Great Sermon! I loved this sermon so much and was so blessed by it. I have yet to attend a church that will touch the topic of election. Even though I know my pastor believes in it he has never preached on it, yet anyway. It is indeed a humbling doctrine and brings me to tears to think that God chose me when he had no obligation to. Thank you for preaching this precious truth
Great Sermon! What a blessing this teaching was. Although I already embrace the doctrines of grace, it was so good to hear them preached with such clarity and conviction. It just reaffirms what I already know to be truth. Thank you brother for your commitment to teaching God's word and not avoiding "hard" doctrines that most churches either do not believe, or fail to teach. I am looking forward to downloading more sermons!
Great Sermon! 50 Questions to Moslems,
they can not answer
1- Koran the holy book of Islam said that the Bible is true, but both books are contradictory, how can be both from the same God?
2- Most of the Koran is taken from the Bible, so why donâ€™t Moslems believe in the Bible?
3- Why does not the Koran speak about love?
4- If you teach little children about how Islam started, with much fighting and war, will not kids be violent and aggressive?
5- Mohammad didnâ€™t give any prophecy, how can he be a prophet?
6- Why Mohammad and all first leaders of Islam accepted the Bible but new religious leaders teach that the Bible is fake and not original?
7- If the Bible we have is not original, where is the original?
8- How could Mohammad at the age of 55 marry a girl at the age of 8, is it normal?
9- The life of Mohammad is full of killing and fighting and marrying a lot of women, does not that encourage a perverted society?
Preached today by Bro. Washer I have been greatly challenged by Bro. Washers ministry over the past 18 months. I found that he preached at First Baptist Church today, the sermon is available online at:
This message is very serious and will encourage both the Christian, the 'almost Christian' and the unbeliever to seriously think about that awful day we will stand before the Lord of all creation.