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Fantastic topic! I have been studying The Philokalia collection of ancient desert monk teachings. They often speak of how we must grieve over our past sins and our current lack of imperfection. Tears are mentioned a lot. But today's happy smiley church is repulsed by mourning and grief over death, sin, national corruption, etc. Great job!
Fighting Apostasy with Intelligence A blistering attack and debunking of Pseudo Evangelicals, with restrained vocal tone, no yelling or bitterness. Amazing performance. My wife and I listened tonight and were mightily impressed.
Wonderful Teaching about God's Name I really love your preaching style and this sermon is extremely powerful. You don't need to scream and shout. Your doctrine is holy and real without theatrics. Thanks.
You nailed it -- a common problem in churches. I recall a Southern Baptist church that spent like 5 days in Vacation Bible School covering the theme, then only the last 10 minutes of the last day getting the kids to accept Christ, in a rushed, hurry up and decide mode. Sickening. Our churches are mostly corrupt and irreversibly worthless. Sad. Laodicean age. Numbers Idolatry. The pastor even spoke of "pastoral exaggeration" (ie, lying) about numbers of baptisms. Woe.
Fantastic Intellectual Insights You are dealing with topics that most American churches seem to ignore. I love this sermon. "being obscure is good" is so opposed to our Facebook and Twitter numbers generation where popularity is exalted. Thanks for such an amazingly wonderful sermon.
Love your boldness brother If anybody goes to YouTube, they will see the despicable things Todd Bentley does on stage. I admire and love your boldness brother Tony. You are confrontational in love and in the power of the Holy Spirit. Carry on sir.
Great Sermon! I just discovered Reg Kelly a couple of weeks ago. I love his sermons and his great evangelical zeal. I have downloaded over 800 sermons from the internet. Reg Kelly ranks right up there with Rolf Barnard, Ray Stedman, Dr. John Barnett, Joe Reese, and Ralph Sexton, Jr. A great teacher and so wonderfully simple yet deep. He builds my faith and gives me unique new insights constantly.