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A POWERFUL WORD and CALL TO FAITHFULNESS! This is a message of warning, and a teaching moment. Many don't seem to understand WHAT IS THE FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PROTESTANTS AND ROMAN CATHOLICS. Dr. Paisley faithfully shows the distinction here as he contends for "the faith once delivered to the saints."
Great Sermon! A lovely message to hear. I know from personal experience how easy it can be to be harsh and unkind in the name of religion but, unless the heart is touched by the Holy Spirit of God, it will always be cold.
May I learn to be gentle in all of my interactions with people.
Great Sermon! A simple sermon but it blessed me. the main point being even when we are going through hard things that seem hopeless and unredeemable, often because of our own failings, God is still at work and can make something of the situation. He planned it afterall.
Be one who puts out fires. Overview: Â¶ Dr. Showers starts off in pointing out an Internet search of "Luther Hitler" will bring up many interesting articles. Â¶ Replacement theology had tragic consequences in World War II. Anti-Semitism is alive and well in Western Europe countries such as France, and there is a group of "Christians" and Islamists that is developing in Great Britain. There are neo-Nazis and White Supremacists in the USA. They use the Internet to spread their hatred of the Jews.PCUSA and the Methodists have pushed resolutions to cripple Israeli trade. Â¶ Renald when a 9th-grader was given a job in clothing store ran by gracious and kind Jew. Renald worked for him until he graduated from high school. The store owner had one son, who Renald hadn't seen since 1953. Renald kept correspondence with the store owner through the years. The son contacted Renald in 2007 to tell him; his father had died. Renald continued to correspond with the son, and last year he told Renald what some "Christian" children did to him when he was a boy of five, some of his playmates asked to come out and play, they tied him to a post, started a fire at his feet, and called him "Christ Killer" A passing lady came along, rebuked the children and stamped out the flames. Anti-Semitism still exists!
Powerful testimony! My missionary parents were blessed to be able to meet Martin and Gracia in the Philippines before this ordeal, and it's been a blessing to see and hear from her and especially some of the recent things God has been doing in hearts of some of her former captors. Challenging and encouraging words from our dear sister
Great Sermon! A great sermon especially for young believers in Christ. I recall when I realised that I was dead in Christ and my salvation didn't rest on keeping the law or being good - o my word what a day it was that I tested in Christs finished work of the cross for my salvation and sanctification. My God is awesome !
The Audio Is Too Low I tried to listen to this sermon through several players and the volume is just too low. I even double checked my volume on my laptop and it was maxed out. I tried other sermons and they played fine. This particular sermon's volume is just too low.
Great Sermon! Good discussion. I believe there is nothing wrong with personal "rules" or "fences" as long as you don't go beyond Biblical authority to bind another's conscience. I think Paul's guidelines in Romans 14 are excellent counsel in how you straddle this line among "gray" areas. I agree that it is wrong to flaunt Christian liberty and this is one of the issues I have with the YRRs - (and I am a Reformed Baptist). Not that they exercise appropriate Christian liberty but that they make a big deal out of it. I do agree that flaunting it sets up a general cultural aversion to personal holiness and may cause others to stumble. I also feel for pastors because they have the burden of wanting to not be extra-Biblical in their counsel to others, but at the same time try to protect them from worldly influences. It is difficult because it is not always clear where the line is. I think "The Resolutions of Jonathan Edwards" is an excellent read for anyone interested in the issue of setting up personal rules or standards.
Great Sermon! amen, pastor brother mike. ihave long intended to share the shaking of the fig tree has something to do with angels and the falling away. thank you very mch to the Holy Spirit. praise the Lord.
Killed in Christ's Name! Overview Â¶ One of the ideas that the Church was "New Israel" is that a church had to ape the Jewish priesthood, so a prelacy was established. Bishops of churches had to have oversight to make sure they did theirs jobs, monarchial bishops, oversaw them, Metropolitans oversaw them, Metropolitans were usually bishops of the largest church in an area, It was then decided that someone had to check on the Metropolitans, the archbishop was invented, then some needed to see the archbishops were toeing the party line, so cardinals were invented to fill this spot in the hierarchy, but of course someone had to keep the cardinals in line and one man filled that role, the Pope. Â¶ Ethnic Israel had continuing blood sacrifices, and so the mass finally came about so Christ was continually blood sacrifice. This flies in the face of God, Â¶ Romans 6:10 For the death he died he died to sin, once for all, but the life he lives he lives to God--ESV Â¶ The Apostolic church believed in Chiliasm or millennialism. This was a Jewish view, so it had to be rejected! Augustine was the most famous rejecter of the physical Kingdom. Â¶ He approved allegory. He developed Amillinnialism. He's the first who taught the error that the Church was the Kingdom of God. Jews were killed by the thousands.