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Pastor J.D. Hatfield | Hernando, FL  Find all comments by Pastor J.D. Hatfield
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Feeding the Monster
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Let me clarify ”
Thank you for your comment. You said, “the church...is an expression on earth of Christ and is there to glorify God.” Of course I agree with that. The body of Christ is to glorify God. The point is about when we are trying to grow the church instead of growing the people. When we want growth at any cost, trying to build a huge institution at the expense of being a holy incarnation, that is when we are just trying to build for the sake of our own kingdom instead of God’s kingdom. We create and must feed the monster, and the church ceases to be what she is called to be, which you correctly identify. You said, “we cannot equate the church with government”. Again, I agree, and I am sorry if I wasn’t clear enough about the concepts I was trying to convey. Blessings to you.

Sermon5/21/13 11:34 AM
Pastor J.D. Hatfield | Hernando, FL  Find all comments by Pastor J.D. Hatfield
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God's Prescription for Peace
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Answering Anonymous Question pt.2 ”
You also said, “I get confused as to what "peace" looks like in a person’s life….So does this peace "look" differently on each individual?” We also addressed that directly in the sermon. What were these things that they were supposed to practice (vs.9)? It’s what he was talking about in vs.8 – the things that are true, honorable, just, pure, lovely, commendable, excellent, and praiseworthy. Philippians 1:6-11 mentions several of these things, and in 1:12-18 Paul exemplifies his own teaching. We can trace Paul’s practice (1:6, 2:12-13, 3:14, 4:13). We all have concerns, but we can have a supernatural peace, and His supernatural presence. Pray, ponder, practice. 2 Thessalonians 3:16 – Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way.

Sermon5/21/13 11:31 AM
Pastor J.D. Hatfield | Hernando, FL  Find all comments by Pastor J.D. Hatfield
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God's Prescription for Peace
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Answering Anonymous Question pt.1 ”
Dear Anon, those are some good questions. As to the first, you said, “I've been around those individuals who espoused this, but come to find out they basically had what I considered to be a lackadaisical attitude about responsibilities and life in general. I wouldn't think that's peace from God.” I agree, and the sermon addressed this matter directly: “This is not just “having a peace about it”: Jonah had peace as he slept in disobedient rebellion. This isn’t just being lazy, like we don’t care at all, that we have a peace without concern. This is not just passively praying and mediating, and having a “peace out, man”; vs.9 teaches us that staying active is part of the process.

Sermon3/4/13 11:17 PM
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A Revelation of Real Religion
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Answering Anonymous Question pt.2 ”
...continued... To the first point: Good, pleasing God should be our prime motive (cf. 2 Cor. 5:9) Second: This is a matter for prayer and personal inventory. Becoming a Christian means we have to deny ourselves, take up our cross, and follow Jesus. Our allegiance to Christ will cost us things. I am not saying that tattoos are something you need to drop, but think about your pattern of life. How has it changed; what have you left behind? When you say I “love”, that is a strong statement. Would you be willing to give it up if God wanted you to? Third: this is a matter of pastoral counsel. If you do not have a pastor, that would be a problem right there. I would ask if it is justifiable to continue being inked just because you now “only get biblical scripture or pictures”. I would question the notion of taking things we used to or still “love” and simply thinking that we can “baptize them into sanctity”. Fourth: Romans 14:22-23 – if you are in doubt about whether or not something is sin, you shouldn’t go ahead, because if you do, you are doing something that you think might be sin. And that is a sinful attitude in itself. God bless you as you seek to please Him.

Sermon3/4/13 11:14 PM
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A Revelation of Real Religion
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Answering Anonymous Question ”
This will have to be in more than one part... Dear Anon, I do not know you or your motives. I cannot read your heart or your mind. However, I can read your words, and I do think that they tell us some important things. First, you are concerned about pleasing God – you entitled your comment “sanctification” Second, you are passionate about the issue – you say, “I love ink (tattoos)” Third, this is something you loved before you became a Christian – “Since I've become a Christian, I only get biblical scripture or pictures” Fourth, although you have continued the practice since becoming a Christian, you are unsure about it – but have been told I am still just feeding my "fleshly desires". Do you agree with what I've been told? ...answers in next comment...

Sermon12/31/12 9:52 AM
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Are you Doing or Deceiving?
J. D. Hatfield
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“ Answering Questions ”
Dear Anon, Since I don't have your email address, I will simply point you to our "edocs" section on our SermonAudio page. There (and also on voiceofvision.org) you will find an article entitled "Why Church Membership?" I would also suggest that you look at the pdf of this particular sermon. God bless you.


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