Great Sermon! I learnt a lot from this sermon/ teaching. A description of the difference between being led by the spirit compared to being driven by the devil. Very practical helpful teaching thank you.
Great Sermon! This Preacher is a blessing. His teaching: Ungodly Rulers is my favorite, as he reads each states requirements for their leaders. The only isuue I have is his teaching about Gods written law. I am of the belief that the old covenant was replaced by the new covenant. Now that the law is written on our heart, keeping the law is the fruit of our salvation instead of a requirement (works) of our salvation.
An interesting teaching preached assertively! It is indeed a privilege and an honor to sit at the Lord's feet and enjoy his love in our hearts, for nothing else will do.
I love this sermon.
Every word was edifying.
Great Sermon! I want to know when you say the South will rise again, is that only the original South or will that include the midwest from North Dakota all the way down to Texas? Many states are standing against Obamanation and refusing Obamacare and hopefully they will stick to their guns and not allow them to bully them. We will be stronger in the numbers and who hold God, guns and the constitution.
Insightful Sermon! Thank you so much for this insightful sermon. It really penetrates why our nation is declining so fast. I never realized how much God told us that we should uphold the Truth of God and not accept false religons in our country.
Really good sermon! Pastor John really explained State sovereignty well. And, the Civil War was not about slavery, as our modern
"historians" would have us believe. The Civil War was about the South rising up against the Tyranny that was (and is still) the Federal Government. The United States are States first, and then we're the United States, not the other way around. The States made the United States and not vice-versa.
Thanks, Pastor John!
Great Sermon! I enjoyed this wonderful study on tithing.
Yes God is sovereign.He is the great king.
He owns everything and deserves our best.I have nothing i can call my own except my sin.I rejoice in every good thing he has given me.
A message for all Americans today Excellent and insightful as always. It's amazing today how the states are part of the problem and actually throw their citizens to the dogs or, in this case, to the feds. We as Christians need to wake up and reinstate these historical and biblical truths.
By the way, J. Mendez, you should check out John Weaver's "Where We Are and How We Got Here" series. Slavery is not inherently evil, contrary to popular belief. It can be abused, of course, just like anything else in life. Slavery IS biblical. Denying this is admission to ignorance of the Bible. What's more is that I would say that the South was about the least of the guilty parties for slavery in America. Just check out his messages on these issues. (Also, check out: "The Confederate Flag: A Symbol of Hate?")
Excellent Excellent message, Rev. Weaver. This sermon (along with "Biblical Methods of Dealing with Tyranny") is exactly what believers in our country need to here. I'm not technically a Southerner, but all of my wife's family is in the South, and htat is where my loyalties lie. The only hope for this country is awakening, starting with those in the church. Thank you for sharing this message.
(I also made a transcript of this message because I felt it was so important, but I didn't know I couldn't add it to this page myself. If someone else can do this, I could figure out a way to get it to them.)
With Luke 18 in view. Luke 18
10 "Two men went up into the temple to pray, one a Pharisee and the other a tax collector.
11 The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, `God, I thank thee that I am not like other men, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even like this tax collector.
12 I fast twice a week, I give tithes of all that I get.'
13 But the tax collector, standing far off, would not even lift up his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying, `God, be merciful to me a sinner!'
14 I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other; for every one who exalts himself will be humbled, but he who humbles himself will be exalted."