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Sermon4/29/15 5:51 PM
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The Divine Institution of Marriage
Pastor Steven Dilday
“ What a Word is this! ”
This was a very timely message based full square on the Word of God.

Sermon12/7/12 8:17 AM
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This is the most biblically sound and balanced sermon on this I think I have heard so far. Balanced in the sense it does not seek to argue out of the bias of any one doctrinal position on divorce or remarriage, but instead the preacher clearly examines the scriptures as plainly as they are written and presents the truth of what they say, he doesn't try and argue some bias on this issue or draw out an argument that is not there in the scriptures. God does not put unbearably impossible burdens on us, he knows we are but dust and he has mercy on those wronged by adultery in a marriage. To think God would condemn a young woman, for example, raising small children, or even a childless young woman, to a life of permanent singleness because of her husbands adultery is ludicrous. It often seems to be the ones who will NEVER have to live a life out like that who argue the permanence position.

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June wrote:
I have come to understand in my own pilgrimage that the fear of the Lord and of His judgments is not inconsistent with the believer's trust in Him.
Well said, June! Your own words are more effective in communicating what God has taught you than using those of John Gill. Sorry to test your patience, but perhaps the exercise was good?

Overall, fear serves a very useful purpose in society as a whole, and in individual lives, in particular. It is a healthy restraint on human behavior that might otherwise lead to devastating results, if one did not consider the consequences of actions.

Of course "the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom" and He has given His law as a restraining device in a world that would disintegrate into chaos without it. When we fear the Lord, we need not fear man and what he can do to us. Ultimately, fear is for our good.

Thank you for your kind post. I look forward to other exchanges with you.

God bless.

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June wrote:
I believe God's Word in Psalm 119:120 conveys more precisely what I meant when I said:
“We should all be trembling at the prospect of more of God's “shock and awe” in judgment of our nation for these things”
“My flesh trembleth for fear of thee; and I am afraid of thy judgments.” Psalm 119:120
John Gill's commentary on this verse:
Verse 120.
"My flesh trembleth for fear of thee,.... Not for fear of the wrath of God coming down upon himself, nor for fear of eternal damnation; but for fear of what was coming upon the wicked, for their sins and transgressions. The word {n} used signifies such a dread and horror, which seizes a man to such a degree, that it makes the hair of his flesh to stand up; as Jarchi and Kimchi observe; see Psalm 119:53 Job 4:14;
and I am afraid of thy judgments; not of their coming down upon him, but upon the wicked; the thought of which is more awful to good men than to the wicked themselves; and especially when under any darkness, doubts, and fears; lest, being conscious to themselves of their own weakness, they should be left to join with the wicked in their sins, and so be partakers of their plagues."
You are patient with your explanation, and John Gill says it well.

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June wrote:
May . I am certain though that those who caught a sight of the Twin Towers inferno behind them on that day, did tremble and were fearful, including believers, as they ran for their lives. It was in this sense that I was speaking.
That being said,
I too can testify to that peace that God is pleased to send into the soul in the day of trouble . .
"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee: because he trusteth in thee" Is.26:3
Is 26:3 One of my favorite verses.

FEAR comes when one anticipates something dreadful, but death is not a fear for the Christian. When one is reacting to fear, the adrenaline is flowing and there is little time for paralyzing fear or even pain. It is FEAR ITSELF that is the worst experience for a Christian - not death.

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June wrote:
We should all be trembling at the prospect of more of God's “shock and awe” in judgment of our nation for these things, and indeed, perhaps there is that sense of foreboding in our land, as hundreds of New Yorkers staged an emergency drill this morning at ground zero in anticipation of a future terror attack.
No need for the Christian to tremble. Why should Christians fear as should the reprobate? Neither, Lot nor Abraham, nor any of the other saints were ever described as "shaking in their boots" at the judgment of God.

Rather, Christians are to "fear not" and to "trust in the Lord."

I can assure you that in the midst of the storm, His perfect peace passeth all understanding. I've been there, and He gives a peace that is real.

Sermon9/21/07 2:21 AM
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The Dating Dilemma
Steve Wilson
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All Christian young people should listen to this. Thanks Steve for this bold sermon.

Sermon3/22/07 1:09 AM
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Witnessing to catholics
Dr. David Hockings
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This is very informative. The sound recording is not good. Tried to burn into CD to pass on to friends but unable to do so. Can someone help me?

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