Reply to Alfred Thanks for stopping in again, Alfred. Could you ask your question again? I don't understand what you mean by "would the world already under condemnation, but not yet judged or he that believeth not is condemned...
Please help me out here, brother.
Great Sermon! I am trying to absorb what you have said. Would the world already under condemnation, but not yet judged or he that believeth not is condemned already, but not yet judged. Would these verses also be a process of the age. All these will come to come pass at the end of the age. Help me out.
Reply to Justin Ray Bernal Justin,
It means alot to me that you would take the time for feedback here.
I am aware of what "re" means as a prefix. You should probably note that the KJV and older versions are the only ones that use "replenish" instead of "fill." Have you investigated that?
Your Jeremiah passage is interesting in that it clearly has a judgment "feel" to that. I'll give it some more thought (as I have in the past) this evening.
Great Sermon! Thanks for sharing, tough topic for sure. I'll be brief, just a couple things to take note of: God told Adam to replenish the earth, this prefix (re) is a key to understanding something was before, and in Jeremiah we also see God's anger destroying a city of the fallen angels no doubt, before man was created. How are we to place this context in a post Adamic earth. Also I have no problem with Adam being around 6000 years ago or dinosaurs living right up to the great flood none of this is a problem for me it's biblical and modern science is even finding blood cells in dinosaur bone, which means they are not millions of year's old.
Comments from a Calvinist Excellent Sermon Pastor. This convicted my spirit to my responsibility in spreading the Gospel (Romans 10:11-21). I do not know who the Elect are and I cannot see an "E" branded on their back; therefore, I have responsibility and accountability to the Great Commission. The Spirit has used this Sermon to convict me and rekindle in me a desire to see the lost saved. Praise be His name above all names.
Great Sermon! Excellent conversation men, a real "thinker". A conversation the church should have more often. I always here Christians say were are no longer under the law and it never sits right with me. I also do not completely understand what Christ meant when He said He came to fulfill the law, which law, what part of the law, Deuteronomy 22 is tough, but you all did well with the application, I think you are really onto something. There is a tone with regard to the sanctity of life, none of God's laws should be ignored and all should be taken seriously like Pastor Bill was suggesting. I never say I am King James Only but I am certainly Majority Text only so I'm with P. Bill. Thank You all.
Great Sermon! we have thousands of Cops here in the San Diego area. If you go into their shops they have some of the same types of icons that a catholic would have. Odds are most if not all of them still need to be reached with the real gospel.
Quick comment if I remember correctly, Martin didn't explicitly say the SDA was a cult, but had tendencies toward unorthodoxy in nonessentials. That is why they were placed into the appendices. Personally, I do believe they are, but just want to be sure that integrity is used when bringing up "Kingdom of the Cults" by Walter Martin.
Great podcast I appreciate you bringing up this inconsistency in the name of compassion. The entire audio was enlightening but the last half was sobering hearing the extent to which SBC leaders are going to show solidarity with Coptics.
Great Sermon! We as humans beat our head against a brick wall over and over again until it just hurts too much to do it anymore. Hopefully mr jakes has come to that point along with many more in his community and change will finally be at hand, we will see,
Great Discussion Pastor Sean, I just got done listening to your podcast on "Don't be a Commentary Junkie" I think every teacher, aspiring preacher, and avid student of the Bible should listen to that discussion it is really that good!! I got a lot out of how you and the other Pastors explained how the use of different translations to study a set of texts can be found to be more beneficial than a commentary. That really interests me and I think it might step up my study of the Bible to the next level so to speak....That podcast is a must listen!!
Great Sermon! Commentaries are good sometimes. However biblical studies (my opinion) should not be centered on self. Such as make me smarter or make me love more or make me a better person. Its about God. Its about knowing him so deeply that his truths permeate your life. And yes love flows out of that naturally. Y'all touched on some of this. Thank you.
Powerful Sermon! This is a great presentation about how the hardness of the heart can work against a person without any long-time warning. Hearing the Gospel and not taking it to understand that there is no day like today to become a follower of Jesus Christ can mean you will forever be lost. The hardening of the heart is one of the biggest temptations that we can ignore, and there might not be a second chance. Today is the day!