as to how home-schooling is done in the US. I would like to see some positive home-schooling experiences.

News Item1/3/09 1:13 AM
Emily | Australia  Find all comments by Emily
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So you're saying that after a child has completed their schooling (by whatever means) they are then capable to go out into the world alone, and not before?
We go out into institutions for most of the day when we work, or attend University. Should this be our first experience of attending an institution for most of the day?
Wouldn't you say that attending an institution with the support of parents to help and guide them through each day, is far better than saying 'now you're on your own, remember everything i taught you!'
I know of some children who were home-schooled. Now they are not serving God, struggle to keep down a job, are poorly educated and have little social skills. I believe this is a reflection of a sheltered upbringing and home-schooling.
I believe many important things can be learned for public schooling. Including the sinfulness of man, and things that do not glorify God! I believe it is easy to show children that they should behave differently to their peers when they can see a contrast to the behaviour of Christians and non-Christians.

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Emily | Australia  Find all comments by Emily
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I just don't think we can put all our eggs in the basket of govt schooling. We have a responsibility to raise our children in the ways of God, this doesn't begin at school age and end with a certificate. I have a 2 yr old who i'm training in the ways of God now.
A dedicated, godly parent would be using the experiences their children face in govt school to teach them the ways of God. It's still a protective environment, if done correctly.
If anything i've found that home-schooled children are more vulnerable and fragile when they are finally thrust into the world.
I think govt school provides a natural stepping stone into the world for our young children.

Sermon12/24/08 3:52 PM
Emily | Waynesville, NC  Find all comments by Emily
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Is Christmas Christian? Part I
Brian Schwertley
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Proverbs 18:13 says "He that answereth a matter before he heareth it, it is folly and shame unto him." The Holy Spirit will open the eyes of those who truly desire truth. Pastor Schwertley presents a solid biblical teaching here, so please listen to this sermon and then, if you have been observing Christmas traditions, take it to the Lord in prayer for deliverance from this pagan worship.

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