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Great Sermon! "Both the government of the nation and the government of the visible church are established by God. Though distinct and independent of each other, they both owe supreme allegiance to Jesus Christ. The governments of church and state differ in sphere of authority in that due submission to the government of the visible church is the obligation of members thereof, while due submission to civil government is the obligation of all men. The governments of church and state also have different functions and prerogatives in the advancement of the Kingdom of God. The means of enforcement of the civil government are physical, while those of church government are not.
Neither government has the right to invade or assume the authority of the other. They should cooperate to the honor and glory of God, while maintaining their separate jurisdictions." - Reformed Presbyterian Testimony 23.9
http://reformedpresbyter ian.org/assets/pdf/Constitution 04.pdf
Angela Wittman (4/18/2011)
from Southern Illinois
Great Sermon! Excellent reading of this important, historical text that very much still speaks to the Church today. Also, I appreciate Pastor Schwertley's comments and found myself cheering him on while listening. :)
Rev. Schwertley has been a guest preacher at over a dozen RPCNA and other reformed churches across the country. Pastor Schwertley has also been a featured speaker at The Puritan Project Conference in Brazil in June 2001, Greenville Seminary Worship Conference (Debate on Exclusive...