Worth Being A Favorite Sermon to Listen to Again In a time when men practising a form of godliness are becoming increasingly unloving, What a Wonderful Sermon God has priviledged me to unexpectedly find I had never heard of until Gabby from Florida commented on it (Gabby, thank you so much!) It is wonderful medicine and encouragement to me in my faith and I trust as I learn and grow in what Greg Mazak has shared it will be a blessing to me, my family, my church family and even strangers I might meet too. I am thanking God for this sermon and making this 26 minute long talk one of my favorites that I will listen to again and again, and will likely be singing Eph 4:32 to the tune of 10 Little Indians as well.
Great Sermon! Thank you, Dr. Berg for again allowing God to use you to speak His truth out of the abundance of the work He's done in your own heart! It is again just what my weary, overwhelmed and distracted heart needed! God bless you!
Bible the authority. It is true that if you believe all the Bible you can be only a fundamentalism. Regarding the choosing of Bible versions, there are Bible translations made by liberals who prefer few manuscripts which cut from the Word of God what they do not like. This is not an external argument, because texts as Rev. 22:19 speaks against this kind of versions. So, yes, we must be dedicated to the Bible only as sole authority, but the question is: To which Bible? To the faithful versions or to those which cut from the Word of God? And I think this is not a column 3 problem, but a fundamental one.