The God-given dignity of our precious women and girls continues to be under relentless attack by the forces of darkness. With a burden to herald the truth of Godâ€™s Word in addressing pertinent and related issues revolving around this important topic, and while being sensitive to single and childless women, Pastor Martin preached a series of messages entitled, â€śIn Praise and Defense of Marriage, Motherhood and Homemaking.â€ť
In demonstrating that marriage, motherhood and homemaking is indeed a noble and divine calling, he opens the series by showing, from the Scriptures, the direct relationship of this issue to the gospel itself and the need for a radical commitment to God, issuing in a growing non-conformity to the thinking and acting of the world (part 1 of 18).
Also available in RealAudioÂ® format on www.tbcnj.org.
This message (TT-X-1) is part of a series of 18 messages. Cassette tapes and CD's may be purchased through Trinity Book Service.
Great Sermon! Thank you for this sermon! I look forward to hearing the rest in the series.
Sharon Hambrick (2/28/2007)
Great Sermon! I listen to this series once a year to encourage and encourage me in my walk as a believer, as a wife, as a mother, as a homeschooler. Thank you, Pastor Martin, for the careful, precise, and godly teaching on this topic.
Great Sermon! Wow, after listening to this series of sermons I can't encourage others enought to make the time to hear this excellent message. I belive after you have heard it you will want to encourage others also. The beauty and majesty of God's truth will bless you, encourage you, instruct you, on and on the blessings flow. It would be wonderful if all young people could hear this message before they marry. The beauty of God's design and purpose in creating man and woman is so awesome. You won't be sorry you took the time to hear all the messages, The Woman of Proverbs 31 is also a part of this series.
For over forty years, Pastor Albert N. Martin faithfully served the Lord and His people as an elder of Trinity Baptist Church of Montville, New Jersey. Due to increasing and persistent health problems, he stepped down as one of their pastors, and in June, 2008, Pastor Martin and his wife,...