How Sad! Yes, Israel had the advantages, yes, they 'rejected Him', yes, 'they hardened their hearts', and 'they hated Him.' You know before my 'born-again' experience, 'I even hated Him' and the most interesting thing about that truth, He said it first, Jesus said in John 15:18; "If the world hate you, ye know that it hated Me before it hated you"
The word of God is filled with the fact that 'we've all hated Him before we knew Him, and if given the chance in that day we would have all killed Him. Truth be told, we all stand guilty before His Holiness! Romans 3:10-18.
God is not finished with Israel; I am glad our God is immutable, aren't you? Otherwise we'd have no hope.
Great Sermon! I have been tremendously blessed by this teaching. What a blessing to be able to delve into God's treasure chest of wisdom.
I've never had this portion of Scripture explained with such succinct wisdom and knowledge before, and I've truly searched, thank God, I've found it!
Great Sermon! I've noticed this sermon was preached in the year of 2002 we've since seen the seating of another pope, a Jesuit Pope; how incredibly prophetic was that?
I firmly believe this could maybe the last pope, not that I've believed what some so-called Malachi has said, but because of the Jesuit's agenda, Dr. Cairns makes that point very clear in his sermon.
I've seen the way this Jesuit is wooing world religions as one, his false piety, he comes on as a man of great humility, shunning opulence, thinking only of the poor and disenfranchised, nothing more than an elaborate smoke-screen shaded by the powers of darkness to dumb down the already apostate state of the Church.
I agree with Jessica, we must seek praise from God not man and not take this as a slap in the face against Christianity. Why are we so deeply intertwined with the foolishness of this world? Aren't we commanded to come out from among them and be separate? Christian's our allegiance to God is a bit misconstrued.
Great Sermon! This is by far the most descriptive thought provoking sermon I've heard on hell ever!
We need to hear more sermons of this nature, sermons that stir the heart for the lost, and that stirs our hearts in gratitude to our Lord.
Great Sermon! Absolutely the most informative I've ever heard on John 14:1-3.
I've never heard it explained so succinctly. Truthfully, I'd never saw the association between this passage of scripture with the rapture of the Church, until God revealed it to me.
Great Sermon! I've listened to this sermon three or more times already and each time pertinent information exhibits like a beacon light in darkness.
I serve (ashamed to admit) at a PCUSA here in the South and God has shown me it is time to depart, because of their stance on ecumenism, their purpose is to sycrentize, coalesce ( whatever you want to call it) the gospel with the doctrines of demons.
The PCUSA feel completely at ease serving God and demons, I do not!
I am grieved to know that our Lord is not pleased as He walks through the candlesticks surmising His Church as a whole, not just PCUSA, others have left to commingle with the lost.
May God have mercy on us.
Great Sermon! Hi John! I really enjoyed listening to your sermon on testing the spirits. I do a lot of writing on the Scriptures on FB, but I am finding more and more "friends" who have come under this great Satanic deception of extra Biblical prophesies, and all the false miraculous miracles, signs and wonders which accompany them. I notice you said that these deceivers can cast out demons! Can they? How can Satan cast himself out? Unless I misunderstood the two times you brought this subject up. The evil spirit/s may appear to be gone, but they are still playing the games of great deception on their victims. Only by coming by the way of the cross to true salvation in our Lord Jesus Christ will these poor people have relief from the torture they must surely endure! In Christ, Jennifer.