With Luke 18 in view. Luke 18
10 "Two men went up into the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
11 The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, `God, I thank thee that I am not like other men, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even like this tax collector.
12 I fast twice a week, I give tithes of all that I get.'
13 But the tax collector, standing far off, would not even lift up his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying, `God, be merciful to me a sinner!'
14 I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other; for every one who exalts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be exalted."
Great Sermon! You who have wandered into and out of the presence of the Lord, who have rejected the call to discipleship, to submission, to obedience, of the Cross, listen. Listen to the Word of God, listen to the truth. And turn, turn, for real. God Bless you for posting this Word, this call.
Great Sermon! "One can put a thousand to flight, but two can put ten thousand to flight".
With this supernatural equation in mind, pray God would raise up ten thousand in the Evangelical Community to stand up and preach this simple, but eternally significant message of truth, and may He do it as we yet listen.
Great Sermon! There is, in the life of a believer, a season of light and glory, a season when our feet would seemingly trod the still warmed footsteps of the Lord, triumphantly. Know, child of God, to trod the blood soaked path of our Lord, to Calvary, you must face a night season, where His joy, His mercy and His glory seem so far away. Only then, will you learn the love of God, shed abroad in your heart, it's healing power, it's saving grace, and the power of giving away, (His love), that which you have so freely received. There is, after all, a Baptism of Suffering. Would to God it leads to a resurrection, of a sort, of a cold, dry, bitter heart, then softened, healed and set aflame again, for Him.
Thank you Brother Paisley, may our Lord continue to use you mightily, for His glory.
Great Sermon! The Lord, our God, has blessed you mightily, Ian Paisley, for He hath given you a word, in season, for him who is weary. As the worlds citizens trumpet inane babble with a knowing superior simpatico, and fools wink and agree, assessing and pronouncing judgment, proclaiming, "Actions speak louder then words", our God, the Lord Jesus Christ, who knows all our actions and the thoughts behind them as well, declares, forever, "By thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned". So preach on, Ian Paisley may He continue to strengthen you, and fill you to overflowing, with all knowledge and wisdom, that the blood soaked gospel of our Lord might be boldly proclaimed by you and those who have a hearing ear and a contrite heart. Hallelujah.
Great Sermon! Ian Paisley, God has used you mightily.
Thank God, and thank you for your obedience and service.
When any man has an encounter with God, there be no chain of man to bind him henceforth. Only the proclivity to sin will dog him, but no man, neither any man's ways.
It matters not where he may stand, be it Rome, America, China, India, Persia or Jerusalem.
The fight of faith is to believe, no matter what, that God the Father, through and with Christ is responsible for it all, as we are then, to Him.
And to live that, come whatever may befall us, whatever anyone may do to us, or what we have done.
May He bless you, keep you and shine the light of His countenance upon you until that perfect day.
Great Sermon! Press on, Pastor Washer.
The last words of our Lord Jesus to the church found in the Revelation,paraphrased; repent,or else.
Five out of seven churches chastised. So the proportion very well may stand today, among those who call themselves Christians. May the Lord give you the strength to take up your cross. It will get heavier.