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God bless you dear brother Dear brother Jonathan,
the Lord has recently brought your ministry into my life,and it is a real blessing to me, not least in a most practical challenging way.
I am listening to many of your sermons,and so i hope this encourages you a little,that your ministry is going further afield.
I pray for you daily,and may you and your family be blessed and encouraged in these dark and evil days.
Please pass on my regards to your congregation,i wont meet them this side of eternity,but i love them as brethren and sisters in Christ.
Yours in the name of our lovely Lord Jesus Christ,whose naame is above EVERY name !!
Don't Be 'Troubled' Sometimes love is expressed in the taking of the time and enduring the digs of preaching messages such as these. Discerning and not being conformed to the spirit of this age is not an option for the Christian (Rom.12:2)and music has been the means to express this spirit especially in the past 50 to 60 years. Any thing that expresses the spirit of any given evil age is WORLDLY, and the Christian realistically has no business with it except to expose it and reprove it.
Great Sermon! Good message! It was Jim Marshall who started the trend of Vikings negative highlight reel moments with his "touch down" and "celebration safety" immediately following. Kevin in Texas
Baptists and Reformed Theology To those who are not comfortable with the Reformed roots of Baptists, I suggest that you read these two articles.
You may also want to acquire a copy of "Reformed Baptist Roots in America" by Dr. Sam Waldron. Glory to God for the ongoing reformation among Reformed Baptist churches.
Thank you . . . Brother Modene, thank you for the message of last Sunday--I praise the Lord for your preaching, I am blessed to have both my Local church's preaching pastor and you most weeks. The juxtaposition of bible references between the sermons (my pastors message centered on rememberence of what the Lord has done for us as believers, his scripture was Joshua chapter 23) was encouraging in that both truths about the Father's promise of discipline in His displeasure ( the close of Joshua 23)and His promise of the ultimate gift imaginable (your closing scriptural reference and the close of your sermon feed the flame of the Spirit inside me. I thank the Father for the convergence of ideas also ( you both mentioned remember the time of our salvation in your messages)-- true and faithful preaching echoes through the ages, Amen
Troubled Many good points, but I fear some presuppositions have blurred the application of the Scriptures. What instrument, rhythm, harmony, melody, etc. has not been used for carnal or worldly purposes? If all things have, in one way or another, been tainted by the world, how does one determine which of these are worldly and which are available for sacred use? Why give the world so much credit? Who says the world owns this or that style of music? If it sounds angry, it sounds angry. Avoid it for that, not for the fact that the world "used it first." Whether first or second, the world has used everything for evil purposes, even the names of
Father and Son! Should we, therefore, avoid using God's name in a sacred context? Does not man look on the outward appearance while the LORD looks on the heart? The LORD looks on the heart, yet nothing was said about love for God and neighbor (the greatest commandment) as the essential component of what is truly sacred. "But the greatest of these is love." Honest discernment and self-examinations for the both the messenger and the hearer.
Great Sermon! Wonderful sermon, church has become a big business, programs, especially music,trying to draw large crowds, when the scripture says, Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate,. and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in there at, Because stait is the gate & narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, & few there be that find it. Mt.7 13:14 . Keep on preaching the true gospel
Great Sermon! I had almost given up on hearing any sound preaching again. I am 70 years old and have seen the demise of faithful preaching in my lifetime. Your preaching is fearless just like in days gone by. I will be praying for you, that God will continue to give you boldness and clear thinking to guide you in your calling. Nearly all of the churches in our area have lost their way and are preaching to itching ears. I am so thankful to be able to listen to your sermons; thank you for posting them on sermon audio. I know that you must be making a difference to many people who hear you.
Great Sermon! Pastor Modene,
Your sermon comparing Daniel with someone living in Las Vegas was absolutely brillant. This is truly a great message for those who are fainting and compromising with sin.
I live in Reno and although we have some industry here unlike LV, it is still Sin City #2. I have saved this sermon as I want to hear it again several times to let it sink in and to share it with a friend.
God bless you for your stand for truth, we need more godly men like you preaching God's Word!
If only Cleveland pitched this good I admit Rev. Modene is a guilty pleasure for me because I am Reformed. As usual, he pitches a fast ball at the head of the "professional" pastors. He's right that you will not see this preached in many pulpits. It really gives you pause to think.