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Jesse Barrington
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This is among the best presentations of the Gospel! It is most profitable for believers so that our daily walk would be firmly established in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, which is “the most glorious truth in the universe, why you were created, why we gather, why we love others, our hope and our joy.” And of course, this message is critical for anyone who is unsaved, their very souls being one heartbeat from eternity. Pastor Barrington biblically and passionately preaches “Sin, which is mans greatest problem, and Jesus, who is mankind’s only hope.” He demonstrates from Scripture a right understanding of God, His holiness and His righteous judgment. And he presents a right understanding of man, our sin and our inability to do anything to make ourselves acceptable to enter heaven. Our only hope is Christ! And what did Jesus teach is the correct response to God’s free offer of salvation through the Gospel? Walk an aisle? Pray a prayer? Find out in this most blessed of sermons which leaves the hearer praising His name forever!

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Will My Life Count for Eternity
Dr. Matt Olson
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This message is well worth a listen and may be of particular interest to those of us who have reached the "halftime" of our earthly existence. (That is, middle age...) But no matter what your age, certainly it is worthwhile to pause and assess your daily walk before the Lord. Is the life you have lived and are living one that will count for eternity? Perhaps you've wasted years, or have not produced the spiritual fruit you desire. It's never to late to trust in God to work through you. As Dr. Olson says, God is not impressed by what we do for Him, rather He is impressed by what He does for us. An interesting contrast is offered in the sermon of two popular and wealthy businessmen who reached the top of their industries. One lived a life that counted for eternity, the other did not. What will it profit a man to gain the whole world but lose his own soul? Nothing. What will it profit a man who lives his earthly life by God's grace bearing spiritual fruit? Everything! When we seek His will, God will produce in us a life that counts for eternity.

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Thanks Pastor Brown for this timely message on the apostasy of Joel Osteen, our leading purveyor of the heretical prosperity gospel. As you point out,his appearance on the Larry King show was an embarrassment, as was his paper-thin effort at damage control afterwards. While Osteen may be a likeable and cordial fellow, his unbiblical teaching of happiness and prosperity for this life (and only this life) is a most dangerous deception as the secular world may consider his popular messages which only tickle itching ears as representative of the true Christian message. He refuses to deal with sin, biblical salvation, and one’s eternal destiny, and isn’t that the message people need to hear about? I wish more preachers here in America would voice their opposition to the mega-church prosperity movement, and have the courage to preach against the false doctrines the permeate the landscape in these days!



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