Good I wanted to learn more about the Protestant Reformed views on psalmody. I appreciated your love of the Psalms as the "words of Christ" which we are to sing in worship. We approach things differently in the Scottish church I am a member of, but there was still much good here. I recommend checking out "Instrumental Music in the Public Worship of the Church" by Girardeau for a more thorough look at Presbyterian's "extreme" view.
Great Sermon! While being convinced of the sinfulness of the Roman Catholic Church and the Papacy, I'd been looking for more material on this historic position of the Pope as the Antichrist (which my church confesses as well). This was very helpful. Thank you.
Helpful, thank you This was helpful. I'm from a smaller congregation, so the ways how to apply felt different sometimes, but much was convicting nonetheless. Thank you this, it's not something I'd thought much about before.
Question I'm confused about which Enoch you were referring to. You make the statement that the Enoch that walked with God came from the line of Caun to Adam, but chapter 5 states that the Enoch that walked with God came from the line of Seth to Adam.
Martin wrote: I think without any hesitation we should identity those who support this legislation, which prohibits vocal, outspoken, Bible-believing Christians from having any place at all in the "public square" (through establishing business, running for office, etc.)as radical Communists who hate the U.S. Constitution and who are attempting to annul it by treasonous disregard for it. I mean that in all seriousness. Anyone who supports legislation like this is a God-hating Marxist revolutionary who hates the very idea of the United States of America as our founding fathers conceived it-- that is, as a constitutional republic founded on the recognition of unalienable God-given rights and inviolable divine law-- "the laws of nature and nature's God"-- as the foundation of all just civil law.
You don't need to be a "God-hating Marxist revolutionary" to reject the unbiblical "unalienable God-given rights" of your constitution.
Any real bible believing Christian ought to reject the Enlightenment nonsense of the pursuit of happiness and see it for the the mess of potage that it is.