Great Sermon! This sermon carefully explains many topics from salvation to a proper understanding of baptism - what it is and what it is for, the importance of strict doctrine and more. I recommend this sermon to everyone.
Great Sermon! This is an excellent sermon, with bits of New Testament promises from Romans, and other books. It is a teaching we should share confidently with the church today. Also it is a good view of the book of Hebrews that shows this book also teaches well our eternal inheritance in Jesus Christ.
Great Sermon! I also agree..and disagree. In music, there is a spirit behind it. The Spirit of God will exalt Jesus Christ. The spirit of satan will bring ridicule and degradation to His name. Much of contemporary praise/worship exalts the Lord Jesus Christ. Yes, it stirs the emotions, FOR Christ, not against Christ. If worship has no emotions, such as joy, thankfullness, and being in the presence of God, it's just dead, religious songs. God was and IS an emotional God. It's all the through the Old Testament, and the New Testament. Jesus Himself showed many emotions, from anger, joy, sadness, etc. To worship Him in "Spirit and in Truth". You must find the key to doing that, then maybe the spirit of criticism on what God is doing will fade away.
Great Sermon! I've listened to this sermon several times. Thank God there are still men such as Brother Cloud (though few) who stand firm on God's Word. I think many forget Faith in God's Word is our guide and not man's opinion. Romans 4:3 "For what saith the scripture?"
Great Sermon! I've listen to this sermon several times,
What a delight to know there are men like Brother Cloud who continually stand faithful to the Word of God.
They may be few, but thank God for them.
Great Sermon! With all the negative things being said about Christianity, we all can use a message like this to restore our faith in God's word. Thank you Bro Cloud for giving such an edifying sermon. May God continue to bless you and your ministry.
Thank you for telling the truth. I have spent many years studying and playing all kinds of music, but not anymore. After being in the so called Christian rock scene, and playing so called Christian contemporary, and different types of denominational church music, I have seen firsthand the worship of wicked worldly music by wicked worldly people in these circles. I was one of these people. I have repented of my sin, and thank God for the convicting power of His Holy Spirit. I never again what to be apart of spreading this evil. This southern gospel music that has been a form of entertainment is no different than any type of secular music. It is more dangerous, I would say, since people think it has a "Christian" label. I grew up in the south and have heard these gospel groups all of my life. I have heard stories of how some of these people lived. One guy told me he got out of it because of the wicked lifestyle of the guys in some of the groups he traveled with. I have witnessed smoking, drinking, drugs, and other wicked worldly acts in all types of so called Christian music. Think you Brother Cloud for telling the truth.
Tremenda exposicion de Apocalipsis 17:1-8 El gran valor de esta predica radica en el tono y la actitud tan apropiada con que el hermano David aborda un tema tan lleno de tabues en Latinoamerica. Fundamentandose en la Biblia, utilizando evidencia historica y haciendo un llamado espiritual a separarse de la idolatria este sermon se convierte en una de las mejores herramientas que he conocido para detener el ecumenismo y predicar la gracia de Cristo. Oren por el ministerio de este siervo de Dios.
Great Sermon! The video and sermon were enlightening and showed how we, even as evangelicals can be decieved. We really need to find Bible Preaching churches which are not afraid to teach the Truth!
Valuable Sermon! We agree with Bro. Cloud that one would have to be blind to not see that the Woman of Revelation 17 is the RCC. This is an outstanding, well researched and documented message. It is scriptural, and it is high time to awake out of sleep, separate ourselves unto God, and obey His Word. We also thank God for someone who is not afraid to name names of those who are compromising the truth of God's Word. Now if only we had a good church to attend...
Excellent presentation This is an excellent video presentation. The pictures shown are very helpful and revealing. That's the clearest and most forward teaching on Revelation 17 I have heard and seen so far. I hope Brother Cloud will put more of his lectures into video format on this website.
Great Sermon! I appreciate this man of God. He has a heart for the truth. So few today do. And he is not afraid to name names. Praise God for men like Dr. Cloud. I wish there were more current sermons as well. He brings out the simplicity of the Gospel Truth. Understanding it in context, along with study and prayer, is a necessity.
Warnings I agree with some things and completely disagree with others. I would contend that the greatest thing lacking in the lives of God's people in the church today is having an accurate view of God. When is the last time you stepped out on a Sunday morning and were in AWE of Christ. We don't just worship Sunday. Worship begins at home Monday morning and it culminates on Sunday. It is God we worship and we must worship Him in Spirit and in Truth (John 15). We are all over the later but to the expense of the former? Please Lord let it no be so. You can argue all you want about style, but the real question is are we worshipping Him in Spirit and in Truth. Fundamentally, whether a song is a chorus, a hymn, or a new song (God loves that...I think that is in the Bible somewhere) it has to be theologically sound otherwise get rid of it. Secondly, is it horizontal or vertical. What I mean by that is do the Words ascribe worth to God (Real Worship) or is it simply worshipful (less about Him more about me). I am bigtime into Words that ascribe Worth to God. Lastly, does the style compete with the content. That would be bad too! That is it. Every Sunday my heart is to encounter the living Christ & not man. Isaiah 66:2 humble, contrite spirits, and trembling at His Word draws Him
King James Version - Sermon I encourage you to visit this site and review some of the statements made in your sermon. The Geneva Bible holds the honor of being the first Bible taken to America, and the Bible of the Puritans and Pilgrims. It is truly the ‚ÄúBible of the Protestant Reformation.‚ÄĚ. Also the Geneva Bible and the earliest King James Bible included the 14 books of "The Apocrypha" which I assume you do not endorse.
Great Sermon! Thank you Brother Cloud for contending for the faith which was once delivered unto the saints! I agree 100% in that we must obey the Word of God and make it our only standard in faith and practice. So sad that many today let the world determine what obedience to God truly is! Way of Life Literature has been a blessing for my wife and I and we really enjoy your Friday Church News! God bless you Brother!
Great Sermon! I grew up with Rock and Roll. It was, the and still is at times, very hard to steer clear of. It pervades all we do. Tv, sporting events, doctors office, restarants and now church. Cleaning up Baal does not make it an item to worship with.
My mother hated rock and still does , though her stance, because of rock's pervasiveness, has mellowed as has most of societies. But because we have become accostommed to this music , does not make it ok. I remembeer my mother saying that the music made her nervous. She said she felt like it was trying to invade her self control.. Just as one imbibes much liquor because they enjoy the effect , so it is with music. We listen to it because we like the "intoxication", though it is more subtle than drink. But is it? Just as love of intoxication usually sneaks up on you, so does the beat of music.
I used to distain hip- hop, but once I became accustommed to it , I actually started to like it.Now that I have given all this over to the Lord, it has actually become easier to stay away. Not easy , grant you , but easier.
If we are in any doubt after listening to this , then just maybe , we should avoid it to be on the safe side.Isn't our God worth the risk?