I wonder if you might be interested in joining up with another similar project, this one audiovisual in nature, which would complement your own hugely (IMHO). If you remember the Visual Bible series of Matthew/Acts, etc, Bruce Marchiano who portrayed a highly refreshing "smiling" Jesus, has now almost finalised production of "The Gospel According to John" which looks set to become another awe-inspiring movie. If you are interested check it out at The Gospel According To John.
May God bless your own endeavours to provide His Word to our current (apostate) generation, and both projects will be around long after He calls us all home!!
A must hear for anyone suffering.. I've been disabled for 15 years with a raft of multiple illnesses and have struggled long and hard with this area as a result, especially with coming out of a hypercharismatic church which taught the exact errancies mentioned in this sermon. Having just spent an hour with my church prayer team this morning working through many of them, this sermon was used mightily by the Lord to confirm what I have been straining hard to hear - that I am NOT ill because of sin and that I may NOT be healed if it is not His Will. But I still have many issues to contend with that now need to be dealt with. This sermon has however, encouraged me yet further of His work in my life for healing in whatever way that will come (physical, emotional, spiritual etc).
Definitely one to hear if you equally struggle with reconciling your faith with your ill-health.
Very necessary sermon in these turbulent days. Great to hear a strong fundamentalist evangelical sermon on the dangers of succumbing to the world's interests and activities. We are called to be in the world, but not of it, which isn't always easy especially in these days of technological advances which increasingly encroach on our time and attention. Aaron raises not only the issue of idolatry and how to recognise it, but also on many other important aspects of our walk with him in a world determined to draw us away. It is surely a time to put our armour on and buckle it securely as can only be done by soaking ourselves in scripture and giving God His fullest place in our lives. Heavily recommended.
PS - Aaron is a great "export" from our part of the world - a Province with more churches per sq mile than any other part of the UK!! :)).
Needs to be said more often.. Having once been involved with a dynamic Pentecostal Church I can only agree wholeheartedly with this message. I discovered firsthand the dangers of their heavy promotion of practices such as "slain in the spirit", deliverance, discipleship, shepherding, etc, and eventually accepted these as being okay, until one notable episode, where they performed a 'proxy' deliverance on me, because they felt I wasn't strong enough to cope with an 'ordinary' one. What they ultimately did through that session was to destroy my faith in one short few minutes, and leave me reeling, with neither support nor discussion. I ultimately left the church shortly afterwards, and returned to my Methodist roots to try and rebuild my faith. Thankfully now, 20 years later, I'm in a rock solid church, and have healed from those experiences, but the "slain in the spirit" phenomenon is nothing more than Satan's counterfeit practice, whether they desire to accept it or not - nowhere in scripture do people EVER fall backwards in meeting with the Lord for Him to talk to them - nor do they lie for hours doing nothing or making a fool of themselves. Trust many in such churches will pay heed to this msg carefully.