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Community Baptist Church of Fargo
Doug VanderMeulen  |  Fargo, North Dakota
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Sermon4/16/09 6:28 PM
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“ Great Sermon! ”
AMEN...! Thank you for this wonderful, timely message! People really need to hear this one!

Sermon2/20/09 10:35 PM
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“ A Needed Antidote to Fear ”
This is a wonderful, heartening sermon on the accountability of those in authority. Pastor Doug reminds us that all our Presidents will be buried. They will be judged by Almighty God just as all souls who have any authority ... teachers, parents, employers, etc. He ends the sermon passionately directing our hearts and minds to think about our certain, unchanging, secure, and abounding God. Suddenly a vision of the fixedness of God, of His strength, stability, and reliability encourages us. If we are apprehensive of any political leaders, our great God is Who He Is(remember: "I Am Who Am"?). I was inspired and more than hopeful after listening to this sermon, and the follow-up sermon on the coming crisis amplified the theme of this message, and I also recommend it. (P.S. Before writing this comment I watched a brief video of Oprah announcing that all is consciousness and we live not by belief but by feelings. Wow! It's on YouTube. Dear Brothers and Sisters, let's listen to the Word of God as preached by Pastor Doug and remain steadfast in the Word and the Promises of Almighty God. We were redeemed for a purpose and that purpose as we read in the Westminster Shorter Catechism is to glorify Him and enjoy Him forever. Amen.

Sermon1/31/09 12:17 PM
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“ Back To Basics! Jesus Christ is not a socialist! ”
This semon by C. Rauser should be included in every economics 101 course in the USA. The Biblical basis for understanding money, ownership, productivity, competition, and profit are all sketched out. Mr. Rauser makes it clear that, properly understood, all these elements of the economic life of our country are encouraged and upheld by the Word of God. As a high school teacher in a large public high school in NYC, I meet a lot of teachers who are liberals-verging-on-socialism and some who are outspoken communists. This sermon will help me and others stay focused on truth, and stay away from class warfare and a rejection of capitalism. Mr. Rauser speaks about the importance of money in our economic system. Studying the life of A. Lincoln, I can't forget how changed his life was by his first encounter with the money economy (he lived in a barter economy during his early years). He saw opportunities for personal growth and service that he never imagined for himself before he became aware of the significance of money. Thank you for this excellent and timely sermon!

Sermon1/29/09 4:31 PM
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Be Transformed - Romans 12:1-2
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ A Passionate Sermon Part II ”
Thus, we are called to continuous repentance, and the Lord God Almighty sanctifies us. As we repent of our worldliness, our great and merciful God through His Son Jesus Christ does a work in us so we may not be Golden Calf worshippers (worldliness), but true worshippers of the living triune God. I am leaving my computer now and will travel home on the subway, but I am going in a spirit of repentance for my worldliness and with the earnest faith that the Lord God Almighty will complete the work in me that He has begun. It is also my intention to burn this sermon onto a few CDs and distribute them as I have with many other of Pastor Doug's sermons during the past few years.

Sermon1/29/09 4:25 PM
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Be Transformed - Romans 12:1-2
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ A Passionate Sermon - Part I ”
Earlier today I was studying the web site of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals. I was struck again, as I have been many times, with their strong emphasis on repenting of our worldliness as Christians. That really gives us something to think about and do, does it not? Later in the day, I felt an insistent call and need to listen to one of Pastor Doug's sermons. I tuned into "Be Transformed," a sermon based on Romans 12:1-2. I sat glued to my desk chair, soaking in every word.Certainly, if you enjoy listening to Pastor Doug's sermons this one ranks among the most passionately delivered. One can hear in the tone as well as the words that the theme of this sermon is one that he cares about with every ounce of energy in him, in every cell in his body. So many points are made they I won't comment on all, but one stands out: namely, it is so easy to look "good" in this dark and fallen world, this evil age. (By the way, how often do you hear preachers refer to our age as an "evil age?" My comment: "the truth will set us free.") The age is so dark that even a little righteousness seems to shine with brilliance. Yet, Pastor Doug stresses that even the "good Christian" is immersed in a life colored and textured and imprinted by worldliness.

Sermon1/2/09 2:24 PM
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“ Excellent Message! ”
Truly an excellent exegisis of this text and an outstanding perspective of what our christianity should be at large, and what our persective should be of the church in particular.

Sermon12/19/08 2:37 AM
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The Love Of God
Jerry Bridges
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“ Great encouragement. ”
Great encouragement from Isaiah 49:14,15 - God will never forget us, will never leave us. We must trust in His promises in His Word, not in our subjective feelings. We can do that by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Sermon12/9/08 7:06 PM
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“ Excellent Sermon! ”
Even the amillennialists among us will agree that this sermon brings out a very interesting and edifying point concerning Israel's future vis-a-vis the Church. God ALWAYS does much greater and wonderfully than we ever could imagine!

Sermon12/9/08 10:29 AM
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Amen! Be sure to hear this wonderful message! Yes, let God's elect church be the church, and let the redeemed of the Lord say so! (The Lord knoweth them that are His!)... This sermon was a comfort for me to hear in these troubled times...(For such a time as this)...I am glad that these inspirational messages are being heard all over the world!

Sermon11/21/08 3:43 PM
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A Call To Confidence - Psalm 108
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Hear This And Be Uplifted! ”
"Deep worship begins with a deep understanding of who He is...." This statement from this sermon resonates with the power of God to comfort and to know the True Source of that comfort. I have felt like a "dry Christian" for about six months now, and especially since the Presidential election results. Today, I returned to my desk at the end of my workday, and determined to listen to a sermon by Pastor Doug. I selected this sermon, and truly The Comforter was guiding me. This sermon will help anyone overcome dryness and a sense of frustration with his or her Christian walk. If you can only spare 15 minutes to listen to part of this sermon, it will be a special time you won't regret.

Sermon10/29/08 2:26 PM
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“ Hallelujah...! ”
Hallelujah! Thank the Lord for the one true Gospel that eternally saves the soul!

Sermon10/29/08 9:46 AM
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Grace, Not Race - Romans 9:1-13
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Great message with a unique title besides! Much truth found here for your listening! He that hath ears to hear, let him hear!

Sermon10/28/08 5:45 PM
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Amen! Be sure to hear this great message from Romans chapter nine!

Sermon10/28/08 5:18 PM
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Amen! Wonderful message! Be sure to hear this one!

Sermon10/28/08 4:18 PM
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God Is For Us - Romans 8:31-39
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Amen! Hear this wonderful message about true biblical Christian assurance from Romans chapter eight! Yes, our eternal salvation is of the Lord!

Sermon9/6/08 7:42 PM
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“ Great Sermon! Deeper Than Deep ”
This is the first of a series on sanctification by Pastor Doug. It should be required listening in seminaries across the land. I took many notes on the first sermon, but the ideas were coming so quickly in the third that I could only sit quietly and give the Lord thanks and praise. At the same time as i was listening to these sermons, I was taking a mini-course on Biblical Counseling and Sanctification at the NY School of the Bible. We used Jay Adams' short volume Growing By Grace as our textbook. I found it to be a good complement reading to go along with the sermon series.

Sermon8/26/08 10:15 AM
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Amen! Great message! It is never "too late" to learn the true gospel, but I sure wish I could have heard good sovereign grace preaching like this 50 years ago!

Sermon8/24/08 12:46 PM
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The Adoption As Sons - Romans 8:15
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Great Sermon! ”
Thank you for these wonderful messages from Romans!

Sermon6/8/08 10:55 PM
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In The Spirit - Romans 8:9-14
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Great Sermon! In The Spirit Comment Part III ”
but they do not see their own odiousness on account of sin; they do not see the hateful nature of sin; a sense of this is given in evangelical humiliation by a discovery of the beauty of God’s holiness and moral perfection….In a legal humiliation men are made sensible that they are little and nothing before the great and terrible God…but they have not an answerable frame of heart, consisting in a disposition to abase themselves, and exalt God alone.” I hope it is not overstating the case to say that this reading was an answered prayer, and that there is a real affinity between what Pastor Doug preached and the explanation of “evangelical humiliation” described in Edwards’ book. It was a great subway ride, and, amazingly, when the guest preacher began preaching he main theme was the need for – you guessed it – a change of perspective. Yet, he didn’t touch on this theme of living in the spirit at all, but stayed with the idea of doing good works by exercising our gift of helps or gift of hospitality. When we come to the communion of the Lord’s Supper, we are called upon to examine ourselves. Do we ask ourselves whether we are advancing in our faith by meeting the behavioral requirements of Christianity, or are we trusting in the spirit in “evangelical humiliation?”

Sermon6/8/08 10:51 PM
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In The Spirit - Romans 8:9-14
Doug VanderMeulen
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“ Great Sermon! In the Spirit Comment Part II ”
I had believed that these rules represented the do’s and don’ts of Christianity. If they are not the means to live in the spirit, what are? For days after listening to this sermon, I pondered the thoughts I heard and prayed to the Lord for greater clarity. Then, on Sunday, June 8, I took Jonathan Edwards’ book Religious Affections with me to read on the subway while my family and I were on the way to church from Brooklyn to Manhattan. I began reading the section entitled, “Gracious affection are attended with evangelical humiliation.” What an incredible piece of writing! At the outset of that section he distinguishes between “a legal and [an] evangelical humiliation.” He says, “The former is what men may be the subjects of, while they are yet in a state of nature…the latter is peculiar to true saints. The former is from the common influence of the Spirit of God, assisting natural principles and especially natural conscience; the latter is from the special influences of the Spirit of God, implanting and exercising supernatural and divine principles:…In the former, a sense of the awful greatness and natural perfections of God, and of the strictness of His law, convinces men that they are exceeding guilty and exposed to the wrath of God…

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