I see your point. Your point is well taken. Particularly that is fosters a sense of "false" conversion for the one baptized as an infant and those surrounding him ie. parents and other church members. I believe you've change my position on infant baptism, not only that it's wrong but that it's consequences are far reaching and eroding for all parties involved. Thank you Pastor. Thank you Father, Son and Spirit for the Spirit of Adoption wouldn't exchange it for the Universe.
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon! The decency code was called the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. People who grew up in the 1960s and 1970s may recall the N.A.B.'s Seal of Good Practice. The Code also prohibited displays of actress' navels, such as Mary Ann (from Gilligan's Island) wearing a bikini or Jeannie (from I Dream of Jeannie) wearing harem pants. Modesty is always in style.
I have to agree with everything you've said. My son a Christian used to go to AA meetings. He refused to say at the beginning up every meeting. Hello my name is Todd and I'm an alcoholic. He would also refer to his higher power as Jesus. This didn't make him very popular. I for a time attended Alanon. I would think boy if the Christian churc was a devoted to church as these folks are that woud be awesome. Loved your article.
AMEN AMEN AMEN! I was so blessed & convicted by this message. I pray that many, many people will listen. Thank you for your faithfulness in preaching and to the Word of God. I'd be hard-pressed not to be saying "AMEN" many times if I were in your congregation!
Great Sermon! Thank you for this faithful message! There really is no safer place in all the universe than in the hand of such an almighty, sovereign, and holy God.
All that the Father giveth me shall come to me; and him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out.
Rejoice in the LORD, ye righteous; and give thanks at the remembrance of his holiness.