Great observations. Willie Mullan brings here some very good arguments against an error promoted by N.T. Wright in his book, â€śThe Lord & His Prayerâ€ť, in which he suggests that Christ used Himself the Lordâ€™s Prayer and we must call to our Father along with Jesus. Mullan says that Christ never prayed with His disciples and that the Lordâ€™s Prayer was for His disciples, not the form of His prayers. He was without sin and never had to ask forgiveness for His sins. And that Christ never said â€śOur Fatherâ€ť with His disciples. His relationship with the Father was unique. He was the Son by eternal generation, we are sons through adoption in grace.
Great Sermon! This was so special and wonderful.
Nicholson goes through different points of things that actually happened to him and that God does in His children's lives, to stir them to more purity.
Perhaps it's not the devil tormenting but sin that needs to be surrendered and repented of. I thank God for these types of training sermons.
Great Sermon! While listening I felt the Holy Spirit confirming the truth of what was being preached. It is wonderful to hear someone preach on the filling of the Spirit with first hand experience.
Interesting Sermon! So a Christian can deny his own Christianity to please himself? A seed that never falls into the ground? That is a very scary tack. He implies this is the state of today's Christianity and people who say they are Christians. If a person were not a Christian, although attending church for years, this would be so. On the other hand, no Christian could remain alone [have no works, no life in Christ] if he were a Christian. Right? Self cancel the effect of who he was in Christ? A very dangerous tack. How long could he do so, if he could? Is it a matter of us making a decision to fall into the ground and die after we have seriously decided for Christ?
The Major was an excellent speaker but he could speak over his listeners in his eloquence. This sermon is a superb sermon but you have my reservations.
Great Sermon! I have no means to freely use the great tools to my edification as a Christian nor can I use them to bless my brothers and sisters around me! Brothers/Sisters I beg you for help because your stuff is really GOOD! Yours in our SAVIOR and LORD JESUS The CHRIST, Antonio Emanuel Silva.
Great Book! This is an important DVDâ€™s and was shocked in a happy way, that this is being set up and advertised on SA and I hope one day they will be available here in the UK for Scotland. I miss Dr. Alan Cairns weekly sermons but these gems of (Q&A) Questions & Answers pack are easy to understand for anyone and I use the You Tube copies to share online. I pray these DVD packs are spread like you have done with â€śLet the Bible Speak Radioâ€ť that pack a punch that changed my life and can change others for ever.
Great work of God. An account of the revival in Norther Ireland in the 1920es, under the ministry of W.P Nicholson, followed by short accounts of local revivals in Norway, USA - Wheaton College, China, Ruanda. Conclusion: there were no great revivals between the two World Wars, but there were local revivals.
Great Sermon! Hey G.T!
Good comment on 1 Cor 14:34. One thought on the Galatians passage, though.
When you read the passage in context it is referring to salvation rather than to roles in the church. Here's 3:26-29:
"For you are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus. For all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free man, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. And if you belong to Christ, then you are Abraham's descendants, heirs according to the promise."
The next chapter continues to speak of being heirs/sons of God.
This is a huge subject and this a short response, but I hope it helps clarify what that passage is speaking on :)
Great privilege. A message about the new dispensation in which Christ is at the Father. The Christians has the privilege to go directly before the throne of God with their petitions, based of Christ's death for their sins.