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Sermon9/22/14 4:39 PM
Tom & Holly S  Find all comments by Tom & Holly S
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A Godless Nation Part 1
Dennis Dills
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“ 'Amen!' Pastor, Good Sermon! ”
Good Sermon on the state of the world and the bible...So much corruptness in the pulpit now days! and with the many different bible perversions. So Blessed to have the True Word of God. Amen! there is no limitation to what God can do.

Sermon9/22/14 4:29 PM
Marilyn | Bakersfield, California  Protected NameFind all comments by Marilyn
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Bible by Ages #388 The Experience of Grace
Dr. James M. Phillips
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“ Great Sermon! ”
What a fantastic Sermon & message on the experience of Grace in a Child of God's life. This Sermon is a must for all to hear and experience.

Sermon9/22/14 3:30 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This will help so many dealing with drug addiction and help for fammilies who suffer along with them. GOD is our only hope for a drug infested nation. Our communities and families are dying without hope. Thank you so much for this all enpowering testimony of JESUS.

Sermon9/22/14 1:47 PM
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Stand Fast
Pastor Michael Pickett
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Great Sermon. This message is so true .

Sermon9/22/14 1:17 PM
Florin Motiu | Oradea, Romania  Contact via emailFind all comments by Florin Motiu
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Out of Egypt: Men Like Hur
Rev. Ralph Hall
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“ Great encouragement. ”
This was encouraging for me. God sees our service when nobody sees and appreciates!

Sermon9/22/14 10:47 AM
Mac | Va  Find all comments by Mac
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thanks for good teaching.

Sermon9/22/14 10:12 AM
R.D. (Bob) Longmeier | Tri Cities, Wa.  Contact via emailFind all comments by R.D. (Bob) Longmeier
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Dr. Barnett's msg. on raising pure children in a wicked world spoke to my heart. I need to forward it on to the parrents of my Grandchildren! Thank you! rdl

Sermon9/22/14 8:49 AM
james a milewski | morrisville vermont  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by james a milewski
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The Heart of Discerning Godly Priorities
Pastor Joseph LoSardo
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“ modern day Puritan thinking, love it! thanks Joe ”
you practice what you preach, you're one who understands time is precious so you don't waste pulpit time with fluff and "seeker" trash but preach necessary food, I'm sure BOL Fellowship is a gymnasium and not a massage parlor!

Sermon9/22/14 8:49 AM
Janine Elizabeth | Louisiana  Contact via emailFind all comments by Janine Elizabeth
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Paul at Athens: A Biblical Apologetic
Dr. William R. Downing
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Odd that critique by those scholars. I've always thought this a brilliant discourse by Paul. So profound. So concise. And that to my English only hearing ears. I really enjoyed this. Thank you. Most interesting.

Sermon9/22/14 7:45 AM
B. McCausland | Northern Ireland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
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“ Very edifying sermon! ”
Thank you

Sermon9/22/14 7:27 AM
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Transforming Truths - Pt. 2
Rev. John Wagner
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Rich. Thank you.

Sermon9/22/14 4:38 AM
Janine Elizabeth | Louisiana  Contact via emailFind all comments by Janine Elizabeth
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Parts one and this part two are disturbing to learn that the tenticals of this is already in the church. To be honest, in my ignorance, I thought new age stuff was in the past only to learn it was just sleeping for a more opportune time like now. Tho disturbing, a very good heads up to true believers whose heart desire is to know truth and to be shielded from error and deception. Thank you.

Sermon9/22/14 4:18 AM
Ian Migala | Minneapolis, Minnesota  Find all comments by Ian Migala
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“ Summary, Part 4 (final) ”
2. BY WISE COUNSEL FROM GODLY CHRISTIANS. Experienced Christians are guided by the word and guide with their own experiences. 3. BY CLEAR, PROVIDENTIAL DIRECTION. He guides the meek in judgment and shows them His covenant. The Christian may plan his way, but the Lord will guide his steps. PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS [50:00]: 1. This command is encouraging as well as reproving. God guides those who trust Him every step of the way. We stagger when our trust sputters. 2. The prohibition does not forbid us from using our own understanding, but instead from trusting it. Christians who claim to be led by the spirit without consulting the word are often misled. The spirit is the spirit of truth. 3. Those who obey are not promised immunity from trials, but are promised God’s safekeeping. In fact, obedience often leads to trials in this fallen world. What are you having a hard time trusting God with in your life right now, and what makes you think you can handle it better than He can?

Sermon9/22/14 4:17 AM
Ian Migala | Minneapolis, Minnesota  Find all comments by Ian Migala
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“ Summary, Part 3 ”
b. BECAUSE WE FOOLISHLY TRUST THE INCLINATIONS OF OUR HEARTS [37:13]. So often, the world tells us to trust our hearts, but where has that gotten us? Many carry deep scars heeding that advice. Trust in the Lord brings deliverance. Look back to Henry’s outline regarding this passage. c. BECAUSE WE TRUST OTHERS RATHER THAN GOD [39:29]. Christians fall into grievous error and sin trusting false teachers rather than trusting the Lord. When we follow men, we will turn away from the Lord. The Bereans didn’t trust Paul until they first measured his words with the Lord’s word. 2. WHAT MAY WE EXPECT WHEN WE VIOLATE THIS PROHIBITION? [41:56] a. ALL MANNER OF TRIAL AND TROUBLE. The way of the transgressor is hard. b. THE LORD’S CURSE. It is a life of impotency and judgment. c. ETERNITY IN HELL. The path is straight and victorious for the believer, but dark and calamitous for the unbeliever. C. THE PRECIOUS PROMISE [45:35]. The one we trust is the one who makes our paths straight. Straight is translated as agreeable, pleasing, right, safe, secure, peaceful, and happy. How does He do this? 1. BY HIS SPIRIT THROUGH HIS WORD: not just His spirit. The word of God is the only way we know that the spirit is leading us.

Sermon9/22/14 4:17 AM
Ian Migala | Minneapolis, Minnesota  Find all comments by Ian Migala
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“ Summary, Part 2 ”
2. THE EXTENT OF THIS COMMAND [19:40]. a. WITH ALL YOUR HEART: with all our thinking, meditating, feeling, and reasoning. i. Trust Him implicitly. He is our first trust; it should be the default of every Christian. ii. Trust Him entirely: He has never failed us when we trusted Him. iii. Trust Him exclusively: let no other trust intrude. iv. Trust Him enduringly: always and without interruption. God does not promise to guide half-hearted trust. b. IN ALL YOUR WAYS [24:15]: in all our planning, actions, experiences, trials, triumphs, successes, failures, in small and big decisions, use of resources, preferences, influences, and circumstances. B. THE PERTINENT PROHIBITION [32:10]. Our default is to lean on our own understanding, and so this exhortation needs this negative counterpart. Where has this folly led us? Understanding is a gift from God given to us to help us understand Him. We’re not commanded to not use understanding, but rather to not lean on our own vain understanding disconnected from God. 1. WHY IS THIS PROHIBITION GIVEN? [35:27] a. WE TEND TO BE PROUD AND REBELLIOUS. This is a native tendency. Our first parents defied God for wisdom, and what did it get them?

Sermon9/22/14 4:16 AM
Ian Migala | Minneapolis, Minnesota  Find all comments by Ian Migala
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“ Summary, Part 1 ”
Matthew Henry outlines the source text as follows: constance in duty keeps us happy (vv. 1-4), dependence on God keeps us safe (vv. 5-6), and fear of God keeps us healthful (vv. 7-8). In this message, we will focus on the second point. In those verses, we see a comprehensive command, a pertinent prohibition, and a precious promise. A. THE COMPREHENSIVE COMMAND [starting at 4:12 of the audio]. 1. THE ESSENCE OF THIS COMMAND [4:35]. It is expressed in three synonymous words. a. TRUST, which here means reliance. Its other Old Testament translations connote boldness, confidence, security, reliance, carelessness (as in “without a care”), and complacency. The Christian life is essentially one of faith. Without faith, we cannot please God. b. ACKNOWLEDGE [9:20], which connotes an intimate knowledge, such as a man’s knowledge of his wife. It is not an abstract head-knowledge of God, but a spiritual, experimental knowledge of Him in all our ways. c. LEANING [12:00]. Though we are not to lean on our own understanding, we are to lean upon Him. It is also translated as ‘rest’. The idea is to prop ourselves on Him to carry our weight: to trust Him and rely on Him. It is our only safe, lit passage. Our own wisdom and feelings lead us astray.

Sermon9/22/14 3:52 AM
Lisa | Wales  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lisa
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“ Great Sermon! ”
If anyone ever struggled to know how to get saved - pastor monte makes it ultra clear in this sermon. - by faith alone in christs perfect work on the cross.

Sermon9/22/14 3:29 AM
Florin Motiu | Oradea, Romania  Contact via emailFind all comments by Florin Motiu
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“ Very useful. ”
Very good, relevant and needed message. There is a great lack of discernment in so called evangelical churches regarding this commandment. May God bless this message with fruits!

Sermon9/22/14 12:23 AM
David Wiebe | BC Canada  Contact via emailFind all comments by David Wiebe
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“ Great Sermon! ”
This is an excellent teaching! As well, Pastor Smith shares some of his amazing testimony. I am sure the second part will be equally great!

Sermon9/22/14 12:22 AM
Diane | Texas  Find all comments by Diane
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Biblical Fasting
Mark Gibson
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Ricky and I both think this is probably the best sermon on fasting that either of us has ever heard. We are grateful for the balance and depth and good sense in your teaching.
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