Great Sermon! Been reading you for 30 years changed my life and ministry, in God's grace Pastoring a 5000 member church in South Africa, listen to "Pastor Before His God" at least 5 times a year I love it when our sermons preach back at us
Convicting Sermon! Fellow Christian,
If you are comfortable in your Christian life, then do not listen to this sermon! If you are comfortable with your "soft" drugs (coffee, nictoine, suger, etc.) then do not listen to this sermon!
If you wish to be convictied and grow in your Christian life then listen to this sermon!
Thank You I've been gathering resources for singing the psalms for years. This is a great resource and will definitely have its place among tune resources we use in our family worship. May God bless you for this effort on behalf of His kingdom.
Reformation Postmillennialism or Historicism Corrine:
If you are interested in looking into Postmillennialism/Historicism further, there are three fascinating series of free MP3 messages at:
+ Eschatology of Victory by Dr. Francis N. Lee (The messages on the NT and OT are the best in this series.)
+ Prophecy Fulfillment Series by Dr. Francis N. Lee
+ Islam in the Bible (3 free MP3s) Classic Reformation Biblical Prophecy (Historicism) by Dr. F.N. Lee
Even if you don't agree with Postmillennialism or Historicism, these messages contain a lot of material that is very encouraging in general.
Great Sermon! Christ is not divided, his body is not divided and he will come (a) second time for one church, "when" the scripture says He will come, and not as the dispensationalists says he will. Period!
Great Sermon! I cannot argue with what you say in respect of scripture. Christ and the apostles gave us much that is sadly ignored, such as the Spirit lead apostolic church, servant leaders and a widely participating congregation exercising their God given ministerial gifts. We have invented confirmations, religious regulations and worship at a distance. However, I struggle with the interpretation of the transliteration of the Greek verb Baptidso (44 minutes on). It does not mean to sprinkle in Greek. I do not judge you, my brother in Christ. I recognise that we have a difference in interpretation of worship. More than that I praise God that we both love Him. May God bless you and grant both of us His understanding and wisdom.
The best I've heard on this subject Spurgeon affirms that the law is our schoolmaster to bring us to Christ. The perfect law which cannot be kept by fallen man shuts us up to faith in Christ alone. Take away the perfect law of God and you take away the need for salvation and a Savior. He also affirms that the Christian now willingly accepts the law of His God as his rule of life and that conformity to it is true sanctification.
Great Sermon! I am very edified and excited over this
series of lectures delivered by Pastor Al Martin.This really is something that all new Christians should hear and take to heart.It is something that I wish I had heard when I became a Christian thirty plus years ago. It would have saved me a great deal of money in terms of books;it would have saved me a great
deal of energy, which now as a fifty-one year old man, I could use a little more industriously. Ahh the follies of youth!Lord Bless Pastor Martin.Though I have never met that man,
Ive'listened to him for years and love him very much.
Great Sermon! I have struggled with the sin of sensuality from a young age yet I am only 21 as it is. This is an amazing sermon. It will not pacify the implications of this sin and the infection that will spread if the sin goes untreated.
Important Doctrine Possibly one of the most important doctrines in the Bible. Along with Pink's "The Doctrine of Human Depravity", these books are what we need in 2011. Understanding what has actually happened to us as individuals, to the world and to our race because of sin entering in, Adam being our representative in the garden, is necessesary to understanding our need for redemption in Christ by the grace of God. A pity that Arminians bitterly reject the genuinely Biblical doctrine that leads us to see and feel our desperate need for the Savior and His atoning blood!
Great Sermon! This part is classic because it systematically lays out the definition and description of the will. Oftentimes, people misconstrue what the will is and how it is influenced. I think that Mr. Pink lays it out in a simplistic manner that is easily understandable, also implementing great analogies to form a vivid picture for the listener. It is definitely worth a listen :)