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Sermon6/11/14 12:09 PM
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Christ's tears and our tears
Dr. Joel Beeke
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Jesus wept.

News Item6/18/09 3:10 PM
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Homeschooling in the UK is under threat from bureaucrats and politicians.
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"LONDON, June 11, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Under newly announced Labour government rules, local council authorities are authorized to enter private homes to interview children, without parents present, on their safety and “quality of education.” The new regulations have raised fears among Britain’s homeschooling community of a government attack on the rights of parents to educate their children at home.
Families will be forced to register with authorities and could face criminal penalties if they are deemed to be inadequately educating their children"

I can see these bureaucrats forcing homosexual lifestyle and evolution onto unsuspecting Christian parents!!!


Sermon10/11/08 11:12 AM
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The Christian Mind
G. Brent Bradley
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Rev. Bradley declares that we are in a revolution in church and society. He is right! And we can observe this happening all around us, in the radical overthrow of God's authority. People no longer wrestle with sin. We need to recapture the Christian mind. This is the alternative to the worldly mind of iniquity. Quote, "You didn't change your mind, God changed your heart." Thankyou Rev Bradley. Great work.

Survey10/9/08 9:17 AM
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May I point out that the sermon below is more to do with John Ch. 6 than Ch. 10. It is called "I am the door" - But refers more to "I am the Bread"(ch.6).
Still a good message.
Thankyou.

http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=82506175328


Sermon10/9/08 9:12 AM
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I am the Door
Rev. Stephen Hamilton
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Excellent Message. Thankyou. May I point out that this sermon is more about "I am the bread" chap 6; - rather than "I am the door" chap 10.

News Item10/5/08 5:12 PM
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"Pittsburgh diocese voted overwhelmingly Saturday to break from the liberal Episcopal Church"

Excellent.
It is good to see the battle in full swing.
God be with them.


News Item9/16/08 5:27 PM
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"We want to know what they're saying, what they're wearing, where they're going and whom they're with. Indeed, billion-dollar industries revolve around our indefatigable obsession with celebrities."

This is just plain old sad!!
To look-up to modern celebrity must mean there is something missing in your own life or personality. This is also plain old idolatry for a person who has no life of their own.

Exodus 20:4 Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth:


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"Some Hindu groups view the work of Christian missionaries in the state with suspicion. They accuse missionaries of bribing or forcing Hindus into converting. ..."

The problem with these pagan religions is that they do not know how God works, nor do they expect the convert to have done any more than intellectual assent.


News Item7/20/07 7:34 AM
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"Theologians and religious leaders from the Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, Orthodox, Protestant, Evangelical and other Christian communities"

The problem with this statement is that to bring all these groups into ecumenism, you first have to redefine their titles. Eg protestant and evangelical....

2Corin 6:15
And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?


News Item7/20/07 7:19 AM
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"The tribunal has rightly made clear that the Church of England cannot discriminate against gay people with impunity. No-one, not even a bishop, is exempt from the law."

The "Law" of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Although the Anglicans have clearly brought this on themselves because of their satanic liberalism, it still serves to illustrate that we live in anti-Christian, anti-Law of God times.

Come Lord Jesus come soon.

32 "Who knowing the judgment of God, that they which commit such things are worthy of death, not only do the same, but have pleasure in them that do them."


News Item6/26/07 3:54 PM
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Neil
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"quid quo pro"

I worked in Saudi for four years on American contracts. Believe me they are paying! - As for "quid quo pro" = equal exchange? No! It's more like they are being "fleeced" by professional bureacrats etc.


Sermon5/27/07 3:57 PM
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Mans Chief End
Jim Savastio
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This is an outstanding message particularly to those who're finding themselves distracted from their first love, for those discouraged in their walk, for those chased by their besetting sins, etc. New believers, and those who've walked long with the Lord will find encouragement to not grow weary in finishing the race. Pastor Jim exhorts us in the most important priorities of all time.

Survey5/18/07 4:44 PM
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The interesting thing about JD's verse is what it goes on to say....

Rom 10:13 "For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.
14 How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?
15 And how shall they preach, except they be sent?"

The question then becomes, "how do they believe" that of course is where the Holy Spirit comes in, as you know.


Survey5/18/07 2:59 PM
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Wayne from BC

Is'nt the problem with your statement "who can pray?"

Can the natural man still dead in his sins pray, - and will he be heard by God?

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Matthew 23:14 Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye devour widows' houses, and for a pretence make long prayer: therefore ye shall receive the greater damnation.

Were they "heard" by God?


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Romans 8:3-4 is treating of something far more essential and weighty than whether or not Christ by His infinite merits obtained for us something more than we lost in Adam. Undoubtedly He did: our establishment in righteousness, our glorification, and much more.

Rather that passage intimates the highest motive and ultimate end which God had before Him when He foresaw, foreordained and permitted our fall in Adam. Christ is the grand center of all the divine counsels, and the magnifying of Him is their principal design.

Had God kept Adam from sinning, all his race would have been eternally happy. But in that case Adam would have been their savior and benefactor, and all his seed would have gloried in him, ascribing their everlasting blessedness to his obedience.

But such an honor was far too much for any finite creature to bear. Only the Lord from heaven was worthy of it. Accordingly God designedly made the flesh of the first man "weak" or mutable and allowed his defection in order to make way for His laying our help "upon one that is mighty" (Ps. 89:19), that we might owe our endless bliss to Him.

Moreover, that obedience which Christ rendered to the law magnified it and made it infinitely more honorable than any mere creature’s conformity could have made it.



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